The Night Manager

2016
4.6
231 reviews
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Season 1 episodes (14)

1 Episode 1
2/21/16
In Cairo at the height of the Arab Spring, hotel night manager Jonathan Pine receives a plea for help from an elegant, well-connected guest. His actions draw him into the terrifying world of Richard Roper, business-man, arms dealer, worst man in the world.
2 Episode 2
2/28/16
On the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, Roper’s life of luxury and calm is shattered. Six months earlier, Burr continues her recruitment of Pine, sending him to Devon to build his cover story.
3 Episode 3
3/6/16
While he continues to recuperate in Roper’s villa, Pine starts to dig up secrets about the other members of the household. Meanwhile, Burr and Steadman seize on an opportunity to recruit a new asset.
4 Episode 4
3/13/16
Roper welcomes Pine into his inner circle, leaving Corky out in the cold. Meanwhile, Burr has concerns for the safety of her source, when she suspects key information has been leaked to the River House.
5 Episode 5
3/20/16
A suspicious Roper gathers his entourage around him in an attempt to root out the traitor, forcing Pine to play a dangerous game. In London, Burr and Steadman face mounting opposition from Whitehall.
6 Episode 6
3/27/16
Roper and his team return to Cairo for the deal, reuniting Pine with an old enemy. Pine risks it all to put his plan in motion. A discredited Burr makes one last stand.
101 Trailer
2/11/16
Season-only
A hotel night manager is recruited by a government agent to infiltrate the trusted inner circle of a ruthless arms dealer.
102 Interview with John le Carré
2/28/16
Season-only
The legendary author, John le Carré, wrote The Night Manager, which was his first post-Cold War novel. John’s talks about how the novel was spirited back to life and re-told for our times.
103 Interview with Elizabeth Debicki
2/28/16
Season-only
Elizabeth Debicki talks about her character Jed Marshall, and life on the set of The Night Manager.
104 Interview with Hugh Laurie
2/29/16
Season-only
Hugh Laurie, talks about what attracted him to his role as Richard Roper, travelling the world and bringing John le Carré’s classic spy novel to life.
105 Interview with Alistair Petrie
2/29/16
Season-only
Alistair Petrie talks about his character Sandy Langbourne, and life on the set of The Night Manager.
106 Interview with Tom Hiddleston
2/29/16
Season-only
Tom Hiddleston talks about what attracted him to his role as Jonathan Pine, travelling the world and bringing John le Carré’s classic spy novel to life.
107 Interview with Olivia Colman
2/29/16
Season-only
In The Night Manager Olivia Colman plays the role of government spy Burr, originally a male in the novel. Colman talks about her character and life on the set of The Night Manager.
108 Interview with Susanne Bier
2/28/16
Season-only
Danish-born director Susanne Bier talks about adapting bestselling author John le Carré’s The Night Manager for TV.

About this show

The Night Manager is based on the internationally acclaimed novel by master storyteller John Le Carré. This suspenseful thriller follows Jonathan Pine, as he endeavours to bring down the notorious arms dealer Richard Roper. Described as “the worst man in the world”, Roper is also responsible for the murder of Pine’s lover, Sophie. Pine is recruited to create a new identity and infiltrate Roper’s secret world of unthinkable power and wealth. His mission to bring Roper to justice, however, is jeopardized when a turf war within British intelligence puts the mission and his life at risk.
4.6
231 reviews
Paul Dunworth
December 4, 2017
Really well written and adapted from the book. The main actors don't just portray their characters, they become them. Filled with edge of the seat suspense as the story twists and turns through locations around the globe. Be warned, once you start you'll be hooked! Binge worthy series.
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Lindell Hamilton
November 14, 2016
Twists, turns, suprises, angst, deep intrigue. The list goes on. Something to definitely watch if you enjoy great acting and thrilling storyline. Very real!
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Chris McCorkindale
July 1, 2016
Brilliant production. Suspenseful without crazy special effects. Well paced across 6 episodes. Tried to watch one episode per night. But just had to watch 5 & 6 in one go! Highly enjoyable.
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