Get a few glimpses of the production before it airs on Masterpiece on PBS.

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For months, we’ve been looking forward to the premiere of the new Les Misérables miniseries on Masterpiece on PBS. Thankfully, the wait is almost over, as the show is set to air on Sunday, April 14. (Mark your calendars.) According to PBS, “The series runs every Sunday for six weeks, with the final episode airing on Sunday, May 19.” While we’ve already seen the trailer, interviews with the cast, and a few first-look photos, we were happy to find a few more glimpses of the production at pbs.org.

Masterpiece on PBS has recently released a special feature on pbs.org offering new photos, explanations of characters and plot, and a few fresh casting details. The “Cast & Characters: Who’s Who” piece shares images of the central characters, including Jean Valjean, played by Dominic West; Javert, played by David Oyelowo; and Fantine, played by Lily Collins. These shots should tide us over in the few days left until the series premiere. See a few below.

Dominic West as Jean Valjean
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David Oyelowo as Javert
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Lily Collins as Fantine
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Visit pbs.org to see the rest of the photos, including those of Olivia Colman as Madame Thérnardier, Adeel Akhtar as Monsieur Thérnardier, Ellie Bamber as Cosette, Josh O’Connor as Marius, Erin Kellyman as Eponine, David Bradley as Gillenormand, and Donald Sumpter as Mabeuf, as well as actor bios and additional information about plot of the miniseries.

Tune into Masterpiece on PBS on Sunday, April 14, 2019, at 9/8c for the series premiere. At that time, you’ll be able to access the program on-air, online, and via a PBS Passport subscription.

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Will you tune in on Sunday, or will you catch up on the progerm after the fact with a PBS Passport subscription? What other Masterpiece on PBS series are you looking forward to watching this season?