To celebrate Alibi's UKTV Original hit series Annika, upcoming thriller Ragdoll and the return of hit drama's Traces and We Hunt Together, the channel has launched its very own virtual Alibi Escape Room. Offering fans the chance to escape into their very own adventure, the Alibi Escape Room launches online today here: http://alibiescaperoom.tv/.
The Alibi Escape Room was originally created in London's Soho exclusively for Sky VIP customers over a weekend in October and is now available as a virtual journey wherever you are. The UKTV communications team worked closely with marketing agency Experience 12 to create a bespoke experience that brings Alibi to life in the real world.
Annika, from Black Camel Productions is available to catch up on Sky and Virgin. Ragdoll from Sid Gentle, airs from 6th December. Second series of Traces from Red Production Company, and We Hunt Together, produced by BBC Studios will air on Alibi next year.
For more information, please contact: Gem Pinkney, Head of Consumer Comms
Notes for Editors:
Sky 132/826, Virgin 126/200, TalkTalk 312, TV Player On demand on Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk
Alibi is the only TV channel in the UK dedicated to crime drama, investigating the best selection from the genre and premiering hit series from around the world such as Harrow, Waco and I Am The Night. Alibi stepped into UKTV Original crime drama series with guaranteed thrills, twists and turns including last year's hit Traces, starring Molly Windsor and Martin Compston and We Hunt Together following this year.
Now in its 13th series, Murdoch Mysteries has found a safe space on the channel while some of British TV's best-known detectives, including Miss Marple, enjoy a trip down memory lane. Hit British crime dramas including Death in Paradise, Father Brown and Silent Witness give the viewers another chance to catch their favourite shows.
UKTV has been at the forefront of branded television for over 25 years, entertaining the nation with programmes they love. Its leading brands - Dave, Gold, W, Drama, Alibi, Eden and Yesterday - span comedy, entertainment, natural history, factual and scripted drama, and are delivered to audiences through UKTV Play, Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, TalkTalk, YouView, Freesat and Amazon Fire. The broadcaster is a significant investor in British creativity and is committed to working with new and established writers, directors and programme-makers.
UKTV is part of BBC Studios, the UK's most-awarded production company, a world-class distributor with international branded services, and a commercial subsidiary of the world's leading public service broadcaster, the BBC.