BBC America's 'The Musketeers': First Look at the Series Premiere (Exclusive Video)
Luke Pasqualino stars in the latest adaptation of the classic Alexandre Dumas characters, premiering Sunday.
The Musketeers are coming to BBC America.
The latest adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' tale is set in 17th century Paris, where law and order is more of a concept than a reality. D’Artagnan (Luke Pasqualino), a skilled fighter from rural Gascony, meets the three Musketeers while on a mission to right the wrong of his father’s death. Although he meets the men in unfortunate circumstances, he finds kindred spirits in the other soldiers.
The Hollywood Reporter exclusively premieres a scene from this weekend's series premiere introducing D'Artagnan with a vengeance.
The Musketeers also star Tom Burke, Santiago Cabrera, Peter Capaldi, Maimie McCoy, Tamla Kari and Hugo Speer, with guest stars JJ Feild, Vincent Regan, Ashley Walters, Amy Nuttall, Tara Fitzgerald, Annabelle Wallis, Zoe Tapper, Vinnie Jones and Sean Pertwee.
Adrian Hodges is the showrunner and executive producer, along with Jessica Pope. Colin Wratten is producer.
The Musketeers premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. on BBC America.
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