Wednesday, November 7, 2018

1ST BEECHAM HOUSE INDIA SET EPIC TV SERIES PHOTOS WITH TOM BATEMAN, LEO SUTER! DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES BBC EPIC SERIES TRAILER WITH JAMIE DORNAN, MATTHEW RHYS

  1ST 'BEECHAM HOUSE'
PHOTOS FROM INDIA SET SAGA
The first photos are in from ITV's upcoming new historical saga BEECHAM HOUSE which will air sometime next year starring Tom Bateman as a handsome and soulful former soldier, John Beecham, who has acquired the
Tom Bateman leads the cast in the India set TV series
Delhi house to start a new life for his family and a business as a trader. Wealthy and distinguished, John has witnessed profiteering and exploitation
Beecham House will air sometime next year in six episodes
during his time with the controlling East India Company and appears haunted by his past. Determined to escape that life, he sets his sights on becoming an
Bateman starred in ITV's Vanity Fair and Jekyll and Hyde series
honourable member of the region’s trading community. But in the glorious setting of BEECHAM HOUSE, John’s life remains shrouded in mystery. His arrival provokes gossip amongst the servants and despite filling his residence
Viceroy's House Gurinder Chadha is directing the saga
with relatives and friends, Beecham’s house still has dark corners that crackle with conspiracy and sinister intent. The story also unfolds at a time when the
Hope we can expect tons of exotic sets and costumes!
1,000 year old Mughal rule is over and the British vie with the Maharajas to claim India as their own. The cast also includes Marc Warren, Gregory Fitoussi, Leo Suter and others.

   'DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES'
BBC TV SAGA TRAILER WITH JAMIE DORNAN AND MATTHEW RHYS
Rival BBC has, meanwhile, released the first trailer for their three part mini series DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES which will air later this month on BBC Two!  Set in 1885 it takes place over a desperately tense 24-hour period.
The series is set within just 24 hours!
It’s Beth Winters’ (Ann Skelly) 23rd birthday and also the day she has decided to join the charming Liam Ward (Jamie Dornan) to escape from her limited life and complex relationship with her Protestant landowner
The series will air very soon on BBC Two, possibly end of the month
stepfather Billy (Matthew Rhys). As decades of pain and betrayal finally build to a devastating climax, DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES sees a woman struggling to control her own destiny and will ultimately illuminate tensions that tear both families and nations apart. The trailer does not look too promising! The series starts airing on BBC Two November 28th!

10 comments:

  1. Beecham House looks like an interesting combination of indian exotic setting and british actors. The word 'house' in the title is usually very promising. So much action can happen in a house, especially a rich man's mansion in Delhi!
    I like the photo where the main actor keeps a baby in his arms. Such a cute baby!

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    1. And we don't know whose that baby is :) It is always nice when they have a drama set in India, especially the historical ones.

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  2. Gossip between the servants means someone's up to no good. They may quietly do their work and mainly go unseen, but that doesn't mean they aren't learning a thing or two about the craziness in a household. I'm sure servants have the best stories to tell.

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  3. There's a lot of betrayal about.....

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    1. we ever so miss exotic settings on the telly!

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  5. That's more like it. No capes and no reboots. Just the BBC.

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    1. the good old BBC... I'd need therapy without it and ITV

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