Lifetime have announced a Sunday March 13th premiere date for the acclaimed and dark BBC mini-series adaptation of arguably the most influential and best-selling mystery novel of all time – Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None”.
Charles Dance, Sam Neill, Miranda Richardson, Aidan Turner, Toby Stephens, Noah Taylor, Maeve Dermody, Douglas Booth, Burn Gorman and Anna-Maxwell Martin star in the story of eight guests invited to a remote island manor at the behest of a mysterious Mr. U. N. Owen. All of them, and the two servants on the island, have a guilty secret and soon each gets knocked off one by one – the survivors turning on each other as their number dwindles.
Originally released as three one-hour episodes in the U.K., Lifetime is airing the work instead in two telemovie-length parts on that day and the next night (Monday March 14th). There’s also a new trailer for the U.S. market which you can see below along with the original U.K. trailer: