She’s rocking this new role! Wednesday actress Emma Myers has been filming the upcoming TV adaptation of the Young Adult novel A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, and looking good while doing it.

It was announced in June 2023, that the Netflix star would be taking on the role of Pip Fitz-Amobi in the forthcoming BBC series based on the book series of the same name by Holly Jackson.

“Thank you so much to @hojay92 for trusting me with Pip,” Emma captioned her Instagram announcement at the time. “So excited for this.”

The show, just like the book, is set to follow the story of Pip, an amateur detective who has a lot of questions about a murder that previously occurred in her town.

“Five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by her boyfriend Sal Singh. Case closed. The police know he did it. Everyone in town knows he did it,” the BBC‘s official description of the show read. “But smart and single minded Pip Fitz-Amobi isn’t so sure and she’s determined to prove it. And if Sal Singh isn’t a murderer and the real killer is still out there, how far will they go to keep Pip from the truth?”

Other than Emma’s lead role, Zain Iqbal has been cast as Ravi. Fiona Campbell, the Controller of Youth Audience, BBC iPlayer and BBC Three, revealed that “Emma and Zain we’ve found two actors who embody the characters so perfectly it will feel as though they’ve stepped straight from the pages of Holly’s books on to our screens,” in a June 2023 statement. “I can’t wait for BBC Three viewers to see them in action.”

Asha Banks is also set to star as Cara Ward, while Yali Topol Margalith will play Lauren Gibson, Jude Morgan-Collie will appear as Connor Reynolds and Raiko Gohara as Zach Chen.

While no release date has been announced just yet, the show has been filming in Somerset in England, according to various photos of the cast on set.

Click through our gallery to see photos of Emma as Pip on the A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder set. 

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