Alibi TV adds Miss Scarlet and The Duke

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Megan McDonnell, Cathy Belton, Kate Phillips, Helen Norton, Andrew Gower and Stuart Martin in Miss Scarlet and The Duke (photo credit: Alibi TV)

Alibi TV has added Miss Scarlet and The Duke to their website, including some new promo pictures, episode titles and summaries. The only thing missing (so far) is a release date but thanks to our interview with creator Rachael New we know it’ll be March!

The episodes will be called:

  • 1×01 Inheritance
  • 1×02 The Woman in Red
  • 1×03 Deeds not Words
  • 1×04 Memento Mori
  • 1×05 Cell 99
  • 1×06 The Case of Henry Scarlet

For the episode summaries and more promo pictures, please visit the Alibi TV website. We know that Andrew Gower will portray Rupert Parker, “Scarlet’s business partner and friend who invests in the agency and is one of her few supporters”, in at least 5 of the 6 season 1 episodes.

Watch the extended season 1 trailer, and find a list of international distributors.

Murdoch Mysteries 6×04 A Study in Sherlock

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Murdoch Mysteries 6×04 “A Study in Sherlock”

Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) and Constable Crabtree (Jonny Harris) are called to a crime scene in the streets of 19th century Toronto (Canada) where a vehicle transporting bank safe deposit boxes was robbed and a man killed. A witness to the attack provides Murdoch with some useful information and introduces himself as the Great Detective, Sherlock Holmes (Andrew Gower).

According to Mr Holmes’ deduction none other than his old foe Professor Moriarty and his henchmen are the culprits behind the robbery. While Detective Murdoch and his team investigate further, psychiatrist Dr Julia Ogden’s (Hélène Joy) abilities are put to a test as she tries to break the young man’s delusion who not only claims to be Sherlock Holmes but also shows the same uncanny ability of assessing people and situations correctly.

Can a meeting with the creator of this fictional character, famous author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Geraint Wyn Davies), shed some light on Sherlock’s true identity and his connection to the crime?

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Visit our Gallery for more screencaps from this episode!

Andrew featured in Omnia

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The lovely ladies at Omnia, a free online zine, have included an article about Andrew Gower in their latest edition.

He’s very unassuming, small and skinny and rather awkward, but he’s an excellent actor, very emotive and funny, and absolutely deserving of everything good that comes his way.

You said it Daisy and Nancy!

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You can also read it here