When is A Christmas Carol on TV 2019 and who’s in the BBC cast? – The Sun

IT'S a tale that has been told a thousand times, but this time the story of A Christmas Carol is different from anything you have seen before.

The new version of Charles Dickens classic, being shown on BBC One this yuletide season, is a lot darker than you may expect.

When is A Christmas Carol on TV?

A Christmas Carol will run over three nights.

Christmas Carol begins on December 22, 2019 at 9pm on BBC One.

Episode two airs the following day (December 23) at 9.05pm, and the third and final episode will air on Christmas Eve at 9pm.

You will be able to watch them all on the iPlayer once they have aired.

Who is the cast of A Christmas Carol?

The star-studded ensemble cast joining A Christmas Carol includes:

  • Guy Pearce (Mary Queen of Scots) as Ebenezer Scrooge.
  • Andy Serkis (Black Panther) as Ghost of Christmas Past.
  • Stephen Graham (This is England) as Jacob Marley.
  • Charlotte Riley (Peaky Blinders) as Lottie.
  • Joe Alwyn (The Favourite) as Bob Cratchit.
  • Vinette Robinson (Doctor Who) as Mary Cratchit.
  • Jason Flemyng (Save Me) as the Ghost of Christmas Future.
  • Kayvan Novak (What We Do In The Shadows) as Ali Baba.
  • Lenny Rush (Old Boys) as Tim Cratchit.

What will happen on the BBC's A Christmas Carol?

In this “unique and original take on Charles Dickens’ iconic ghost story,” the BBC has promised us “a haunting, hallucinatory, spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge’s dark night of the soul.”l.

After The Spirit of Christmas Present (Charlotte Riley) shows him the humanity he has forgotten and The Spirit Of Christmas Future (Jason Flemyng) shows him his desolate future, Scrooge (Guy Pearce) is forced to face the cruel consequences of his actions.

But will he repent?

The BBC's A Christmas Carol is a spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge’s dark night of the soul.

 

What has Guy Pearce said about A Christmas Carol?

Speaking to the Radio Times, Guy revealed: "This version feels pretty brutal. It’s very raw and rough.

"It’s not without hope, but it gets under your skin and will make people uncomfortable.

"Redemption is what we are looking forward to in A Christmas Carol.

"But in this version, the journey we’re taken on towards that is painful but beautifully handled."

 

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