Composer Rolfe Kent (SidewaysAbout Schmidt, Election, Up in the AirWedding Crashers, Mean GirlsFreaky Friday) is reuniting with writer/producer/director Jon S. Baird on the new ITV/BritBox limited series Stonehouse. The show is written by John Preston (A Very English Scandal), directed by Baird (Filth) and stars Matthew Macfadyen, Keeley Hawes, Kevin R. McNally and Emer Heatley. The 3-part drama chronicles the rise and fall of MP John Stonehouse, a high-flying member of Harold Wilson’s Labour government and a seemingly devoted family man, whose perfect life spirals out of control in the early 1970s amid rumors of fraud and espionage. Baird, Preston & Macfayden also executive producing the project with Neil Blair, Ruth Kenley-Letts (Mrs. Wilson, The Midwich Cuckoos), Ellie Wood, Polly Hill (The Missing, Sanditon) and Diederick Santer (Grantchester, Deadwater Fell). Kent has previously collaborated with Baird on the 2018 feature Stan & Ollie. Stonehouse will premiere in the UK in January on ITV on January 2, 2023 and will make its U.S. debut on January 17 on BritBox.