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Suspects: Series 3 and 4

Suspects: Series 3 and 4

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Detectives Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley, Cold Feet), Jack Weston (Damien Molony, Being Human), and Charlie Steele (Clare-Hope Ashitey, Children of Men) are back to solve a series of all-new mysteries in contemporary London. From an arson attack that leaves a teenager fighting for his life to a copycat murder that could be the work of a serial killer, Martha and her team work tirelessly to expose the truth behind each crime. Filmed from an eyewitness perspective with improvised dialogue, this one-of-a-kind procedural delivers an immersive, authentic look at police investigations, hailed as “a fresh take on the usual cop show” (The Sun, UK).
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Detectives Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley, Cold Feet), Jack Weston (Damien Molony, Being Human), and Charlie Steele (Clare-Hope Ashitey, Children of Men) are back to solve a series of all-new mysteries in contemporary London. From an arson attack that leaves a teenager fighting for his life to a copycat murder that could be the work of a serial killer, Martha and her team work tirelessly to expose the truth behind each crime. Filmed from an eyewitness perspective with improvised dialogue, this one-of-a-kind procedural delivers an immersive, authentic look at police investigations, hailed as “a fresh take on the usual cop show” (The Sun, UK).
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Format: DVD
Run Time: 365 mins
Number of Discs: 2
Region: Region 1
Series/Season: 3 & 4
UPC Code : 054961248391
Cast: Fay Ripley, Damien Molony, Clare-Hope Ashitey, Christian Brassington, Arpit Chaudhary, Lee Nicholas Harris, Phoenix James, Vauxhall Jermaine, Martyn Mayger, Richard Banks, Chris Martin Hill, Morris Minelli, Stephen McDade, Lenora Crichlow, Perry Fitzpatrick
Editorial Reviews: ”Absolutely cracking drama” —Daily Mail (UK)

“A fresh take on the usual cop show” —The Sun (UK)

“Involving” —The Daily Telegraph (UK)

“Fresh, very different” —Daily Mail (UK)
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