First trailer released for The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco

There was much rejoicing when it was announced the Britbox – the US streaming service jointly created by the BBC and ITV – was to ressurect The Bletchley Circle, the ITV crime drama that ran for two series.

This new incarnation is to be called The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco and is set, well… it does what it says on the tin. Now we not only have some plotlines and an idea when it will start, but also a trailer.

The new show follows cryptographers-turned-detectives Jean (Julie Graham) and Millie (Rachael Stirling) as they head to San Francisco to investigate the murder of a friend.

Once in the US, the pair teams up with local female code-breakers and tackle an array of mysteries in the Bay Area. The series has four stories, with two hour-long episodes dedicated to each. The trailer sees the team investigating a crime scene in a decrepit house, which they realise is linked to an earlier crime that took place in the UK.

Here’s the trailer.

According BritBox’s youtube page and Deadline, The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco will start in July in the US (exact date TBC) and will land in the UK on ITV sometime later.

More news when we get it.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Emily Kitsch says:

    Thank you so much for the update! :) My husband and I had been thinking of signing up for Brit Box and this just might be the push we need to do it, since we both loved The Bletchley Circle!

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    1. Paul Hirons says:

      Nice one Emily, let us know what it’s like!

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  2. Terry says:

    Do you know if they will shoot on location in San Francisco?

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    1. Paul Hirons says:

      Hi Terry. If it’s on in July, it’ll have wrapped filming quite a while ago!

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  3. Terry says:

    P.S. I ask because I live in San Francisco, California.

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    1. Andy D says:

      Terry it seems it was filmed on location in London and Vancouver, which is not uncommon for shows with a set budget – so I guess there will be a bit of film trickery to recreate the San Francisco of that era!

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  4. Terry says:

    Andy D: Thanks for the info!

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