And Then There Were None


Acorn grows line-up with And Then There Were None

Acorn has added Agatha Christie adaptation And Then There Were None to its electronic-sell-through line-up. Acorn is a US SVOD and EST service programmed with UK and international programming. It is owned by Agatha Christie company RLJ Entertainment, and has now secured the latest Christie adaptation for US download to own. The period detective drama, […]

A+E lays down Roots in Cannes

A+E will give its upcoming drama series Roots its international launch at MIPCOM next week. The period miniseries, about slavery in the US, is a reworking of the iconic 1970s ABC series, which was based on the Alex Haley novel Roots: The Saga of an American Family. The 4x2hrs series, which stars Laurence Fishburne, will […]

Lifetime joins BBC Agatha Christie series

Lifetime has become a coproducer on the upcoming BBC adaptation of Agatha Christie novel And Then There Were None. The three-part show will be produced by ITV-owned prodco Mammoth Screen and Agatha Christie Productions. Set in 1939 England, the murder mystery follows a group of ten strangers lured to a remote island, after which members […]

BBC takes Agatha Christie rights

UK public broadcaster the BBC has won UK rights to Agatha Christie and has announced two new drama adaptations of the famous author’s works. BBC One will air new versions of murder mysteries And Then There Were None and Partners in Crime. Red Arrow-owned UK-based producer Endor will make the six-episode Partners in Crime adaptation […]