John Malkovich is on the case: Agatha Christie is The ABC Murders, starring to the two-time Academy Award nominee as the famous literary detective Hercule Poirot, will debut stateide on Friday, February 1 at Amazon Prime Video.
The three-part limited series is set in 1933 and follows Poirot as he examines a killer known as ABC who travels the length and breadth of Britain via the rail network. The ABC Murders, also with Harry Potter alum Rupert Grint, is the second of three Agatha Christie adaptations on streamer print. (Ordeal at Innocence, starring Bill Nighy, debuted in August.)
Press PLAY below to see a trailer for the murder mystery:
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* Fox's new song contest The masked singer (prizes Wednesday January 2 at 9 / 8c) announced that Joel McHale (Community), J.B. Smoove (Limit your enthusiasm) and Kenan Thompson (Saturday Night Live) will be converted as guest staff along with the regular Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger.
* The concert special Aretha! A Grammy party for the Queen of the Soul, hosted by Tyler Perry, will be lost January 13 at Los Angeles & Shrine Audition and broadcast later in 2019 at CBS.
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