Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Final Three Episodes of Poirot To Stream Exclusively on Acorn TV

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Agatha Christie's Poirot concludes its long run this Summer, with the final five episodes of the series starring David Suchet as the Belgian private detective. And while PBS will air two of the episodes — "The Big Four" on July 27th and "Dead Man's Folly" on August 3rd — Acorn's streaming service Acorn TV will be exclusive provider for the final three episodes: "Elephants Can Remember" on August 11th, "Labours of Hercules" on August 18th, and "Curtain: Poirot's Last Case" on August 25th.

"We are thrilled to exclusively offer the final episodes of one of the most iconic series in television history to Acorn TV subscribers," said RLJ Entertainment CEO Miguel Penella in a statement. "For the last quarter of a century, David Suchet has made an indelible mark on television with his portrayal of Poirot, and these final episodes feature a fitting goodbye to a beloved series."

For more information about the streaming service, visit Acorn.tv.

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