J.K. Rowling’s detective novels are getting BBC miniseries
First Sherlock Holmes, and now Cormoran Strike: The BBC has announced that its miniseries adaptation of Robert Galbraith’s detective novels (2013’s The Cuckoo’s Calling and 2014’s The Silkworm) will go into production this fall.
The Cuckoo’s Calling first sparked interest shortly after its after its 2013 release, when it was discovered that author Robert Galbraith was actually a pseudonym for Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling. The novel follows struggling detective Cormoran Strike as he investigates the mysterious death of a beloved model; in the sequel, he tries to solve the murder of an eccentric writer. Read more…