Say a word. Is it connected to the mystery in BBC America’s version of Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency? According to this teaser, probably!
The latest stab at adapting Douglas Adams’ detective story comes to BBC America this fall, and it’s a bit more frenetic-looking than the book. In a press event, we talked to the cast, executive producer Robert Cooper, and writer Max Landis about what made them do this show.
BBC America’s version of Douglas Adams’ Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is the latest entry in what is becoming a genre all its own these days: Know-it-all British men barging into normal people’s lives and dragging them into adventures.
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BBC America’s US adaptation of Douglas Adams’ beloved Dirk Gently novels has found the holistic detective’s irascible sidekick Todd. Wait. Who the hell is Todd?
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We've been dying to see our first glimpse of BBC Four's new one-hour show, based on the Douglas Adams' clever Dirk Gently holistic detective novels. Wait no more — the first trailer has arrived!