The Little Drummer Girl
The Little Drummer Girl is British Drama TV series. Also known as La chica del tambor in Spain. It first aired on Oct 28, 2018, on BBC One. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.4 *. The Little Drummer Girl is filmed in Greece.
How Many Seasons Of The Little Drummer Girl Are There: 1 (6 episodes)
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Season premieres on October 28, 2018
Finale: December 2, 2018
BBC One, 6 episodes
The Little Drummer Girl is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Sundays at 6 pm
Season 1 Episode 6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Dec 02, 2018 (9 months ago)
'Does anyone understand what's going on?' The Little Drummer Girl viewers slam 'confusing' BBC adaptation - but fans ... - by Dailymail
Divisive: The second episode of The Little Drummer Girl left some viewers switching off as they struggled to get to grips with the espionage thriller's 'turgid' and 'confusing' plot. Pictured, Becker (Alexander Skarsgard) and Charlie (Florence Pugh) in last night's episode
The Actor Who Plays Salim/Michel On The Little Drummer Girl Also Stars In A Hit Netflix Series - via Bustle
The new series is based on the original novel of the same name, penned by John le Carré’s, and follows the story of main protagonist Charlie, a young actress who possesses radical left-wing views. She is recruited by Joseph Becker (Skarsgard), an Israeli spy, and finds herself in the midst of a Mossad espionage circle, headed by Martin Kurtz, portrayed by Michael Shannon, reports the Express.
The Little Drummer Girl on BBC release date: How many episodes? - per Express
Executive producer Simon Cornwall said: “We’ve really tried to tell the story through character. I hope that what you see on both sides are rounded, real human beings drawn through the story by their passions and their emotions.
TV Review: AMC's 'The Little Drummer Girl' - according to Variety
The results, at least based on the two episodes newly premiered at the London Film Festival, are pretty damn fabulous. Anyone expecting a replica of “The Night Manager’s” worsted-wool class act, however, may leave feeling as baited, switched and bemusedly seduced as the titular protagonist, a young London actress and lip-service leftie drawn against her will into a Mossad terrorist-capture mission in the late 1970s. Park is no Susanne Bier, the Oscar-winning Danish melodrama specialist turned safe pair of hands for “Manager”; even under the strictures of serial television, he remains an unruly sensualist, preoccupied less with traditional narrative than with tactile details of body, environment and the aesthetics of violence.