New BBC drama pics & trailer reveal Happy Valley, Dickensian…

BBC previews drama slate!


Vicky McClure suits up for a third series of Line Of Duty.
© BBC/World Productions/Steffan Hill

The BBC has unveiled a host of new images and a new emotive trailer for its upcoming drama output. The trailer, fronted by Suranne Jones, sees the Doctor Foster actress recite ‘Solitude’, by American poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

The ‘Pure Drama’ trailer and pictures feature new dramas, And Then There Were None, Close To The Enemy, Dickensian, The Night Manager, Undercover and War And Peace.

Alongside, returning BBC One dramas, Happy Valley, Sherlock, Call The Midwife, Doctor Who, EastEnders, Death in Paradise, Silent Witness and Luther.

BBC Two returning dramas featured include: Line Of Duty, Peaky Blinders and The Fall.

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Watch the trailer below…

Check out the pictures below:


BBC One drama And Then There Were None.
© BBC/Mammoth Screen/Robert Viglasky


Peter Firth in Dickensian
© BBC/Red Planet Pictures/Liam Daniel

Peaky Blinders Early Release

Things are set to get tougher for Cillian Murphy in Peaky Blinders series 3
© BBC/Caryn Mandabach Productions Ltd/Tiger Aspect


Sarah Lancashire returns for a second series of Sally Wainwright’s Happy Valley
©  BBC/Red Productions


Emilia Fox returns as Dr Nikki Alexander in Silent Witness
©  BBC


Jim Sturgess stars in Close To The Enemy.
© BBC/Little Island Productions

Early Release
Sophie Okonedo and Adrian Lester star in Undercover.
© BBC/Des Willie


Jenny Agutter takes the vow for another year of Call The Midwife.
© BBC/Neal Street Productions/Sophie Mutevelian

Luther S4

Idris Elba returns for a fourth series of cult drama Luther.
© BBC/Sarah Dunn


Death In Paradise – as dangerous as Midsomer?
© BBC/Red Planet Pictures

The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses

The man of the moment Benedict Cumberbatch stars in The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses (pictured) and Sherlock.
© BBC/Carnival Film & Television Ltd/Robert Viglasky