An international cast, including Dennis Quaid and The Killing’s Sofie Grabol, face a chilling Arctic threat in the second series of this ambitious, big-budget thriller…
He’s the Northern Irish actor who started out as a musician and model before breaking into TV and film. In addition to the Fifty Shades trilogy, he recently starred with Cillian Murphy in the World War 2 thriller Anthropoid, but his defining role is as serial killer Paul Spector in the acclaimed BBC series, The Fall.
After their mind-twisting Victorian Adventure, sherlock holmes And John watson finally return for A full series that promises pure evil, parenthood And a canine companion. But is moriarty really Alive?Crime Scene Joins the stars on-set, in search of clues to this much-Anticipated fourth season…
The First Detective
Sherlock holmes may be the world’s most famous detective, but an equally impressive fictional Sleuth beat him into print by almost two decades. Jake kerridge makes the case for Sergeant cuff, hero of the british detective novel’s debut, wilkie collins’ The MoonsTone.
She’s the Danish actor who made her breakthrough as detective Sarah Lund in The Killing, which ran for three seasons. It also inspired a TV comedy cameo in Absolutely Fabulous and a role in the US version of the Scandi crime smash. Ten years on from The Killing, she’s starring in Sky’s Arctic-set thriller Fortitude.
Back To The Beach
As it returns for a third and final series, broadchurch introduces a brand new case for its detective duo. Crime scene goes behind the scenes with the cast at the seaside shoot for the shocking conclusion to a landmark tv drama.
She’s one of the most iconic characters in TV drama – mould-breaking female detective Jane Tennison. Crime Scene meets Stefanie Martini as she takes on the role for gritty ITV prequel Prime Suspect 1973.