SURANNE Jones promised viewers lots of "action and thrills" as she shared a behind-the-scenes picture from the Vigil set.
The Doctor Foster star was all smiles as she sat with her lookalike stunt double and praised the work of the new thriller's "brilliant crew".
Fans of the the 42-year-old actress will see her lead cast in new BBC thriller Vigil, tracking a deadly war between the police and military.
The Gentleman Jack favourite plays the role of DCI Amy Silver, who takes control of an investigation into a death onboard a Trident nuclear submarine.
Sharing a snap to her social media page, Suranne could be seen sitting next to her stunt double wearing identical yellow hoodies and green combat trousers.
Paying tribute to those working behind-the-scenes, she captioned the snap: "Stunt teams and brilliant crews are the ones holding our hands and make what gets on screen look pretty awesome…
"This show is a bit of a different beast for me as it’s full of action and thrills💪 here’s me and Racheal Evelyn working at Pinewood today @pinewoodstudios 👌🎥"
Suranne added: "Thank you Pete ❤️ and everyone who guided us #stunts #crews #teamwork #vigil now back to Scotland 🏴 5 weeks to go💪💪💪🎥🎥".
The new crime drama was written by BAFTA-nominated Tom Edge, who also worked on The Crown.
The star-studded cast includes Suranne's former Doctor Foster co-stars Adam James and The Bodyguard's Anjli Mohindra, as well as Line of Duty's Martin Compston.
Endeavour's Shaun Evans takes on the role of Chief Petty Officer Elliot Glover in the three-part series based in Scotland.
The Game of Thrones trio of Rose Leslie, Stephen Dillane and Daniel Portman will also be part of the show.
Ahead of filming, Jones was full of praise for Tom's newest creation, which she says is set in a 'world she knew nothing about'.
Have a fantastic weekend all 🌟🌟🌟
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The former Corrie actress explained: "Tom Edge has created a thrill of a story, set in a world I knew nothing about. The cast and crew World Productions have put together to tell this story is so exciting.
"Amy Silva is a brilliantly complex character, thrown into a highly charged situation where her authority is weakened."
"She added: "We watch as she navigates her own personal trauma and loss, all at a time when she's questioning her relationships and life choices. It feels fresh and relevant and I can't wait to start filming."
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