All posts tagged 'BBC One'

First Image: BBC One’s Surveillance Thriller ‘The Capture’

BBC One has released a first look image from their upcoming six episode surveillance thriller The Capture, starring Holliday Grainger (Strike) and Callum Turner (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald)

Glenda Jackson To Star In BBC One’s ‘Elizabeth Is Missing’ Adaptation

Glenda Jackson (Women in Love, Elizabeth R) has been set as the lead in Elizabeth Is Missing, BBC One's feature-length adaptation of Emma Healey’s novel. This marks Glenda Jackson's first on-screen acting job since she retired from politics in 2015 and her first TV role since the 1990s.

BBC One Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘London Kills’

Acorn TV’s British drama series London Kills will receive its UK premiere on Monday June 24th at 1:45pm and will continue to air daily in the same time slot through to the season one finale on Friday June 28th.

‘King Gary’ Picked Up To Series At BBC One

After piloting the project as part of their Comedy Playhouse strand this past December, BBC One has picked up King Gary to series with a six episode order. Production on the first season gets underway this weekend ahead of a 2020 premiere.

BBC One Sets ‘The Pale Horse’ As Next Agatha Christie Adaptation

BBC One has set The Pale Horse as their next Agatha Christie adaptation. It follows in the footsteps of previous adaptations And Then There Were None, The Witness For The ProsecutionOrdeal By Innocence and The ABC Murders.

BBC One Orders New ‘Worzel Gummidge’ Adaptation, Mackenzie Crook To Star

The BBC is bringing back Worzel Gummidge. BBC One has ordered a new adaptation of the classic books by Barbara Euphan, with Pirates Of The Caribbean's Mackenzie Crook attached to star in the titular role. This new adaptation has received an order for two episodes.

BBC One & BBC Three Set UK Premiere Date For ‘Killing Eve’ Season 2

The second season of Killing Eve will receive its UK premiere on BBC One on Saturday June 8th at 9:15pm, it has been announced. Following the broadcast of the season premiere on BBC One, all eight season two episodes will be made available to stream on BBC Three (via BBC iPlayer). The series will also continue to air in its Saturday slot on BBC One.