Ten strangers arrive at an island. But when a murderous countdown begins, will anyone still be alive to leave it?
The chilling British miniseries And Then There Were None, based on Agatha Christie’s bestselling crime novel, is coming to Lifetime, and Yahoo TV has a sneak peek of the dinner scene that sets the entire plot in motion.
Eight guests are invited to stay on Soldier Island by their mysterious and absent hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Owen. Only two servants are on hand to tend to them. Everyone has dark secrets from the past, which they try to keep hidden as they get to know each other.
“You seem to be under the impression that I am a particular kind of woman. I assure you that I am not,” teacher Vera Claythorne (Maeve Dermody) coldly tells the roguish Philip Lombard (Aidan Turner).
In this disturbing scene, they wonder why they’ve been invited, but things become terrifyingly clear when a gramophone begins playing… accusing them all of murder!
And that’s just the beginning of their nightmare, as one by one, they begin dying. It’s a race against the clock to survive and get off the island.
And Then There Were None airs Sunday, March 13 at 8 p.m. and Monday, March 14 at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.