Posted June 07, 2019 12:11:59A new episode of the BBC’s hit television series “The Adventures Of The Black Widow” has been shown in Australia and is getting rave reviews from fans.
The episode, entitled “The Black Widow”, was filmed in Melbourne on Friday, with its official debut in Australia on July 1.
The premiere episode, titled “The Red Spy”, featured the Black Spy, the daughter of the spy chief of the Secret Police, and is the first of four episodes to be shown in the US.
The BBC has also revealed that it is looking to film a second episode, dubbed “The Scarlet Spy”, in the country and it has also released a teaser trailer.
“We are really excited about the fact that this new episode is coming to Australia and we are really looking forward to the opportunity to bring it to the viewers,” said David Silverman, Executive Producer at the BBC.
“We have been in discussions with the Australian Government about doing the film there and we’re really looking at it and we’ve got great ideas for what we might do in Australia.”
The Black Spy is the daughter and niece of the late Chief Spy General Tony Stark and the son of the main character, Tony Stark.
The episode is a remake of the series from the 1980s starring Bruce Willis as the villainous Tony Stark, with Julia Roberts, Kate Mara, Christopher Eccleston, and Samuel L. Jackson.
The series has been nominated for nine Emmys and six Golden Globes.
The Black Wife was one of the most popular shows in the 1950s and ’60s, with a cult following in Australia.
The film starred Julia Roberts and Kate Mara as the titular spy wife and daughter and was based on a short story by Stephen Baxter.
The original version of the show, titled The Black Spy , starred Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johansson.
The show has been remade several times, with the latest remakes focusing on the character of the wife, Elizabeth (Scarlett Johansson).
The show starred Robert Redford, and was a hit with audiences in the UK.
The plotline for the series was originally set in 1950s New York, but the show was changed in the ’70s to focus on the Black Wife.
The producers of the new episode, which is set in the 1930s, were given permission to change the show to a modern day setting and the series has received praise from fans for its portrayal of the 1930’s espionage thriller.
It has also been praised for its dramatic performances by Samuel L Jackson and Elizabeth.
A sequel is also in the works.