AGATHA CHRISTIE'S PARTNERS IN CRIME - Crime/Drama - Agatha Christie's crime-fighting duo, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, solve mysteries and search for enemy spies in 1950s Britain.
Thursday 9pm beginning March 23rd
Packed with period atmosphere and playful banter, Partners in Crime follows Tommy and Tuppence Beresford as they mix marriage and mystery solving. As proprietors of Blunt’s Detective Agency, the flirtatious and fun-loving couple investigates cases that range from a purloined pearl to the disappearance of an Arctic explorer’s fiancée.
David Walliams (Little Britain) and Jessica Raine (Call the Midwife) are the endearing pair whose quiet lives are changed by a chance encounter on a Paris train. He’s more cautious and a bit of a klutz; she’s curious, quick-witted, and daring. In The Secret Adversary, they search for a missing woman and a recording that could unmask a Soviet hit man. In N or M? they must discover which person at a seaside guesthouse has stolen a nuclear bomb. Each is a thrilling adventure laced with humor, international espionage, visual flair, and stylish period details.
THE SECRET ADVERSARY: (3 parts)
PART 1 - March 23rd at 9pm
Tommy and Tuppence have a chance encounter on a train with an agitated young woman who suddenly disappears and never returns to her seat.
PART 2 - March 30th at 9pm
Tommy and Tuppence go undercover; he as a member of Brown's gang and she as a maid to a potential suspect.
PART 3 - April 6th at 9pm
The Beresfords' search for Jane Finn comes to a close as they finally uncover the identity of Mr. Brown.
Jessica Raine is luminous as high-spirited Tuppence, elegantly attired in fabulous 1920s fashion, and David Walliams charms as dry-witted and dapper Tommy. These 11 mysteries follow the pair from their first meeting through their final cases.
- The Secret Adversary
- The Affair of the Pink Pearl
- The House of Lurking Death
- The Sunningdale Mystery
- The Clergyman’s Daughter
- Finessing the King
- The Ambassador’s Boots
- The Man in the Mist
- The Unbreakable Alibi
- The Case of the Missing Lady
- The Crackler