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BBC's new Agatha Christie series Murder Is Easy gets first-look trailer

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Murder Is Easy, the BBC's latest Agatha Christie adaptation, is on its way to screens this Christmas.

Set to premiere on December 27, a teaser trailer has been released for the two-part miniseries to give viewers a flavour of what to expect.

The action kicks off on a train to London where protagonist Fitzwilliam (Rye Lane's David Jonsson) meets Miss Pinkerton (Penelope Wilton).

Wilton's character has an unusual request for Fitzwilliam, asking what time Scotland Yard closes. When her fellow passenger seems puzzled, Miss Pinkerton reveals she's on her way to report a murderer is on the loose in the English village of Wychwood under Ashe.

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Alas, she will never make it to the police station as her journey comes to an untimely end when she's found dead shortly afterwards.

Compelled to investigate and see this mystery through, Fitzwilliam heads to Wychwood under Ashe, where he meets an array of residents who may have a few reasons not to welcome curious visitors.

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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power's Morfydd Clark also stars in Murder Is Easy as Bridget, along with DaVinci's Demons star Tom Riley as Lord Whitfield and former Shetland star Douglas Henshall as Major Horton.

They're joined by Ghosts star Matthew Baynton as Dr Thomas, Mark Bonnar as Reverend Humbleby, Nimra Bucha as Mrs Humbleby, Phoebe Licorish as Rose Humbleby, and Tamzin Outhwaite as Mrs Pierce.

Murder Is Easy is based on Agatha Christie's 1939 novel. The thriller series has been adapted by Siân Ejiwunmi-Le Berre and directed by Meenu Gaur (Zinda Bhaag, World on Fire).

Murder Is Easy premieres on BBC One at 9pm on December 27, with episode two airing on December 28. The series will become available to stream on BBC iPlayer from 6am on December 27.


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