In an adaptation of JK Rowling’s most recent Cormoran Strike book, Tom Burke and Holliday Grainger will resume their roles as private investigator Cormoran Strike and his professional partner Robin Ellacott.
Written by Harry Potter, under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith, the fourth sleuth extraordinary is number one bestseller, Lethal White.
The new story follows Billy, a troubled young man who asks for help in solving a crime he believes a child to have witnessed. Strike and Robin, despite his patchy memory and apparent mental anguish, conclude that his story is genuine and set off on the road to London, to the “disturbing inner sanctum” in Parliament House and the “lovely, mysterious manor deep in the English countryside.”
When Will The New Episodes Release?
The four new episodes will be published in 2023 on BBC1 even though no definite date has yet been set. In September 2019, filming began.
The cast of Strike Lethal White will include:
- Tom Burke as Cormoran Strike
- Holliday Grainger as Robin Ellacott
- Kerr Logan as Matthew Cunliffe
- Natasha O’Keeffe as Charlotte Campbell
- Caitlin Innes Edwards as Ilsa Herbert
- Ben Crompton as “Shanker”
- Ann Akin as Vanessa Ekwensi
- Killian Scott as D.I. Eric Wardle
- Sargon Yelda as D.I. Richard Anstis
Based on the fourth book in series of Cormoran Strike J.K. Rowling, Lethal White sees Strike and Robin navigating from the London backstreets and the heart of Parliament all over to the country’s sinister manor house.
Billy is visiting Hit, a frightening young man who asks the private eye to investigate a horrible crime he thinks he was a child witness. Billy fails to recall more precise details as he is obviously in a state of mental illness. The Striker insists he is genuine and offers support. Still, the detective’s recent fame has complicated secret operations.
In the meantime, Robin’s privacy remains unchangeable because her relationship feels the pressure of her devotion to her work. Tom Edge, who has previously adapted The Silkworm and Career of Evil, returns with Sue Tully as screenwriter and producer.