The Woman in White (2018– )
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Count Fosco and Sir Percival's plan is set in motion with tragic consequences. Marian and Walter make a horrifying discovery as they seek justice for Laura.

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Carl Tibbetts

Writers:

Fiona Seres, Wilkie Collins (novel)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jessie Buckley ... Marian Halcombe
Ben Hardy ... Walter Hartright
Olivia Vinall ... Laura Fairlie
Dougray Scott ... Sir Percival Glyde
Riccardo Scamarcio ... Count Fosco
Charles Dance ... Frederick Fairlie
Art Malik ... Erasmus Nash
Vicki Pepperdine Vicki Pepperdine ... Mrs. Michelson
Joanna Scanlan ... Mrs. Vesey
Ruth Sheen ... Mrs. Clements
Sonya Cassidy ... Madam Fosco
James Flynn James Flynn ... Louis
Carla Bryson Carla Bryson ... Margaret Porcher
B.J. Hogg B.J. Hogg ... Mr. Dawson
Tony Flynn ... Mr. Merriman
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Standing on the roof, Marian overhears Glyde and Fosco's plan to seize Laura's inheritance, but she is soaked by rainfall and catches a fever, requiring bed-rest. An exhausted Laura sits with her, but on waking is told Marian has gone to London with Fosco. However she is unable to find her half-sister, whilst the recovering Marian is given devastating news. She determines to avenge Laura, and on Walter's return to England, they visit scrivener Erasmus Nash with their evidence before visiting the asylum where they are told Anne is being held. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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It says on Laura's headstone that she married on December 22nd 1849 however earlier in the series we are told that the wedding was on September 22nd. See more »

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Deliciously dark, ultimately bleak.
6 May 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

The BBC has very much done Wilkie Collins wonderful text justice, the penultimate episode has continued the momentum, all is set for a thrilling finale. The series has gripped like no other version, the story never more intense or bleak. The abuse that's been shown has had a horrifyingly realism, from the bruises to the beaten down attitude of poor Laura. The acting once again is first rate, Vicki Pepperdine showing in this episode that she's not only a great comedy actor, she can very much do drama. Two things I would say having reached this stage, firstly I think it's Jessie Buckley who's stolen the show as Marian, and secondly I now think the decision to make Count Fosco charming and smouldering was the right decision, it's somehow elevated the character.

I Cannot wait for Part 5.


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