This Week in Period Dramas – Sunday News Roundup 5th November 2017

November 5, 2017

News was a bit thin on the ground this week so it’s just a quick update! It’s good though – the following news reminds us of how much we can expect to look forward to, with two flagship shows arriving in just a couple weeks. Let’s get started…

Peaky Blinders season 4 finally gets a release date

The BBC have been keeping the Peaky Blinders air date under wraps for quite a while, but they’ve finally confirmed that the first episode of season 4 will arrive on the 15th November at 9pm. Not long to go until Cillian Murphy and the rest of the cast reach our screens!

Here’s a look at the season 4 trailer to tide you over until then –

New adaptation of Howard’s End has its London premiere

The BBC’s latest screen version of E.M.Forster’s Howard’s End had it London premiere this week, and Deadline nabbed some great interviews with the team behind this new adaptation. Hayley Atwell, who plays lead character Margaret Schlegel, was there to talk about her character and the influences that she’s considered from the iconic 1993 film version of the novel. It’s a great quick read.

Not long to go for this period drama either – it will air on the 12th November at 9pm on BBC One. Prepare to stay indoors a lot in the coming weeks!

Check in with us next Sunday for another news roundup.

More about Jen Scouler

Jen Scouler is a magazine journalist, film critic and the founder of Lost In Drama. With degrees in both English Literature and Digital Journalism, she has experience of writing for popular print and online publications. Jen is also devoted to her metaphorical novelist aunties - Aunt Jane, Charlotte and Ursula are particular favourites - and is usually found with an Earl Grey tea in hand.

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