The TV mini-series And Then There Were None is based on Agatha Christie’s 1939 novel of the same title. Ten strangers are lured to a remote mansion near the Devon coast in southern England. With their hosts absent, each of the ten is accused of a terrible crime. And then, one by one, they start to mysteriously die. Someone among them is the killer.
One of the ten strangers is General John MacArthur, who is portrayed by Sam Neill. Americans will recognize him from his roles in the films The Zookeeper (Ludovic), Jurassic Park (Dr. Alan Grant), Bicentennial Man (“Sir” Richard Martin), The Horse Whisperer (Robert MacLean), The Piano (Alisdair Stewart), The Hunt for Red October (Captain Borodin), and Dead Calm (John, husband of a young Nicole Kidman). And Then There Were None, Part 1, airs Sunday, March 13 at 8pm on Lifetime. Part 2 will air March 14 at 9pm.
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