BBC One’s six episode Agatha Christie series Partners In Crime will premiere on Sunday July 26th at 9pm, it has been announced.
Based on the characters created by Agatha Christie, Partners In Crime is set in 1950s England and follows married couple Tommy (David Walliams) and Tuppence (Jessica Raine) as they stumble into a world of undercover agents, mysterious evil masterminds and diabolical political conspiracy. The series will be available to stream on Acorn from early September, shortly after it starts airing on the BBC in the UK.
Partners In Crime, which was originally commissioned back in February 2014 as part of a deal which saw the BBC become the exclusive UK home for new Agatha Christie projects, was penned by Zinnie Harris and Claire Wilson, with the six episodes being adapted from the Christie novels The Secret Adversary and N Or M? Endor Productions is producing in association with Acorn Productions, with Hilary Bevan Jones, David Walliams, Hilary Strong, Mathew Prichard and Matthew Read serving as executive producers. Edward Hall is the director.
TVWise’s UK Premiere Dates page has been updated with this new information.