Having already aired Freefall, a drama about the cause and effects of the credit crunch, the BBC has picked up another recession-related show, this time about Lehman Brothers, the bank some blamed for starting it all.
The fictional-based drama, aptly titled Lehman Brothers, takes a look behind the scenes during the last days of the financial firm, now best-known for being the first bank to buckle in the wake of the recession.
Created by The Queen's Sister's Craig Warner, this one-off show follows the story of the executive heads of the company as they battle to save their business. It also features an all-star cast including Law and Order: UK's Ben Daniels and Spooks' Corey Johnson.
Lehman Brothers debuts on BBC Two later this autumn. Will you be watching?