W ednesday star in tense first trailer for BBC murder mystery

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Wednesday star in BBC murder mystery trailerSally Mais - BBC

A Good Girl's Guide to Murder has released its first trailer, giving us a look at Wednesday star Emma Myers in this new BBC Three drama.

The six-part series follows a girl named Pip Fitz-Amobi who lives in a small town that was rocked by a murder that took place five years ago. Although the police and the whole town believe that the schoolgirl, Andie Bell, was murdered by her boyfriend, Sal Singh, Pip isn't so sure.

She sets out on a mission to prove his innocence, but how far will the real killer go to keep the truth a secret?

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Sally Mais - BBC

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The trailer gives us a bit of Pip doing some investigating, as well as a little bit of romance thrown in for good measure.

As well as Myers, the series also stars Line of Duty's Anna Maxwell Martin, Ghosts' Mathew Baynton, Small Axe's Gary Beadle, and newcomer Zain Iqbal.

Meanwhile, Pip's circle of close friends are played by Asha Banks, Yali Topol Margalith, Raiko Gohara and Jude Collie.

Myers will be back for Wednesday season 2, which recently began production. Multiple actors have joined the cast for the sophomore run, including Billie Piper, Steve Buscemi, Thandiwe Newton, Joanna Lumley, and Haley Joel Osment, to name a few.

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Christopher Lloyd, who played Uncle Fester in the '90s Addams Family duology, has also been confirmed for a cameo appearance, although we don't know what role he will be playing at the current time.

In addition to the second season of Wednesday, Myers has also been cast in the upcoming Minecraft movie, which is set for release next year.

A Good Girl's Guide to Murder will release all episodes on BBC iPlayer on Monday, July 1. It will be shown on BBC Three later in the month.

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