Three Pines: There are some exciting shows coming to Amazon before the end of 2022. One of them is Three Pines, and here's what we know so far about the series. We're still getting some great content this year. Three Pines, a new series based on books by Louise Perry, is one of the new releases.
This will be great for people who like Agatha Christie and the movies and TV shows based on her books. The role of Chief Inspector Armand Gamache is played by Alfred Molina. He'll have a case to solve, and it turns out that anyone could have done it. So far, what do we know about the show?
What is the Release Date of Three Pines?
On September 2, 2022, people who have Amazon Prime will be able to go to the town of Twin Pines. Amazon has been trying out different ways to release content lately, and Three Pines is no different.
Not only will two episodes be released on December 2, when the season starts, but also every Wednesday after that. The season's eight episodes will end on December 23, 2022, which is before the end of the month.
What is the Plot of Three Pines?
Not a particularly in-depth summary of the show, and we're also not sure which stories from the novels will be adapted (though, as a serialized show, we're likely to see several narratives from the books appear rather than just one).
The trailer doesn't go into too much detail about who was murdered and why, which is a good thing for those who understandably want to go into a murder mystery story with as little information as possible, but not for those who are desperate to learn all the details. When the show begins next month, the latter group of fans will simply have to solve the case with Gamache himself.
Who is in the Cast of Three Pines?
Alfred Molina will play the lead role of Chief Inspector Gamache in Three Pines. This will be a great addition to his already amazing list of credits. Even though he's probably best known for playing bad guys, like Rahad Jackson in Boogie Nights (1997), Molina still plays the occasional good guy, like in the gripping LGBTQ+ drama Love is Strange (2014).
Rossif Sutherland (Paris Paris), Marie-Josée Bélanger (Parents under observation), Ali Hand (See), Max Laferriere (Le 422), Patricia Summersett (Mother!), and Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers (Paris Paris) are also in the supporting cast (The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open).
Three Pines: Trailer
Amazon has put out the series' official trailer. It tells us how the show is going to feel and what's going to happen. This definitely has a Hercule Poirot vibe, so Agatha Christie fans will love it.