BBC One has unveiled the first trailer for their three-part drama Remember Me, which debuts on Sunday November 23rd at 9pm.
Penned by Gwyneth Hughes, Remember Me is a mystery which tells the story of old Yorkshireman Tom Parfitt who leaves his own home to move into residential care and becomes the sole witness to a violent death. His teenage care assistant Hannah and investigating police detective Rob Fairholme, try to unravel the riddle of his mysterious history, and are drawn into an eerie and dangerous world of lost love and betrayal.
The drama, produced by Endeavour indie Mammoth Screen, is being toplined by Michael Palin – marking the first time that the veteran actor has headed a BBC drama in more than two decades – and also stars Jodie Comer (My Mad Fat Diary), Mark Addy (Atlantis), Julia Sawalha (Larkrise To Candleford) and Mina Anwar (The Thin Blue Line). It was directed by Ashley Pearce and executive produced by Polly Hill, Gwyneth Hughes, Rebecca Keane and Damien Timmer.
Watch the trailer below: