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Directed by  Daniel Percival
First episode date  26 December 2013
Networks  BBC One, PBS
7.1/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Composer(s)  The Insects
Director  Daniel Percival
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Based on  Death Comes to Pemberley novel by P. D. James
Written by  Juliette Towhidi P. D. James (Novel)
Starring  Matthew Rhys Anna Maxwell Martin Jenna Coleman Matthew Goode Trevor Eve Alexandra Moen Tom Ward Eleanor Tomlinson Rebecca Front James Fleet Penelope Keith Joanna Scanlan James Norton Nichola Burley Philip Martin Brown Kevin Eldon
Cast  Jenna Coleman, James Norton, Matthew Rhys, Anna Maxwell Martin, Matthew Goode

Death Comes to Pemberley is a three-part British television drama based on the best-selling P.D. James novel of the same name. Her murder mystery was based on the style and characters of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

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The series was commissioned by Controller of BBC Drama Commissioning Ben Stephenson and then-Controller of BBC One Danny Cohen, and was first broadcast from 26–28 December 2013 on BBC One.

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Premise

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It is October 1803, six years after the marriage of Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy and Miss Elizabeth Bennet, as recounted in Pride and Prejudice. One evening, George Wickham and his wife Lydia (Elizabeth's sister) are traveling by carriage to Pemberly for a ball with Captain Denny. Wickham and Denny have an argument, and leave the carriage in anger. The two men disappear into the woodland, where Lydia hears two gunshots. After being informed, Darcy sends out a search party, who find Wickham distraught and hysterical, holding Denny's body and blaming himself for his murder.

Casting

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The cast was announced on 18 June 2013. The series was cast by Gary Davy. Actor Tom Ward, who plays Colonel Fitzwilliam, is the only cast member to have previously played a role in an adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. He played Lt Chamberlayne in the 1995 BBC adaptation.

Filming

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Filming began in June 2013 on location in Yorkshire and Derbyshire and has been supported with investment from Screen Yorkshire. Chatsworth House in Derbyshire was used as the exterior of Pemberley, and rooms at Chatsworth and at Castle Howard and Harewood House, both in Yorkshire, were used for indoor scenes. Areas of National Trust land, including Hardcastle Crags, Fountains Abbey and the Studley Royal estate and Treasurer's House, were also used in filming. Beverley's Guildhall provided the location for a courtroom. The gallows scenes were filmed on a purpose-built scaffold outside York Crown Court, with Wickham emerging from the gate to the old debtors' prison in the York Museum.

Reception

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The Guardian described the tone of the first episode as respectful of Austen's original, but "not afraid to stand out and be its own very different thing as well", describing it as a "mashup" between period drama and Agatha Christie or Midsomer Murders. A later Guardian review described the series as "pretty much perfect Christmas TV", praising the appearance of the series and the "satisfying plot". Lina Talbot, writing for the Independent, praised the casting of Mr and Mrs Bennet. The Radio Times praised the production values of the piece, and noted that they were supported by a "meaty" plot.

References

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