Agatha Christie is best-known for her detective novels, short story collections and plays. The classic TV adaptations of the famed author's work are beloved the world over. Now, for the first time on a subscription streaming service, Acorn TV brings you the thrilling adventures of her most famous detective sleuths, Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, to binge ad-free on-demand.
The first four series of Agatha Christie's Poirot are now available on Acorn TV with more series of this treasured TV show to release monthly. Lovers of the author's work can also enjoy the first four series of Agatha Christie's Marple with the remaining two series to release 16 November. Acorn TV will soon be the home of both complete series.
Acorn TV's world-class dramas, comedies, cult and critically acclaimed shows from Britain and beyond are available to stream for just $6.99 a month or $69.99 for an annual subscription. For a limited time, use the code ACORNTVAU30 at https://au.acorn.tv for an extended 30-day free trial.
He is fastidious, refined, ingenious, incomparable and, bien sûr, the greatest detective that ever walked the earth! He is Hercule Poirot and he determines the facts, unravels the truth and exposes the murderer with more unparalleled brilliance and ego than ever before. Agatha Christie's most compelling sleuth will prove once again that regardless of the case, no villain can ever get the better of Poirot.
David Suchet (Hidden, His Dark Materials) HiHidHhhoias'hfois a pitch-perfect Poirot in these gorgeously filmed adaptations of Agatha Christie's mysteries. The diminutive detective cracks cases with a sharp mind, dry wit and help from his friends, including Captain Hastings (Hugh Fraser, Sharpe), Inspector Japp (Philip Jackson, Boomers, The Good Karma Hospital) and Ariadne Oliver (Zoe Wanamaker, My Family, Mr. Selfridge).
Celebrated actress Geraldine McEwan (Vanity Fair, The Magdalene Sisters) takes on the role of Agatha Christie's shrewd and inquisitive Miss Jane Marple in this spectacular set of murder mysteries with a stunning line up of guest stars including Catherine Tate, Zoe Wanamaker, Timothy Dalton and Carey Mulligan.
Geraldine McEwan's Marple is depicted as more modern than her predecessors, an unshockable woman with many young friends. This series, set in the 1950s, also reveals that Miss Marple had a romance in her past – a love that is gone but not forgotten.