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Image caption Davies recently adapted War and Peace for BBC One.The House of Cards writer said he was "thrilled to have the opportunity of doing real justice at last" to Hugo's "huge, iconic title".Harvey Weinstein, who will distribute the series in the US and China through his Weinstein Television company, said the series would be "completely different" from the stage show.
The US producer said the "modern and yet respectful" adaptation would be "an intense and serious drama that will find contemporary relevance to what's going on in the world today".A previous BBC dramatisation which aired in 1967 starred Frank Finlay as Jean Valjean, the heroic ex-convict at the centre of the narrative.Image caption Vivian MacKerell and Cavan Kendall in the BBC's 1967 dramatisation of Les Miserables.
Davies first revealed he was working on the project in February, saying Weinstein's involvement would mean "a huge chunk of American money".Said we could do this with or without the BBC he told the Telegraph."There are so many places you can go these days."But I would always want to be on the BBC on a Sunday night.It's my absolute favourite place.".
The 79-year-old's other TV dramas include Mr Selfridge, The Line of Beauty and his 1995 version of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.Follow us on Twitter @bbcnewsEnts, on Instagram at bbcnewsents, or email.