Here’s another friendly reminder >>> Don’t forget Hercule Poirot (aka David Suchet) is again going to grace us with his phenomenal little gray cells… tonight, July 18, 2010. Yes, it’s that time again… Someone has done a very terrible “something”… and our favorite Belgian detective is going to tell us who, what, when, and why!
This adaptation of Third Girl (based on the 1966 Agatha Christie mystery) will star David Suchet… but here’s an extra treat: both the wonderful actress Zoë Wanamaker and the always-great David Yelland will be in tonight’s episode. I won’t list all of their credits, but am guessing you will recognize their very familiar faces… a real treat!
So, I urge you to set up whatever type of recording device you “depend on” for tonight’s showing of Agatha Christie’s Third Girl (check your local PBS schedule for the exact time)… unless you plan on being in front of your television set at the appointed hour!
Wow – that’s a lot of good cozy TV in a row there!
Thanks for keeping me up-to-date with my favorite cozy shows!
Wasn’t this a repeat? I seem to remember seeing this same show before.
Danna - cozy mystery list says
Marla, I checked to see if I could find The Third Girl amongst David Suchet’s other previous work, and was unable to find it. My guess is that it was new for us in the USA. However, it was produced in 2008, so if you were in Great Britain you might have seen it already. (I’m not sure where else it might have aired.)
Maria Theresa says
I have seen “The Third Girl. *I liked it. There are still many works by Agatha Christie that have not been presented or probably even been filmed yet.
I only hope major changes and the replacemnet of the “guilty one” will never be made again as it happened for “The Sittaford Mystery” and “Ordeal by Innocence”.
It is an insult to Agatha Christie herself. Thank you.