Tom Felton’s “Labyrinth” this weekend on Channel 4 in the UK

As we mentioned here last week, Tom’s TV mini-series “Labyrinth” will be aired this weekend on Channel 4 in the UK.

AIRDATES:
Labyrinth part 1 – Saturday, 30th March 2013 – 9 pm (Channel 4)
Labyrinth part 2 – Sunday, 31st March 2013 – 9 pm (Channel 4)

Labyritnh part 1 & 2 – Saturday, 6th April 2013 – 12.10 am (4seven)

Channel 4 has released some promotional images for the TV premiere. Please click here and scroll down. Cultbox.co.uk has uploaded some of the pics in larger.

 

 

Labyrinth will be released in the UK on DVD.
You can pre-order the DVD (with Making of) -  here  – (DVD region 2) on amazon.co.uk .
It seems that also a French dubbed version of the film is on the DVD.

 

Labyrinth – official Website / Labyrinth on facebook

Tandem Communications – official Website / Tandem Communications – Labyrinth on YouTube

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www.labyrinth-tv.com
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