When will “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder” be released?

When will “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder” be released?
When will “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder” be released?

Mark July 1st in your calendars because the long-awaited adaptation of Holly Jackson’s novel A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is finally coming to our screens and we have the exact information on when you can expect it to appear on BBC iPlayer.

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is based on the 2019 novel by Holly Jackson and tells the story of Pip (Emma Myers), who has spent the last five years investigating the case of local girl Andie, who was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend Sal. However, Pip doesn’t believe the matter is so clear-cut and, together with Ravi (Zain Iqbal), Sal’s younger brother, sets out to find out what really happened to Andie all those years ago.

The six-part series was announced last year and is now finally available on BBC iPlayer for viewers in the UK on July 1st, and for viewers abroad the series will be released on Netflix later this year in August.



But when can we expect the series to be released? Here’s what you need to know A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder Publication date.

When will A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder be released on BBC iPlayer?

After waiting patiently for his arrival, A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is finally hitting UK screens next week on July 1st on BBC iPlayer and the even better news is that all six episodes will be available to watch.

All episodes of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder will be released on July 1st at 6:00am BST.

6 a.m.? OK, someone tell our bosses that we’re going to be sick that day for some mysterious reason because we plan to watch the whole series in one sitting.

“A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder” will be available on BBC iPlayer from 1 July

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Lydia Venn

Senior Entertainment and Lifestyle Writer

Lydia Venn is Cosmopolitan UK’s senior entertainment and lifestyle writer, covering everything from , to the latest celebrity news. She also writes regularly for our Work/Life section, breaking down exciting new releases and sharing the latest must-haves. In her role, she has interviewed everyone from Margot Robbie to Niall Horan, and her work has been featured on an episode of . After completing an English degree at the University of Exeter, Lydia moved into journalism, writing for , before working as Features Editor at , where she spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour and talk radio. She has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Gilmore Girls and 00s teen films, and in her spare time you can find herself watching The Real Housewives on repeat, margarita in hand. You can find her on .

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