This winter, the BBC presented viewers with a series based on the famous novel by Agatha Christie "Murders by Alphabet", in which the brilliant John Malkovich tried on the image of the eccentric detective Hercule Poirot. Today it became known that following the brilliant Belgian, his colleague in the detective shop, Miss Marple, will return to the small screens.|
Jane Marple made her debut in the pages of Christie's works back in 1927 in the collection of short stories "Thirteen Mysterious Cases." Over the next half century, the Queen of the detective devoted several more short stories and 12 full-length novels to this heroine.
Previously, the image of the 70-year-old private detective on the big and small screens was embodied by Margaret Rutherford, Angela Lansbury, Joan Hickson and many other talented actresses.
The new screen version of Miss Marple will be produced with the support of Made Up Stories and Agatha Christie Ltd. The series is at an early stage of development and does not yet have distributors, but given the popularity of Agatha Christie's books, the bosses of the world's leading TV channels and online services are probably interested in it.
The Topic of Article: Miss Marple will follow in the footsteps of Hercule Poirot.