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This series was created in paid partnership with Prime Video.
The A Very British Scandal creators and cast go on a journey back to Great Britain in the ’50s & ’60s, the backdrop for the series, in the final episode of The Hollywood Reporter and Prime Video’s Sex, Lies & Photographs: Making A Very British Scandal.
The series’ creators — executive producer and writer Sarah Phelps, director Anne Sewitsky, production designer Christina Moore, costume designer Ian Fulcher, and hair and makeup designer Catherine Scoble — as well as stars Claire Foy and Paul Bettany, discuss how they recreated the elegant and aristocratic world of 1950s Great Britain, and reveal the never-before-heard tidbits about the real story that inspired their creative vision.
Sex, Lies & Photographs is a three-part video series from The Hollywood Reporter and Prime Video that examines the stranger-than-fiction story behind the Duke and Duchess of Argyll’s salacious scandal from a modern lens. The team shares behind-the-scenes production stories while analyzing its strikingly relevant themes.
Watch the full episode above, and catch up by watching Episode 1 and Episode 2.
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