ANGELA BLACK is a new ITV thriller set to keep viewers on the edge of their seats but how many episodes are those at home going to be watching?
Angela Black has been highly anticipated since it was announced the drama had been commissioned by ITV last October. The thriller stars Joanne Froggatt in the titular role, an actress who is best known for playing the protagonist in the television drama, Liar. Here is everything you need to know about how many episodes are going to be airing as the premiere gets ready to broadcast this evening.
Joanne will be starring alongside Michiel Huisman as the character of Oliver, the husband of Angela who loses his temper behind closed doors.
As she tries to make sense of what’s happening at home, she begins to be followed by a stranger, Ed Harrison (played by Samuel Adewunmi) and her world becomes a lot more dangerous.
The first episode is expected to play out for an hour and five minutes as viewers are introduced to the protagonists of the piece.
With the first instalment likely to be left on a cliffhanger, those watching at home shouldn’t fear this isn’t the last they will see of Angela.
In fact, there will be six episodes airing over the next month and a half, with the conclusion of the thriller set to broadcast mid-November.
Each episode is expected to be an hour-long, which is the usual format for drama airing on ITV, meaning the series will be six hours in total.
They will be broadcast every Sunday in the 9pm schedule slot as the themes of the show make it untenable for pre-watershed viewing.
The first instalment of the drama will be made available on the network’s main channel and will be put on the ITVHub shortly after.
Unlike other dramas which have aired in the last year, all six episodes aren’t likely to drop on the streaming platform after the first episode.
This was a concept ITV adopted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic to give viewers a chance to watch the drama if they were enjoying it.
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The series was filmed in London at the height of the coronavirus pandemic but the cast and crew adhered to strict health and safety guidelines.
Harry and Jack Williams have penned the drama. “Brinkwire Summary News”.