Will Singapore Grip be repeated?

Is The Singapore Grip repeated?

It’s a six-part series. The first episode airs on Sunday and will run at the same time each week for six episodes.

Is Singapore Grip on TV tonight?

When is The Singapore Grip on TV tonight? Episode six of The Singapore Grip is airing on ITV on Sunday, October 18, 2020, at 9pm. There is a total of six episodes, which will broadcast weekly. The series is executive produced by Damien Timmer, the man behind series such as Poldark, Victoria and Endeavour.

How many seasons does Singapore Grip have?

The Singapore Grip (TV series)

The Singapore Grip
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 6
Production
Executive producer Damien Timmer

Is Singapore Grip filmed in Singapore?

The story is set in Singapore during World War II, which took place between 1939 and 1945 – but most of the series is actually filmed in Malaysia. … Explaining that The Singapore Grip is “about the fall of colonialism,” producer Farah Abushwesha said: “None of those houses now exist in Singapore.

Will there be a season 2 of Singapore Grip?

Sadly, there’s no plans for a second season of The Singapore Grip. An ITV spokesperson confirmed this to Metro.co.uk, saying: ‘It’s a stand-alone series. It’s an adaptation of J G Farrell’s novel, which was part of a trilogy, The Singapore Grip novel was the final book in said trilogy. ‘

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Does Singapore Grip have a happy ending?

Yes. Rubber baron Walter Blackett (David Morrissey) escapes aboard the motor-yacht “Nigel” alongside his new business associate WJ Bowser-Barringdon, as well as the embalmed (and en-coffin’d) body of his old rival, Solomon Langfeld.

Where can I watch Singapore Grip?

The Singapore Grip shows the comfortable life of a British family in 1940s Singapore as it’s violently disrupted in the new six-part drama, currently showing on streaming service Britbox.

When can I watch Singapore Grip?

Singapore Grip will air on ITV on Sunday 13th September at 9pm. You can also catch up on any episodes you might have missed on ITV Hub.

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