The "Dublin Murders" trailer is here and it looks mysterious as hell.
For fans of Irish-American author Tana French, the TV adaption of the Dublin Murder Squad series has been a long time coming.
With news that the show "Dublin Murders" will receive an air date on BBC in the UK, RTÉ in Ireland, and Starz in the US at some point before the end of 2019, however, we can confirm the wait is almost over.
As the countdown clock gets shorter, the "Dublin Murders" trailer has finally been released and it definitely lives up to expectations.
What is the Dublin Murder Squad series?
This five-book series by Irish-American Tana French elevated the author to the title of “the most important crime novelist to emerge in the past 10 years,” according to the Washington Post.
As a child, Rob Ryan was one of three friends to go missing in a local wood but the only one of the trio to be found again. Twenty years later and he is working as a detective on the Dublin Murder Squad when the murder of a twelve-year-old girl in the same suburb where he once lived digs up his past. Ryan works with his partner and best friend Cassie Maddox to solve the case creepily similar to the mystery of his childhood.
An eight-part TV adaptation of the series was first announced in September 2017, to be based on the material from the first two books of the series, "In The Woods" and "The Likeness."
"Dublin Murders" trailer:
After wrapping up filming in March 2019, the trailer was recently released and it makes us even more excited to watch the full series.
"Dublin Murders" release date:
The exact release date is yet to be confirmed but as the "Dublin Murders" trailer has finally hit, we can expect it soon. It is rumored to begin this November 2019.
Who is the "Dublin Murders" writer?
While Tana French was the original author of the novels, renowned screenwriter Sarah Phelps was taken on board as the screenwriter for the TV adaption. Her previous work includes the Agatha Christie TV dramas.
Who are the "Dublin Murders" cast?
While each of the books is told from the perspective of a different detective from the team, the TV adaption is expected to focus on the story of Detectives Rob Ryan and Cassie Maddox. Ryan is played by Irish actor Killian Scott, known for his work on "Love/Hate" and "Ripper Street," while the role of Maddox has been filled by Sarah Greene ("Penny Dreadful").
The rest of the cast includes Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as Frank, Moe Dunford as Sam, Leah McNamara as Rosalind, Ian Kenny as Phelan, Eugene O’Hare as Quigley, Jonny Holden as Damien with Conleth Hill as O'Kelly and Peter McDonald as Jonathan.
Have you read the Dublin Murder Squad series? Did you enjoy them? Let us know in the comments section, below.