Peacock announces release date for Dan Brown’s ‘The Lost Symbol’ TV show.

In the nick of time, they bring Robert Langdon back in. However, television is just getting started with the world’s most famous symbologist. In addition to a new teaser, Peacock has also announced a release date for The Lost Symbol, based on Dan Brown’s best-selling novel of the same name. It’s been a few years since Tom Hanks last appeared as a Harvard professor in Inferno, but now that novel is finally coming to life. A new episode of Peacock’s The Lost Symbol will air on September 16.

When police investigators are baffled by obscure facts in a crime investigation, world-famous symbologist Robert Langdon is called in to help. The inquiry reveals a conspiracy that sparked a lot of debate when The Da Vinci Code was initially released.

Ashley Zukerman will now portray Langdon, a considerably younger version of the character. There’s mysterious artwork, action sequences that look like they belong in a feature film, and, of course, a world of symbols. For Langdon to save his mentor and foil a sinister worldwide plot, he must solve a series of lethal puzzles.

Dan Brown, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard are executive producers of The Lost Symbol TV series and Dan Brown, who wrote the novel series. Neben Zukerman, the cast includes Valorie Curry, Sumalee Montano, Rick Gonzalez, Eddie Izzard, and Beau Knapp, among other actors.

Aside from maintaining faithful to its inspiration, The Lost Symbol offers a blank canvas for its creators to flesh out Robert Langdon’s exploits. The show’s producers include Brown, Brian Grazer, and Ron Howard, who also directed the Tom Hanks-starring film adaptations. As a result, Inferno was chosen instead of The Lost Symbol to be the next blockbuster picture in the Robert Langdon series. A youthful Robert will crack the code in The Lost Symbol on September 16.


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