The ninth season of ITV’s drama series Foyle’s War will premiere on Sunday January 4th at 8pm, it has been announced.
Crated by Anthony Horowitz, Foyle’s War follows Foyle, now a senior intelligence officer, focusing his attention on the world of espionage as he gathers secret intelligence in support of Britain’s security, defence and the Government’s foreign and economic policies. The drama series is produced for ITV and Acorn Productions by Eleventh Hour Films & stars Michael Kitchen and Honeysuckle Weeks. Guest stars for the new run of episodes include John Mahoney (Frasier), Richard Lintern (Silent Witness), Nigel Lindsay (Four Lions) and Jaime Winstone (Mad Dogs).
The show’s ninth season, which was directed by Stuart Orme and Andy Hay, will explore the world of the American and German businesses that were accused of fuelling Hitler’s War Machine and will reflect on the tangled web of promises to the Jews to create a state of Israel in British Palestine. The major blight of post war Britain, the Black Market, will be focused on as will some of the darkest secrets from operations conducted by the British Special Operations Executive during WW2,
TVWise’s UK Premiere Dates page has been updated with this new information.