WATCH: Prison built in Glasgow's Kelvinhall for new STV drama Screw commissioned by Channel 4
The timelapse video shows builders and decorators carrying out extensive work to create the ambitious and detailed three-storey set where the new six-part drama was shot.
Screw, by BAFTA nominated writer Rob Williams (The Victim, Killing Eve) follows the uncensored, shocking and darkly funny reality of life as a prison officer in an all-male prison in 21st century Britain and was initially aired on Channel 4 on Thursday night.
The drama stars actor Nina Sosanya, who has starred in His Dark Materials and Killing Eve) as well as Jamie-Lee O’Donnell known for her role in Derry GirlsScrew airs on Channel 4 and All 4 in January 2022.
Rob Williams, writer and creator said: “SCREW is a real passion for me; I’ve wanted to write about prisons ever since teaching in that environment in a former life. I’ve maintained close links since then and the idea has grown.
"After the experience of working with Sarah Brown and her team at STV Studios on The Victim, I wouldn’t want to pursue a project that means so much to me with anybody else.
"I feel very lucky to be working with Channel 4 on the show and I can’t wait to introduce the world of SCREW to as wide an audience as possible.”
The series continues on Channel 4 at 9pm on Friday night.