Thursday, August 29, 2019

GRIPPING TRAILER FOR BBC EPIC WW2 SERIES WORLD ON FIRE WITH JONAH HAUER KING, SEAN BEAN, LESLEY MANVILLE, HELEN HUNT

      'WORLD ON FIRE' TRAILER 
FOR NEW BBC WW2 TV SERIES
Beside the info that Sky will air its Catherine the Great series from October 3rd (October 21st on HBO), there is another epic treat for you today: first
World on Fire will air sometime this Autumn on BBC One
trailer for BBC One's World War II series WORLD ON FIRE which will air its seven episodes sometime this Autumn and then also on Masterpiece in
Jonah Hauer King takes the lead male role in the series
USA. The emotionally gripping drama will star Jonah Hauer King, Sean Bean, Lesley Manville, Blake Harrison,  Arthur Darvill, Brian J.
The story of the series is set in four different nations
Smith, Max Riemelt, and Helen Hunt. From the siege of Warsaw, to Dunkirk, the fall of Paris and the battle of Britain, the series will be covering the first year of the war spanning four different nations.

WORLD ON FIRE TELLS 
the hidden human stories within the big historical events we think we know. From Harry, a young English translator in Warsaw caught up in negotiations
Sean Bean also stars in the new World War II series
with the Nazis and trying to smuggle his Polish lover Kasia out of the country, to Lois, the girl who is waiting for him at home, a young Mancunian factory
Lesley Manville is no stranger to period set drama series!
worker who will come to take all the opportunities the war can offer to live a different kind of life. To Nancy, a female US war correspondent who can’t find
Julia Brown also stars in the series next to Hauer King
peace unless her life is at risk, to the Rossler family in Berlin, worried for their soldier son and willing to do anything to protect their disabled daughter from the attentions of the ruling Nazi regime. These are the stories of the ordinary
The series covers only the first year of the war
people who shaped our world. Stories of loyalty and brutality, courage and fear, hopes, stories of love and loss, hopes and dreams forged in extraordinary times.

16 comments:

  1. The World on Fire show looks very good. I like it’s focus on ordinary people and not the typical setting.

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    1. Hope it won't disappoint like most of this year's BBC shows

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    2. I do love the picture of the lady sitting on her man's bike. It's very sweet! If only I wasn't too short to reach the handlebars and if we still used bikes...

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    3. We use them massively here as we can cross the town on a bike within an hour or less :)

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  2. So Helen Hunt won't be reprising her role on Mad About You?

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    1. She will if it ever gets made again, not that anyone needs it.

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  3. I've been looking forward to this one. You know Jason loves these kinds of films, so I'll save it for date night at home.

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    1. It will be a series, deary, not a film :) Seven episodes.

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    2. And we shall wait for the series to run its course and watch it over the course of the weekend.

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    3. Sounds like a plan, I'm guessing it will air there on Masterpiece next winter.

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  4. Nice. A short series can be better than a single film because they can do better with a large cast.

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    1. They do sometimes leave us wanting for more after just seven or eight episode run :(

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  5. I'm on the fence but will give it an episode or two......

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  6. I love this type of shows:D :**Regards

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    1. Hope it will be broadcast in your country as well

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