Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol: Everything you need to know about the new TV series

The third Dan Brown novel featuring Da Vinci Code symbologist Robert Langdon has been adapted for a new TV series. Find out who’s in the cast and how you can watch it.

By Becky Gamester-Newton Published: 10 November 2021 - 10.06am
Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol

Dan Brown’s novels about symbologist Robert Langdon were a huge hit in the noughties – and after The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons and Inferno were given the feature-length treatment with films starring Tom Hanks, his third Langdon novel, The Lost Symbol, has been turned into a TV series.

Find out who’s in the cast, what to expect from the plot and how you can watch the show in the UK.

What’s The Lost Symbol about?

Ashley Zukerman as Robert Langdon in The Lost Symbol

Young symbologist Robert Langdon must solve deadly puzzles to try and discover the location of his mentor, who has gone missing after his severed hand was found in the Capitol Building in Washington DC. He also finds himself debunking a global conspiracy theory at the same time.

The thriller is set many years before the events of Dan Brown’s most popular novel, The Da Vinci Code.

The Lost Symbol cast

Ashley Zukerman as Robert Langdon and Eddie Izzard as Peter Solomon in The Lost Symbol

Ashley Zukerman – who Succession fans will recognise as Shiv’s lover Nate - stars as Robert Langdon, while Eddie Izzard plays his academic mentor Peter Solomon.

Other main cast members include Valorie Curry as Peter’s daughter Katherine, Beau Knapp as the mysterious Mal’akh, Rick Gonzalez as Capitol police officer Alfonso Nuñez and Sumalee Montano as Inoue Sato, CIA security director.

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Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol trailer

You can get a taster of the series by watching the official trailer:

How to watch Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol in the UK

Watch Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol on Sky Max with a NOW Entertainment Membership from November 18.

 

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