Directed by Meenu gaur, two-part murder mystery Murder is Easy dropped its trailer on December 6. Starring David Jonnson, Penelope Wilton, and Sinead Matthews, the show will drop right after Christmas
Murder is Easy
Murder is Easy is the latest Agatha Christie-adaptation that is being brought by Mammoth Screen, Agatha Christie Limited, BBC, and BritBox International, December 27, 2023, onward. Directed by Meenu Gaur, adapted for the screen by Siân Ejiwunmi-Le Berre, and produced by Karen Kelly, Murder is Easy promises to be a wonder-ride for all crime aficionados.
The trailer of Murder is Easy does well to trace the authentic Christie plot of the titular novel. Detective Fitzwilliam meets a woman, Mrs. Pinketon, on her way to Scotland Yard. A friendly lady, she was on her way to complain about the murders in her town which do not worry the other inhabitants much, but she thinks that a killer is on the loose. However, things take a strange turn when Mrs. Pinkerton dies on the journey and Fitzwilliam smells a fish.
Arriving at the lady’s village, the sleepy village of Wynchwood, under Ashe, Fitzwilliam discovers he is unwelcome in the tightly knit community of the small rustic habitation. But old habits die hard for the detective when he realizes things are not as simple as they seem and that a seasoned killer lurks within the quaint inhabitants. Now it is upon Fitzwilliam to prevent further deaths as well as gory murders committed by a killer.
Releasing as a two-part murder thriller, Murder is Easy will cheer your post-Christmas blues on December 27 and 28, by arriving on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. The project stars Rye Lane’s David Jonsson as Luke Fitzwilliam, Penelope Wilton of Downtown Abbey as Miss Pinkerton, Sinead Matthews as Miss Waynflete, and Morfydd Clark as Bridget.
Murder is Easy also stars Tom Riley as Lord Whitfield, Douglas Henshall as Major Horton, Matthew Baynton as Dr. Thomas, Mark Bonnar as Reverend Humbleby, Nimra Bucha as Mrs. Humbleby, Tamzin Outhwaite as Mrs. Pierce, Kathryn Howden as Mrs. Carter, Jon Pointing as Rivers, Demmy Ladipo as Jimmy Amaike, Gloria Obianyo as Ngozi Ude, and Phoebe Licorish as Rose.