‘The Musketeers’ star leads cast of J.K. Rowling’s new BBC One drama

Tom Burke has been cast as Cormoran Strike in BBC One’s major new series based on J.K. Rowling’s crime novels. The Cuckoo’s Calling, The Silkworm and Career Of Evil, which were written under Rowling’s pseudonym, Robert Galbraith, will be produced as three separate event dramas. The seven episodes – one 3-part story and two 2-part stories – will begin filming in London … >

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‘Silent Witness’ star Emilia Fox joins second season of ‘The Tunnel’

Emilia Fox, Clarke Peters, Paul Schneider and William Ash have joined the cast of The Tunnel: Sabotage. Based on the Danish/Swedish crime series The Bridge, The Tunnel launched on Sky Atlantic in October 2013. > Buy Season 1 on DVD on Amazon. The Anglo-French drama’s second season, previously titled The Tunnel 2: Debris, re-unites Game … >

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JK Rowling bringing ‘The Cormoran Strike Mysteries’ to BBC One

BBC One has announced new adaptations of Robert Galbraith’s best-selling novels The Cuckoo’s Calling and The Silkworm. From the makers of The Casual Vacancy, the series is set in modern London and will bring “one of the most memorable detective duos of modern times” to television. The Cormoran Strike Mysteries will be executive produced by … >

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Sky Atlantic orders second season of ‘The Tunnel’

A second season of The Tunnel will begin filming in the UK and France next month. Based on the Danish/Swedish crime series The Bridge, The Tunnel launched on Sky Atlantic in October 2013. > Buy Season 1 on DVD on Amazon. The Tunnel 2: Debris will re-unite Game of Thrones star Stephen Dillane and Clémence … >

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‘The Tunnel’ Episode 9 review

About halfway into Episode 9 of The Tunnel our reviewing notes on the episode just stopped. No, we hadn’t hit our drinking-grade Boîte de Vin earlier than usual and passed out. We were so wrapped up in hoping that Laura Roebuck wasn’t smithereened into a fine red mist that we forgot we had hands. Good grief, that was tense. That was bloody tense.

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‘The Tunnel’ Episode 8 review

It’s Episode 8 of this ten-part cross-country endurance murderthon and finally we can start to see the light at the end of The Tunnel. It’s about time. We’ve been stumbling around in the dark for what feels like ages.

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