There's a new Marple in St. Mary Mead. The iconic spinster detective's brogues have been filled by such luminaries as Angela Lansbury and Geraldine McEwen, and now by veteran actress Julia McKenzie, who premieres in A Pocketful of Rye. [BBC]
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I concur with everyone else who posted so far. The Marple series already aired on PBS this summer. They're up to Inspector Lewis season 2 on Sunday.
And I liked McEwan's Miss Marple best. She was adorable. And I liked the adaptations better. This series seemed to be a bit all over the place as far as plot and writing. I can't be the only one who was confused during "Why Didn't They Ask Evans?"