Acorn TV's September schedule includes Agatha Christie's 'And There There Were None'

Source: Acorn TV Press Release 



Photo from "And Then There Were None" Photo Source: Acorn TV/BBC

 Acorn TV has many new and exicting things that will be airing like the U.S. premiere of Australia's #1 new drama, "800 Words" and they've secured the exclusive SVOD rights to the recent landmark adatpation of Agatha Christie's "And There There Were None."

So "800 Words" Season 1 will available on Acorn TV on September 5. This #1 drama in Australia is about a recently widowed father, who quits his job as a popular 800-word columnist for a top-selling  Sydney newspaper. He then buys a house in a remote New Zealand seaside town. With all that is happening, his two teenagers, now face an even more uncertain future. The first season has 8 episodes.

An adaptation of Joseph Conrad's classic novel, "The Secret Agent" will be airing on September 12-14. It's 3 episodes long. This is also the U.S. premiere of the show. Toby Jones, Vicky McClure, and Ian Hart all star in this show about terrorism, espionage, and betrayal!

"Capital" will airing on September 19. It's 4 episodes long and is based on John Lanchester's best-selling novel, "Capital." The miniseries stars Toby Jones, Gemma Jones, and Rachael Stirling.

  For those who missed the chance to watch the landmark BBC adaptation of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" can watch the show exclusively on Acorn TV on September 26. It's 3 episodes long. The mini-series stars Aidan Turner, Sam Neill, Charles Dance, Burn Gorman, Anna Maxwell Martin, Miranda Richardson, Maeve Dermondy, Toby Stephens, and Noah Taylor.
 
So Acorn TV adds exclusive new programs every week and they have a deep library of mysteries, dramas, comedies with no set end dates. A lot of shows that they have been previously unavailable to U.S. audiences. Acorn TV offers a free 30-day trial for new subscribers and after that all you pay is $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year.

 

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