Magpie MurdersSeason 1
A successful author dies under suspicious circumstances, his last book unfinished. What happened to him? And how does his latest potboiler end? Susan Ryeland assumes the role of detective. Based on Anthony Horowitz’s bestselling novel.
- 1. Episode 1February 9, 202246minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishSusan Ryeland is a successful editor--but her career is threatened when the new mystery novel by her number one author turns up with its final chapter missing. Her life is further complicated when she becomes involved in a murder.
- 2. Episode 2October 22, 202246minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishSusan arrives in Suffolk, searching for the missing chapter and discovers that Alan Conway used everyone he knew as characters in his book, the story of a detective called Atticus Pund, set in 1955. It looks as if one of them may have murdered him.
- 3. Episode 3October 29, 202246minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishSusan’s personal life unravels when her boyfriend, Andreas, tells her that he’s going home to Crete and he wants her to come with him. Still searching for the missing chapter and investigating Alan’s death, she receives help from an unexpected source.
- 4. Episode 4November 5, 202247minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishIn 1955, Sir Magnus Pye is buried while, in the present day, Alan Conway is also laid to rest. Characters from the novel cross over with people from real life. But which one of them is the killer?
- 5. Episode 5November 12, 202246minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishAndreas is now the prime suspect in the murder of Alan Conway. Atticus Pund continues to help her with her investigation. At the same time, the death of Sir Magnus Pye leads him to a past tragedy.
- 6. Episode 6November 12, 202247minTV-14SubtitlesEnglish [CC]Audio languagesEnglishSusan finds the missing chapter and it tells her the identity of the killer. Atticus Pund invites her on an unforgettable journey as he unravels the secrets of the past.