AMC released a new trailer for “The Little Drummer Girl,” a spy-thriller coming to the network later this fall. U.S. viewers will get a three-night television screening, all starting with a two-hour episode on November 19th. Additional two-hour episodes will air on consecutive nights.

The limited-series is based on John le Carré’s best-selling novel of the same name, “The Little Drummer Girl” is a six-part miniseries starring Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winner Alexander Skarsgård (“Big Little Lies”) as Becker, twice Academy Award-nominated and Tony-nominated Michael Shannon (The Shape of Water, Nocturnal Animals) as Kurtz and BAFTA-nominated Florence Pugh (Lady Macbeth) as Charlie.

The network teased the adaptation stating, “Blurring the fine lines between love and hate; truth and fiction; and right and wrong; “The Little Drummer Girl” weaves a suspenseful and explosive story of espionage and high-stakes international intrigue.” Set in the late 1970s, the thriller follows Charlie (Pugh), an actress and idealist whose resolve is tested after she meets the mysterious Becker (Skarsgård,) while on holiday in Greece. It quickly becomes apparent that his intentions are not what they seem, and her encounter with him entangles her in a complex plot devised by the spy mastermind Kurtz (Shannon). Charlie takes on the role as a double agent while remaining uncertain of her own loyalties.

“The Little Drummer Girl,” which comes from the executive producers of the Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning series “The Night Manager,” marks the television debut of visionary filmmaker Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, The Handmaiden, Stoker) and was filmed at locations including the streets of London and Prague.

Fans of the original novel can set a reminder to catch the adaptation this November, only on AMC.

The series is financed and produced by The Ink Factory in partnership with 127 Wall and co-producers the BBC and AMC. Simon and Stephen Cornwell serve as Executive Producers alongside Joe Tsai, Arthur Wang, Park Chan-wook, Wonjo Jeong, Michael Lesslie and John le Carré. Mona Qureshi is the Executive Producer for the BBC and Kristin Jones for AMC. Laura Hastings-Smith (Howards End, Macbeth, Hunger) serves as Producer and the series is written by Michael Lesslie and Claire Wilson. International rights are being handled by Endeavor Content.