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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
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

The psychological thriller examines the lives of two hunters -- one is a serial killer who preys on victims in and around Belfast, Northern Ireland, and the other is a female detective drafted from the London Metropolitan Police to catch him. The local authorities have no suspects and no experience with cases involving sexually motivated serial killers; DSI Stella Gibson has. She heads a task force dedicated to solving the crime spree, with a simple motto: Anyone not part of the solution is part of the problem. The killer? He's Paul Spector, a father and a husband leading a double life, as viewers learn from the outset. He's hiding in plain sight, the protagonist in a cat and mouse game that is every police officer's worst nightmare.

Country: United Kingdom, Ireland

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: May 12, 2013

Also Known As: La caza, Падіння |  See more »

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

Genres

Plot Keywords

detective
serial killer
psychological thriller
police detective

Company Credits

Production Co: Artists Studio, BBC Northern Ireland

Cast

John Lynch
as ACC Jim Burns/ACC Burns
Vanessa Emme
as Dr Doyle
Bobby Marno
as Delta
Andy Moore
as Terry McInturff
Kelly Campbell
as Dr Morton
Antoinette Morelli
as Miss Fender/Teacher
Séainín Brennan
as Liz Tyler
Dearbhail Lynch
as Call Handler
Shashi Rami
as Dr King
Una Carroll
as Journalist
Krister Henriksson
as Dr Larson
William Willoughby
as Joseph Brawley
Michael McElhatton
as DI Rob Breedlove
Karen Hassan
as Annie Brawley
Genevieve O'Reilly
as Kinkead
B.J. Hogg
as Ian Kay
Nick Lee
as Ned Callan
Alex Romein
as Lang
Gemma McCorry
as Alice Monroe
Lucy McConnell
as Angelica
Jessica Odell
as Task Force Officer
Frank McCusker
as DCI Garrett Brink
Colin Morgan
as DS Anderson/DS Tom Anderson
Barry Barnes
as DPP George Lowden
Jonjo O'Neill
as Tom Stagg
Griffin Madill
as Jarret
Carolyn Bracken
as Amelia Tobias
Richard Clements
as DC Rick Turner/DC Turner
Sean McGinley
as Father Jensen
Tara Lynne O'Neill
as Dean/Martina Dean
Michael Johnston
as Dr Perry
Johnny Hamilton
as Uniformed Police Officer
Roisin Gallagher
as DC Taylor/Emer Taylor
Niamh McGrady
as PC Danielle Ferrington/PC Ferrington
Chris Patrick-Simpson
as Nurse Ritchie
Tara Egan Langley
as Fiona
Graeme Peacock
as Shopper
Tara Lee
as Daisy Drake
Jim Dornan
as Porter
Aisling Franciosi
as Katie Benedetto
Amy Molloy
as Nurse Lyle
Tobias Winter
as Rossmeisl
Robbie Beggs
as Surveillance Officer
Gerard McCarthy
as Kevin McSwain/McSwain
Jill Crawford
as Alison O'Brien
Tony Flynn
as Dolan
Dan Gordon
as Xray 1
Stefan Dunbar
as Nurse Catherwood
Chris Corrigan
as Bill Nash
Marty Maguire
as Gaoler
Kevin Elliott
as Foyle Receptionist
Lisa Duffy
as Forensic Scientist
Denise Gough
as Dr Walden
Conor MacNeill
as Bailey
Cathy White
as Nurse Nixon
Lisa Dwyer Hogg
as Marion Kay
Vincent Walsh
as Custody Sergeant
John Donaldson
as Pianist
Sinead Murphy
as Vicky Olsen
Sarah Beattie
as Olivia Spector
Aoibhin Garrihy
as Lyndsey Conklin
Tim Loane
as DI Ged Green
Simon Delaney
as Jerry McElroy
Michael Ford-FitzGerald
as RRV Paramedic
Paul Kennington
as Spook
Gerard Jordan
as Brian Stone
Judith Roddy
as Dr. Manson
Ali White
as Shannon
Ivan Little
as Neighbour
Laura Hughes
as Head Teacher
Kelly Gough
as PC Hagstrom/DC Hagstrom
Patrick Buchanan
as Foyle Nurse
Desmond Edwards
as Tactical Support Group
Barry Ward
as Dr Spencer
Laura Donnelly
as Sarah Kay
Ben Peel
as DS James Olson
Aisling Bea
as Nurse Sheridan
Robert Blair
as Paramedic
Gillian Anderson
as DSI Stella Gibson/Stella Gibson
Orla Mullan
as Control
Roman Beguns
as Task Force Detective
Paul Caddell
as Crime Scene Manager
Siobhan McSweeney
as Mary McCurdy
Julia Dearden
as CC Goodall
Shane McNaughton
as David Lukes
Timothy Fergusson
as Bar Patron/Hoodie/Refuge Collector
Richard Coyle
as Dr O'Donnell
Sophie Harkness
as Jnr Dr McLeary
Barbara Adair
as Old Lady
Jamie Dornan
as Paul Spector
Ruth Bradley
as Wallace
Stuart Graham
as DCI Matthew Eastwood/DCI Eastwood
Hugh Irvine
as CSI Officer
Luke Whoriskey
as Toby
Ruairí Tohill
as Mitchell
Patrick O'Kane
as Charles Chandler
Brian Milligan
as James Tyler
Hugh O'Conor
as Dr Lucas
Eugene O'Hare
as Aaron Monroe
Bronagh Taggart
as DC Gail McNally/DC McNally
Paul Kennedy
as Stephen Jennings/Jennings
Liam McMahon
as Michael Day
Matthew Forsythe
as Court Clerk
Amanda Doherty
as Klira
Simon Millar
as Forensic
Aidan McArdle
as Healy
Omar Youssef
as Internet Cafe Customer
Emma Little Lawless
as Nurse Gregory
Enda Oates
as Warmouth
Dorian Johnson
as Pedestrian
Sofia Smyth Fuentes
as Nancy Stagg
Sara Dylan
as Receptionist
Kristy Robinson
as Crime Scene Investigator
Aaron Rolph
as Police Officer
Jonny Everett
as Bar Customer
Mary Lindsay
as Nurse Sadoway
Michael Colgan
as Sheldon Schwartz
Joanne Crawford
as Joan Jennings
Frank Cannon
as Plain Clothes Police Officer
Bronagh Waugh
as Sally Ann Spector
Brenda McNeill
as Newsreader
David Beattie
as Liam Spector
Lacy Moore
as Lisa Benedetto
Claire Rafferty
as DC Christine Larkin/DC Larkin
Irma Mali
as Angella
Archie Panjabi
as Prof. Reed Smith
Sean Sloan
as Greenfield
Andrea Irvine
as District Judge
Martin McCann
as Alvarez
Patrick FitzSymons
as CC Franks
Valene Kane
as Rose Stagg
Pauline Hutton
as Lisa Benedetto
Emmett J Scanlan
as DC Glen Martin/DC Martin
Ian McElhinney
as Morgan Monroe

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2013 | 5 Episodes

Season 2
Season 3

2016 | 6 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Crime Thriller Awards, UK 2013

Nominee

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best Leading Actress

Nominee

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best TV Drama, Serial or Season

Nominee

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best TV Drama, Serial or Season

BAFTA Awards 2014

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Leading Actor

Nominee

BAFTA Awards

Best Mini-Series

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