Watch A Sneak Peek Of The Spies Of Warsaw

BBC America have uploaded a 15 second glimpse of the new David Tennant drama The Spies Of Warsaw.
The series will come to American screens in January, after it has made its debut on BBC Four in the UK. So far, the BBC have not given any indication of when they will show The Spies Of Warsaw.

The drama, adapted from the novel of the same name by Alan Furst, was filmed as two 90-minute episodes; however BBC America have previously said that they will be screening it in four parts.

Watch the trailer here:

About the show:

BBC America is co-producing a new mini-series for Dramaville, “Spies of Warsaw,” based on Alan Furst’s acclaimed novel and adapted by Emmy-winning writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. “Doctor Who” star David Tennant and Janet Montgomery (“Black Swan,” “Entourage”) are cast in this thrilling spy story set in Poland, Paris, London and Berlin in the years leading up to the Second World War.
In the mini-series, French and German intelligence operatives are locked in a life-and-death struggle in the espionage arena. At the French embassy, a decorated war hero of the 1914 war, Colonel Jean-Francois Mercier (Tennant), is sucked into a world of abduction, betrayal and international intrigue from the diplomatic salons to the back alleys of Warsaw. Mercier simultaneously finds himself in a passionate love affair with Anna (Montgomery), a Parisian lawyer for the League of Nations. Their complicated love affair intensifies as German tanks drive through the Black Forest.
“Spies of Warsaw” combines historical, intelligent narratives, interlaced with flawed and compelling characters. The cast includes Anton Lesser (Dramaville’s “The Hour”) as Doctor Lapp, Richard Lintern (Dramaville’s “White Heat”) as Colonel Lessard, Nicholas Blane (‘”The Tudors”) as Papa Heininger, Julian Harries (“EastEnders”) as Duff Cooper, and many more!
The production begins shooting on location in Poland in May 2012. The series is executive produced by Richard Fell for Fresh Pictures production, and Jamie Laurenson for the BBC, co-produced by BBC America, Apple Film for TV Poland in association with ARTE FRANCE and BBC Worldwide.