Ordeal of Innocence is a series based on a book written by the Queen of thrillers, Agatha Christie. The book that goes by the same names was critically acclaimed by many readers around the world and by many book critics as well. It was adapted and turned into a three-part series by the original network BBC one.
Ordeal by Innocence has been directed by Sandra Goldbacher, and its producer is Roopesh Parekh. This series is an adaptation of a typical Agatha Christie genre, a murder mystery. The theme of the story is based on a family, the Argylls.
Ordeal by Innocence Cast: Who is in it?
People have generated a great deal of excitement for the series’ cast. It features Bill Nighy, Anthony Boyle, Anna Chancellor, Morven Christie, Christian Cooke, Alice Eve, Matthew Goode, Ella Purnell, Eleanor Tomlinson, Luke Treadaway as the main characters.
Ordeal by Innocence Plot: What is it about?
The theme of the story is based on a family, the Argylls. Surprisingly, one day, one of the family members is murdered. The story begins in the year 1954 when Rachel Argyle who is a Philanthropist, the mother of the family, and a wealthy woman becomes the murder victim of the story. All fingers are pointed at their adopted son, Jacko Argyll. She is murdered at their family estate Sunny Point, but his son who is a delinquent, and has committed minor crimes before and been arrested, is sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison. However, Jacko pleads to be innocent. The question is, if he is indeed not guilty and didn’t murder his mother, then who did? He ceaselessly protests that he is honest and it has to be someone else who took Rachel Argyll’s life.