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PBS to Air ITV’s “Arthur & George”

ITV’s “Arthur & George” has just wrapped up its three-part series — ScarlettSherlock and I plan to review it asap.

If you’re in the U.S. and have missed the show, here’s some good news: PBS is bringing it straight to you! Right now, it’s being advertised as airing in late 2015, whatever that means. The series is based on Julian Barnes’ novel of the same name, a fictionalized account of Doyle’s interactions with George Edalji, a young solicitor accused of a crime he maintains he did not commit.

I haven’t read the novel yet, and normally I can’t stand to see the movie version first, but hey, I’m game. Here’s the trailer for your viewing pleasure:

Cheerfully,

Chat

 


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    Le Chat Noir
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    ITV’s “Arthur & George” has just wrapped up its three-part series — ScarlettSherlock and I plan to review it asap. If you’re in the U.S. and have
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    ScarletSherlock
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    I enjoyed the novel. The horrific way they railroaded Edalji moves you to complete disgust. I was told on twitter by someone I admire that this “reminds me of Granada” so that is a huge endorsement, of course.

    "My name is Sherlock Holmes. It is my business to know what other people don't know." BLUE

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