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The Night Manager

The Night Manager is British Drama TV series. Produced by The Ink Factory. Stars: Hugh Laurie, Tom Hiddleston, Elizabeth Debicki. Also known as John le Carré's The Night Manager in Australia. It first aired on Feb 21, 2016, on BBC One. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.1 *. Won the Golden Globe, Primetime Emmy, BAFTA TV Award, AMPS TV Award, BAFTA Television Craft Award. The Night Manager is filmed in Spain.


How Many Seasons Of The Night Manager Are There Total: 1 (6 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on February 21, 2016

Finale: March 27, 2016

BBC One, 6 episodes

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The Night Manager is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Mar 27, 2016 (4 years ago)

News & Interviews

Sexy BBC drama The Little Drummer Girl copies the winning formula of The Night Manager with hunky actors, sex ... - via Thesun

But our glamorous heroine finds herself submerged more deeply in espionage as she is hired by Mossad, the Israeli secret service and counterterrorism agency that will stop at nothing to protect its people.

Will there be a second series of The Night Manager after all? - per Radiotimes

“We don’t have scripts for it yet, and we would only think about making a second series of The Night Manager if it was going to be really good. And I’m sure that Hugh [Laurie] and Tom and Olivia [Colman], who are not exactly under-employed actors, won’t want to come back unless it’s excellent, frankly.

Tom Hiddleston May Be Back For 'The Night Manager' Season 2 But There's Going To Be A Major Cast Shake-up - by Bustle

Nonetheless, during the same interview, Cumming also confirmed some of the original cast would be sitting this series out. "Some characters that the audience know and love will be returning, other will not," he added.

Why James Norton's McMafia is more than just the new The Night Manager - by Metro

But while Hiddleston’s Jonathan Pine was capable and aloof, Norton’s Alex is more used to dealing with figures than his fists. And while it was fun to see a man like Pine in his element, Alex is definitely in over his head and a lot of the suspense comes from watching how someone so removed from the mafia history of his family deals with being suddenly – and violently – plunged in face first. At its core McMafia is about a man desperately trying to keep his family alive, whereas Pine was a bit of a lone wolf.


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