Apr 29, 2015 · With Silas Carson, Joe Hurst, Michael Gambon, Rory Kinnear. The citizens of the small British town of Pagford fight for the spot on the parish council after Barry Fairbrother (Rory Kinnear) dies.
The Casual Vacancy is a 2015 British miniseries based on the 2012 novel of the same title by J. K. Rowling. Directed by Jonny Campbell and written by Sarah Phelps, the series premiered on 15 February 2015 on BBC One in the United Kingdom and on 29 April 2015 on HBO in the United States.
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It was still an enjoyable story, but very different from the book. It's like Martin's "Songs of Ice and Fire" verses "The Game of Thrones" series. The show is good, but can't really be compared to the books. "A Casual Vacancy" is along the same lines. It's totally worth it for fans of the book.
The Casual Vacancy: Season 1 58% Critics Consensus: HBO's adaptation of J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy is mostly dull, heavy-handed, and predictable, although it possesses a few touching moments.
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The Casual Vacancy is a 2012 Lit Fic novel by J. K. Rowling, and her first book outside of the Harry Potter-verse. It's 20 Minutes into the Past , and the little English town of Pagford is in shock. Barry Fairbrother, a popular member of the local parish council , has dropped dead of a brain aneurysm on his wedding anniversary.
The Casual Vacancy is a TV series adaptation of J.K. Rowling's first novel for adults. Thought-provoking and constantly surprising, it's a dark and moving drama with elements of both comedy and tragedy.
The Casual Vacancy is a 2012 novel written by J. K. Rowling. The book was published worldwide by the Little, Brown Book Group on 27 September 2012. A paperback edition was released on 23 July 2013. It was Rowling's first publication since the Harry Potter series, her first apart from that series, and her first novel for adult readership.