As with many avid readers, I also have a love for all things Masterpiece Theater on PBS. Thanks to Masterpiece, we have been given some of the crown jewels of fiction to film, so how can we not keep our eye out for what's up and coming?
Here's what is coming up this Sunday, 11/6 and next Sunday, 11/13:
An MI-5 spy thriller called "Page Eight" is up this Sunday, starring Bill Nighy as the aging spy, with Michael Gambon, Rachel Wiesz, and Judy Davis.
Following this first Contemporary, will be "The Song of Lunch," which stars the amazing Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson. In this piece, Rickman is a copy editor/writer who meets back up with a former lover from 15 years ago. The story unfolds from there.
I know I can't wait for either of these showings, not to mention "Downton Abbey" series 2 that comes out on January 8th and will run through February 19th! (I can't wait!) There is always so much to look forward to on PBS when it comes to great dramatizations, classics, and mystery.
See PBS, Masterpiece for all of their schedules and more about their 40th year anniversary.