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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Market Travelability
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Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
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About this title

Storyline

John Luther is a police detective, and a very good one. He deals with murder cases, often involving serial killers, and has a knack for getting inside the mind of the killer. However, his methods, personality and troubled private life often get him into strife with his superiors, leading some to regard him as the problem rather than the solution.

Official Sites: Official Facebook, Official Wikipedia

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: October 17, 2010

Also Known As: Luther (televisieserie), Liuteris |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

london, england
self-destruction
psychopath
detective

Company Credits

Production Co: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), BBC Studios

Cast

Lorraine Hilton
as June Segar
Andrew Tiernan
as Richard Henley
Stephen Boxer
as Joe Shepherd
Nicholas Asbury
as DCI Woodgate
Ben Abell
as Sean Woodward
Annabel Bates
as Tara Black
Jamie Martin
as Boothe
Katie Hardwick
as Monika Poole
Mick Slaney
as Injured Office Victim
Katie Brayben
as Penny Leyton
Aimee-Ffion Edwards
as Jenny Jones
Laura Pyper
as Jodie
Lee Ingleby
as Cameron Pell
Rob Jarvis
as Graham Shand
James Puddephatt
as Steve Kimble
Sean Pertwee
as Terry Lynch
Rupert Procter
as Terrence Conran
Louise Rose
as Corrine Day
Franckie Williams
as Police Officer
Ellie Haddington
as DCS Linda Carroway
Teresa Mahoney
as Attacked Passenger
Karl Farrer
as Consultant Surgeon
Pam Ferris
as Baba
Alex Moore
as Onlooker
Lasco Atkins
as Execution Spectator
Dilyana Bouklieva
as Office Worker
Vincent Vermignon
as Monsieur Awaritefe
John Heffernan
as Steven Rose
Thomas Lockyer
as James Carrodus
Hamza Jeetooa
as Depak Chandrapal
David Dawson
as Toby Kent
Billy Mansell
as Cornelius' Men
Selin Hizli
as Stacey Bell
Richard Herdman
as Uniform Police Officer
Lizzie Hopley
as Dr. Joy Harris
Ruth Wilson
as Alice Morgan
Robert Bannon
as Andy King
Alan Williams
as Frank Hodge
Alexandra Moen
as Eve
Clem So
as Drug Dealer
Steven Robertson
as Nicholas Millberry/Robert Millberry
Sam Spruell
as Owen Lynch
Ryan Calais Cameron
as Steve Meredith
Tommy French
as Declan Segar
Stacey Sampson
as Claire Weldon
Andrew Burford
as Emil
Roberta Taylor
as Celia Lavender
Oliver Stark
as Shaun Butler
Derek Lea
as Police Officer
Andreea Paduraru
as Ileana
Julie Teal
as Mindy/Miriam
Gemma Lawrence
as Maxine
Catherine Balavage
as Hoodie
Rachel Hankey
as Emily Hammond
Jamie Richards
as Richard Gardiner
Brett Fancy
as Paul Hoby
Ross Carter
as SSU Detective
Eleanor Hafner
as Eleanor Cadman
Geraldine Roy
as Amrita
Dermot Crowley
as DSU Martin Schenk/DCI Martin Schenk
Nikki Amuka-Bird
as DCI Erin Gray/DS Erin Gray
Jason Julien-Connage
as Reni
Ben Probert
as Suited Man
Saskia Reeves
as DSU Rose Teller
Shaun Mason
as Sean 'Beanie' Beamish
Ania Sowinski
as Evangeline Nixon
Glen Stanway
as Police Constable/Desk Sergeant
Catherine Hamilton
as Kirsten Ross
Simon Wilson
as Dr. Joe Green
Glenn Webster
as SCO19 Armed Police Officer/Paramedic
Geoffrey Lumb
as PC Steve Gorman
Andrew Mullan
as Alastair Cornelius
Katharine Orchard
as Claire Evans
Patrick Malahide
as George Cornelius
Indira Varma
as Zoe Luther
Golda Rosheuvel
as Sally Thomas
Mark Rowley
as Callum
Oliver Raymond Maule
as Officer
Darren Charles
as Office Worker
Janette Sharpe
as Police Officer/Paramedic
Joel Stubbs
as Alastair Morley
Idris Elba
as DCI John Luther
Matthew Marsh
as DCSU Russell Cornish
Diveen Henry
as PC Jenny Hanson
Ned Dennehy
as William Carney
Celine Jedidi
as Office Secretary
Paul Rhys
as Lucien Burgess
Danny Lee Wynter
as Tom Meyer
Ross McCall
as Daniel Sugarman
Mark Carey
as Jimmy Segar
Selva Rasalingam
as Craig Lane
Nigel Genis
as Ex Convict
Michael Obiora
as Errol Minty
Kierston Wareing
as Caroline Jones
Matthew David McCarthy
as City Worker
Jami Reid-Quarrell
as James Hauser
Mike Parish
as Office Manager
Anton Valensi
as Henry Madsen
David O'Hara
as DSU George Stark
Bryony Afferson
as Candice Calvert
Hermione Norris
as Vivien Lake/Vivian Lake
Anna Brewster
as Abby
Vic Waghorn
as Police Officer
Lucian Msamati
as Ken Barnaby
Charlotte Pyke
as Roberta Wise
Enzo Cilenti
as Jeremy Lake
Ash Rizi
as Mohan Rai
Lewis Young
as William Lucas
Donatienne Dupont
as Jessica Carrodus
Maria Miles
as Tessa Barnaby
Darren Boyd
as DCI Theo Bloom
Delroy Atkinson
as Derek Hayes
Steven Mackintosh
as DCI Ian Reed
Nicola Walker
as Linda Shand
Lex Daniel
as Ronald Massey
Michael Smiley
as Benny Silver/Benny 'Deadhead' Silver/DS Benny Silver
Anthony Howell
as Palmer
Lee Nicholas Harris
as Office Worker/Paramediic
Matti Houghton
as Layla
Stephen Hawke
as Riot Police Officer
Gary Hailes
as Donnie McKinney
Mark Shrimpton
as Prison Guard
Wunmi Mosaku
as Detective Sgt. Catherine Halliday/DS Catherine Halliday
Elliot Cowan
as Tom Marwood
Hannah Bourne
as Katie Woodward
John Albasiny
as Andrei Kolchak
Emma Fischer
as Hannah Woodward
Paul Blackwell
as Police Officer/Police officer
Chris Cowlin
as Police Officer
Orlessa Altass
as Ayesha
Hiten Patel
as PC Singh
Sienna Guillory
as Mary Day
Graham Turner
as Patrick Holguin
Gary Shelford
as PC Mardel
Sonita Henry
as Daria Shubik
Laura Haddock
as Megan Cantor
Steven O'Neill
as Simon Tipton
Joanna Croll
as Chloe Morley
Jason Crane
as Cornelius Henchman
Simone James
as Mel Cornelius
Babou Ceesay
as Adewale Omotoso
Johann Myers
as Dennis Keaton
Obi Okeke
as Medic
Atul Sharma
as Indian Shopkeeper
Matt Sproit
as Cornelius Henchman/Cornelious Henchman
Warren Brown
as DS Justin Ripley
Luke Ward-Wilkinson
as Owen Woodward
Jamie Glover
as Tim
Jeff Lipman
as Police Officer
Kevin Fuller
as Paul Ellis
Chris Wilson
as Ambulance Paramedic/Police Firearms Officer/Police Officer
Mark Redguard
as Policeman
Carmen Kelly
as Luther's PA
Sasha Behar
as Dani Lane
Georgina French
as Natalie Green
Alexander Morton
as Bill Winingham
Rose Leslie
as DS Emma Lane
Keeley Forsyth
as Wilson
Luke Westlake
as Lee Peck
Paul McGann
as Mark North
Michelle Duncan
as Kiera Mills
Nigel Cooke
as Ronald Bryson
Michael Shaeffer
as Gordon Murray
Okorie Chukwu
as PC Alistair Fulford
Jason Riddington
as Alan Ramsey

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

2011 | 4 Episodes

Season 3

2013 | 4 Episodes

Season 4

2015 | 2 Episodes

Season 5

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Crime Thriller Awards, UK 2010

Nominee

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best Supporting Actress

Satellite Awards 2010

Nominee

Satellite Awards

Best Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television

Nominee

Satellite Awards

Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television

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