A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder is the upcoming BBC Three thriller based on the bestselling novel of the same name – here’s everything you need to know about it.
There’s something about a good murder mystery that just never grows old. It’s the classic kind of sofa-side sleuthing we love to engage in, and shows like Only Murders In The Building and The White Lotus just add to our love of the genre.
Now, the BBC has announced that it will be bringing us a murder mystery show that already sounds like a hit – and it’s based on the page-turning novel of the same name by Holly Jackson. A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder will be a familiar title to any crime thriller fan (it’s been hailed as a hit with fans of Serial and Gone Girl) so we can’t wait to see how the events of the brilliant book will unfold on the small screen.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new series.
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What is the plot of A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder?
The new series has been described as a “compulsive teen crime thriller” but if previous shows like Red Rose and even Euphoria have taught us anything, it’s that a show with teenage leads doesn’t mean it’s any less terrifying.
In fact, this show seems a lot more sinister. In the six-part series, we’re faced with a murder that may initially seem like an open-and-shut case, but really, it’s anything but.
According to the synopsis: “Five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. Case closed. The police know he did it. Everyone in town knows he did it. But Pippa Fitz-Amobi – our insatiably smart, slightly square heroine – isn’t so sure and she’s determined to prove it.
“But if Sal Singh isn’t a murderer and the real killer is still out there, how far will they go to keep Pippa from the truth?”
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Who will star in A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder?
As of now, no casting details have been revealed about the upcoming series but we do know that it will be written by lead writer Poppy Cogan, who was at the helm of recent BBC Three hit Red Rose.
She’ll be writing the series alongside Zia Ahmed, Ajoke Ibironke and Ruby Thomas, and it will be produced by Florence Walker. The series is being made by Moonage Pictures, who many may recognise as being the team behind The Pursuit Of Love with Andrew Scott, Lily James and Dominic West.
Further casting information will be announced in due course so watch this space.
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What has been said about A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder?
Speaking about her novel being adapted for the BBC, Holly Jackson said: “I am beyond thrilled that A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder has found its perfect home with Moonage Pictures and the BBC.
“It is a privilege to be working alongside such a talented and creative team who are as invested in the characters and story as I am. I can’t wait to introduce Pip and Ravi to a whole new audience, and to welcome back readers who have missed our partners in crime.”
Poppy Cogan also said of the upcoming series: “I’m so honoured that Holly Jackson has entrusted me with the adaptation of her hugely popular and brilliant novel. With a relentlessly twisty plot and a cast of funny and idiosyncratic characters, A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder will take audiences on a thrilling ride into the dark heart of a quintessentially English town.”
Fiona Campbell, controller of BBC Three, also commented: “Holly Jackson’s A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder is inventive, smart, gripping – and absolutely perfect for the screen. It’s with real delight that we’re teaming with Holly, Poppy Cogan and the Moonage Pictures team to bring this remarkable series to BBC Three.”
When and where will A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder be available to watch?
While we don’t have a release date for the new BBC thriller, we do know that it will begin filming in 2023 and will be broadcast on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer.
Watch this space for updates.
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