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The powerful, critically acclaimed drama returns with Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston, The Great Train Robbery) and Detective Constable Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure, Broadchurch) back on the trail of corrupt police officers. After a criminal is shot dead during a police raid, the AC-12 team begins examining the conduct of Sergeant Danny Waldron (Daniel Mays, The Great Fire), leader of an elite unit. But Waldron's loyal team obstructs the investigation, and the truth about the shooting proves more complicated than Arnott and Fleming could ever have imagined.
Hailed as explosive (Mirror, UK) and thrilling entertainment (The Times, UK), Series 3 delivers unbeatable, utterly unpredictable viewing (The Telegraph, UK). Adrian Dunbar (Ashes to Ashes) and Polly Walker (Rome, Prisoner's Wives) also star, with Keeley Hawes (MI-5, Ashes to Ashes) reprising her role as enigmatic DI Lindsay Denton. 6 episodes, 6 ½ hours, 3 DVDs, SDH.
When a criminal is shot dead by a police armed response unit, AC-12 gather evidence that suggest it was a deliberate killing rather than self-defense.
The armed response unit comes under additional scrutiny and a team member makes a shocking discovery, with his own past catching up with him.
Varying stories do not convince the team of someone's guilt.
Fresh testimony launches AC-12 back on the trail of a corrupt officer with links to organized crime.
AC-12s loyalties are divided.
One of their own is arrested for murder but continues to protest his innocence. An undercover operation unveils unexpected facts and may hold the key to their team member's innocence.
|Run Time:||401 minutes|
|Starring:||Martin Compston; Vicky McClure; Daniel Mays|
|Cast:||Martin Compston, Vicky McClure, Daniel Mays, Adrian Dunbar, Polly Walker, Keeley Hawes|
|Editorial Reviews:||<p>Visceral crime thriller <em>Daily Express</em> (UK)</p> <p>Stomach-clenchingly tense <em>The Guardian</em> (UK)</p> <p>Explosive <em>Mirror</em> (UK)</p> <p>Thrilling entertainment <em>The Times</em> (UK)</p> <p>Unbeatable, utterly unpredictable viewing <em>The Telegraph</em> (UK)</p>|
|Number of Discs:||3 Discs|