The Singapore Grip shows the comfortable life of a British family in 1940s Singapore as it’s violently disrupted in the new six-part drama, currently showing on streaming service Britbox. Based on the 1978 novel by the late Irish author JG Farrell, it follows Walter and Sylvie Blackett.
Where can I watch Singapore Grip?
Currently you are able to watch “The Singapore Grip” streaming on ITV Hub, BritBox Amazon Channel, BritBox, Virgin TV Go, ITV Amazon Channel or buy it as download on Amazon Video.
What channel is Singapore grip on?
When is The Singapore Grip on TV tonight? Episode six of The Singapore Grip is airing on ITV on Sunday, October 18, 2020, at 9pm. There is a total of six episodes, which will broadcast weekly. The series is executive produced by Damien Timmer, the man behind series such as Poldark, Victoria and Endeavour.
Is Singapore grip on Netflix?
07.Is The Singapore Grip on Netflix? No The Singapore Grip is not available on Netflix.
How many episodes are there in Singapore Grip?
The Singapore Grip (TV series)
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|Executive producer||Damien Timmer|
What is the story of Singapore Grip?
The Singapore Grip is a satirical book about events following Japan’s entry into the Second World War by invading South East Asia and swiftly occupying Singapore. The story centres on a British family who control one of the colony’s leading trading companies.
Is there a series 2 of The Singapore Grip?
Sadly, there’s no plans for a second season of The Singapore Grip. … It’s an adaptation of J G Farrell’s novel, which was part of a trilogy, The Singapore Grip novel was the final book in said trilogy.
Where can I watch Singapore Grip in Australia?
Stream The Singapore Grip with BINGE
Every episode from season 1 of The Singapore Grip can also be watched with Australia’s newest streaming service, BINGE. BINGE is offering a 14 day free trial for new customers and will televise every new episode of The Singapore Grip, in both SD and HD.
Is The Singapore Grip based on a true story?
The Singapore Grip is intended to be a satire of British colonialism seeking to mock imperialism through the pomposity and arrogance of its characters. While the main players in the show are fictitious, the historical events are very real and did take place.
How did The Singapore Grip end?
The sixth and final episode of ITV’s The Singapore Grip brings the story to a close – and, suitably for a series adapted from JG Farrell’s satirical novel about the British Empire, it ends with the business-minded Blacketts getting away to safety, while Matthew Webb (Luke Treadaway) is taken as a prisoner-of-war and …
Has Singapore Grip finished?
The Singapore Grip came to an end on Sunday evening
Very few characters you cared about. Exceptions were Major Archer and Vera who brought luminosity to the role. Wonder whether it was true to the book?”