giovannif7 December 27, 2015 Share December 27, 2015 (edited) BBC is offering a new 3-part miniseries adaptation of the famous Agatha Christie novel. The cast includes Aidan Turner (Poldark, Being Human UK) as Philip Lombard, Toby Stephens (Black Sails, Cambridge Spies) as Dr. Armstrong, Miranda Richardson (Mapp & Lucia, Parade's End) as Emily Brent, Charles Dance (Game Of Thrones, Jewel In The Crown) as Judge Wargrave, Sam Neil (Peaky Blinders, Reilly: Ace Of Spies) as General MacArthur and Burn Gorman (Torchwood, The Hour) as William Blore. For the uninitiated, it's a classic period (set in 1939 for this adaptation) murder mystery involving ten disparate people invited to an isolated location under false pretenses. Once the true reason for their presence is revealed, the deaths begin - leaving those remaining to try to identify who's responsible and stop the carnage. The first episode aired on BBC One on Saturday, Dec. 26. Part 2 is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 27, and the conclusion on Monday, Dec. 28th. Based on the first episode, I have high hopes that this will be an entertaining and very faithful adaptation of the book. Edited December 27, 2015 by giovannif7 Link to comment
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