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The Night Manager: Miniseries Review - IGN

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It's been 25 years since a John le Carré novel was adapted for television rather than film (1991's A Murder of Quality). It's a little surprising given how difficult it is to compress these dense tales of espionage and Cold War-era spycraft into a two-hour film. But this being the golden age of television and all, the time has never been better to end the le Carré drought. The Night Manager certainly helps make up for lost time as it weaves a gorgeous, suspenseful tale of an unlikely spy trying to bring down the so-called "world's most dangerous man."

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