Production info

Death Comes as the End
UK, 2019

  

Set in Ancient Egypt, a young woman suspects her priest father may be tied up in the death of a concubine (source: BBC.com).

Announced. The British television station BBC has commissioned new adaptations of several classic Agatha Christie mysteries, including the 1944 novel "Death Comes as the End". It is one of Agatha Christie’s most unusual novels, being set in Ancient Egypt with entirely non-European characters. It has been credited as the first-ever historical whodunnit. BBC has enlisted documentary director and screenwriter Gwyneth Hughes for the adaptation. The drama is expected to air later in 2019.


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