Netflix has revealed that Mia McKenna-Bruce, Martin Freeman, and Helena Bonham Carter are set to feature in a fresh Agatha Christie adaptation called The Seven Dials Mystery. This series, taking place in England in 1925, centers on a disastrously misjudged prank at an extravagant country house gathering, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. Mia McKenna-Bruce is set to play the lead role of Bundle, an ambitious young detective. McKenna-Bruce expressed, 'The scripts by Chris Chibnall are exceptional, and I'm excited to contribute to this fresh take on Agatha Christie's legendary narratives.' The Hollywood Reporter also notes that The Seven Dials Mystery is scripted by Chris Chibnall, known for creating Broadchurch and his stint as the showrunner of Doctor Who. The series is executive produced by Suzanne Mackie of The Crown via her company Orchid Pictures, in collaboration with Chris Sussman from Good Omens. The direction of the series is helmed by Chris Sweeney, acclaimed for his work on The Tourist and Back to Life. Production for The Seven Dials Mystery is slated to commence this summer. In parallel, BBC and Britbox International have unveiled their own Agatha Christie project, featuring Anjelica Huston and Oliver Jackson-Cohen in the adaptation of her novel Towards Zero. The Hollywood Reporter states that this three-part series also stars Ella Lily Hyland, Anjelica Huston, and Mimi Keene, and is directed by Sam Yates, with filming currently underway.