滑鐵盧之路》是由Rope Ladder Fiction和Wall to Wall North聯合製作，由BBC製作。執行製片人是Rope Ladder Fiction的Cameron Roach，以及BBC的Gaynor Holmes和Jo McClellan。
滑鐵盧之路 "的曼徹斯特基地強調了BBC在英國各地製作更多節目的承諾，提高英格蘭北部的戲劇製作技能，並幫助重塑BBC戲劇，以更好地反映和服務全國各地。自從在大曼徹斯特重新開始製作回歸系列以來，滑鐵盧之路製作培訓生計劃的20名培訓生已經完成了為期六個月的實習，涉及10個技能領域。在 "牆對牆 "和 "繩梯小說 "團隊的領導下，在曼徹斯特銀幕和曼徹斯特家園的支持下，這個實踐計劃為下一代的人才提供初級角色的培訓。
Fans have today been treated to a glimpse of the new upcoming drama as a set of first-look images of cast members have been released, introducing the new series and offering insight as to what is to come.
As a new school year begins, a peaceful protest turns into a school riot and the events of the day will have huge ramifications for everyone involved.
Across the term, Waterloo Road’s teachers and parents are going to have to learn on their feet as they try to navigate the ever changing social landscape - from teen homelessness to the cost of living, being LGBTQ+, racism, sexism, mental health and everything else facing young teens today.
Amongst the chaos, the students, faculty and parents still make time for friendships, fun, and a few romances. The pupils have a lot to contend with this term, but they will learn to lean on one another to survive the year and try to stay out of detention as much as possible.
Riots, scandals, fractured families and challenging kids – for Headteacher Kim Campbell (Angela Griffin) and her team, fire-fighting is a way of life. Who said education was easy?
Waterloo Road is a Rope Ladder Fiction and Wall to Wall North co-production for the BBC. The executive producers are Cameron Roach for Rope Ladder Fiction, and Gaynor Holmes and Jo McClellan for the BBC.
Waterloo Road’s Manchester base underlines the BBC’s commitment to make more programmes across the UK, boosting drama production skills in the North of England and helping to reshape BBC drama to better reflect and serve all parts of the country. Since production restarted in Greater Manchester for the returning series, twenty trainees on the Waterloo Road production trainee scheme have completed six-month placements across ten skill areas. Led by the teams at Wall to Wall and Rope Ladder Fiction and with the support of Screen Manchester and HOME Manchester, the hands-on scheme provides training in junior roles for the next generation of talent.