When does Vienna Blood start on BBC Two tonight and who’s in the cast?

The Sun Entertainment 3 weeks ago

BBC has a new a drama starting TONIGHT and it is sure to have fans glued to the edge of their seats.

Vienna Blood has had fans talking for a while and it’s time to find out about who will be starring in this new drama.

Beard was a model for Burberry back in 2011

Who is in the cast?

Matthew Beard from the Imitation Game stars as Max Liebermann, who happens to be an intelligent young English doctor studying under the tutelage of Sigmund Freud.

He will endeavour to solve crimes alongside Detective Inspector Oskar Rheinhardt, played by Austrian author Jürgen Maurer.

The other cast members include Game of Throne’s Conleth Hill, Ripper Street’s Charlene McKenna and Gentleman Jack’s Amelia Bullmore.

Hill starred in the critically-acclaimed series Game of Thrones[/caption]

What is it about?

The show will be based around the first three novels in a series called Vienna, written by Frank Tallis.

The books are titled 2005’s A Death in Vienna, 2006’s Vienna Blood and 2008’s Fatal Lies.

The first of these novels witnesses the characters investigating the death of a medium, whilst the second story concerns character Max, who gets sucked into a secret society.

The third book illustrated in this story plays host to the death of a cadet from military school and Fatal Lies now as to deal with witnessing the tragic scene.

The story is set in Vienna in the world of psychoanalysis, made famous by Sigmund Freud.

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