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October 21, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
Criminal Justice (IN)’s
home country is:
IndiaIndia
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Demand Score

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Average Demand for Criminal Justice (IN) is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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Criminal Justice (IN) ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Criminal Justice (IN) has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Series 1 follows Ben Coulter who is accused of committing a crime that he has no recollection of after a drunken and drug-filled night out. Series 2 follows Juliet through the criminal justice system after she stabs her abusive husband.

Country: India

Status: Ended

Language: Hindi

Release Date: January 2, 2019

Also Known As: criminal justice (IN), Skoteini ypothesi |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Finland (K-16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

courtroom
accused of murder

Company Credits

Production Co: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

Cast

Bill Paterson
as Harry Box
Denis Lawson
as DCI Bill Faber
John Snowden
as Court Reporter
Michael Cochrane
as Felix Crane
Nicholas Farrell
as Painter
Eddie Marsan
as Saul
Helen Griffin
as Katherine
Tim Plester
as Paul/Pauline
Ben Whishaw
as Ben Coulter
Maxine Peake
as Juliet Miller
Rupert Procter
as Dominic Rose
Christian Roe
as John
Ike Hamilton
as PC Trussler
Jake Curran
as Bracewell
Adam Deacon
as Drug Dealer
Ella Kenion
as Prison Nurse
Charlie Creed-Miles
as Simon Ticehurst/Ticehurst
Jonathan Moore
as Sgt Francis
Blondell Taylor
as Court Clerk
Ony Uhiara
as Lola
Alice Sykes
as Ella Miller
Angus Brown
as Goaler
Michael Gamarano Singleton
as Prisoner
Kemal Sylvester
as Paramedic
Bindya Solanki
as Magistrates Clerk
Luke de Woolfson
as Stuart Napier
Holly Atkins
as PC Briggs
Douglas McFerran
as Sgt Greening
David Harewood
as Freddie Graham
Seroca Davis
as Lizzie Smith
Darrell D'Silva
as Quick
Grant Russell
as Dr. Callaghan/Professor Callaghan
Oliver Hembrough
as Dr Gerrard
Flaminia Cinque
as Prostitute
Hilary Tones
as Foster Mum
Marina Fedko-Blake
as Midwife
Madeleine Rakic-Platt
as Kate Rose
Dylan Charles
as Court Clerk
Ruth Negga
as Melanie Lloyd/Melanie
Matthew Macfadyen
as Joe Miller
Jodie McNee
as Angela
Julian Bleach
as Gaoler
Pooky Quesnel
as Alicia Rose/Amelia Rose
Petra Markham
as Family Court Judge
John Hodgkinson
as Rogers
Andrew Havill
as Magistrate
Davood Ghadami
as Josh Hughes
Don Klass
as Disruptive Youth
Zee Asha
as Reception Officer
Gary Sefton
as Dogman
Craig Gazey
as Flitcroft
Hugh Hayes
as Court Usher
Christopher James
as Prosecutor
David Annen
as Hugo Curry
Marie-France Alvarez
as Carmen
Jaye Griffiths
as Helen Marlowe
Kate Hardie
as DS Flo Sexton
Marsali Stewart
as PO Sam Brewer
Nadine Marshall
as Norma Fredericks
Naomi Capron
as Court Usher/Usher
Sandra James-Young
as Magistrate
Con O'Neill
as Stone/Ralph Stone
Jasper Jacob
as Prosecutor
Helen Schlesinger
as Gillian Kent
Zoe Telford
as Anna Klein
Steven Mackintosh
as DI Chris Sexton
Guy Henry
as Nick Holloway
David MacCreedy
as PC Brawn
Toby Alexander
as Joe/Joe Fontaine
Uriel Emil
as Doctor
Juliet Aubrey
as Mary Coulter
Graham Turner
as Gordon Bedford
James Bowers
as Court Gaolor
Vineeta Rishi
as Frances Kapoor/Frances Kapoo
David Westhead
as Barry Coulter
Daniel Betts
as Prison Governor
Michael Bertenshaw
as Medical Examiner
Bradley Gardner
as Bright
Laura Checkley
as PC Hawes
Joe Dixon
as Robert Lloyd
Richenda Carey
as Judge Ira
Pete Postlethwaite
as Hooch
Simon Startin
as Second Goalor
Johann Myers
as Roland Roy
Judy Norman
as Hart
Clare Burt
as Nurse Hulme
Warren Brown
as PO Gibby
Dominic Letts
as Charles Willis/Neighbour
Andy Godbold
as Hospital Patient
Daren Elliott Holmes
as Man at Petrol Station/Man at petrol station/Man in Petrol Station/Paul Fittipaldi
Chris Wilson
as Police Officer (2008)
Clara Onyemere
as PO Jill Laidlaw
Garry Cooper
as Ruddock
Lindsay Duncan
as Alison Slaughter
Sophie Okonedo
as Jack Woolf
Ian Peck
as Milroy
Keeley Forsyth
as Jane Grady
Sam Alexander
as PC Jeary
Tom Knight
as Court Clerk
Douglas Bunn
as Prison Guard
Andy Gathergood
as Regis
Alan McKenna
as Desk Sergeant
Bob Mercer
as Defendant

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Crime Thriller Awards, UK 2008

Nominee

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best Leading Actor

Winner

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best TV Drama, Serial or Season

Royal Television Society, UK 2008

Winner

Royal Television Society, UK

Best Tape and Film Editing: Drama

Nominee

Royal Television Society, UK

Best Sound: Drama

Winner

Royal Television Society, UK

Best Music, Original Score

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