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October 21, 2021
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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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100%
Market Travelability
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The Irregulars’s
home country is:
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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

Set in Victorian London, the series follows a gang of troubled street teens who are manipulated into solving crimes for the sinister Doctor Watson and his mysterious business partner, the elusive Sherlock Holmes.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: March 26, 2021

Also Known As: Ferajna z Baker Street, A Baker Street-i vagányok |  See more »

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

Genres

Plot Keywords

victorian england

Company Credits

Production Co: Drama Republic

Cast

Miles Mitchell
as Guard 2
Harriet Turnbull
as Carla Machin
Emma Canning
as Isabelle
Akhtar Hussain
as Middle Class Gentleman
Darci Shaw
as Jessie
Edward Hogg
as Daimler
Shane Senior
as Drill Sergeant
Colin Thompson
as Lower Class Male
Anthony Barclay
as Dave Oliver
Yui May Cheung
as Middle Class Lady
Cassie Clare
as Linda Langtree
Andrew J. Parker
as Fight Goer/Lower Class Male
Marc Cowpland
as Criminal
Patrice Naiambana
as Duke of Winchester
Tony Atherton
as Lower Class Man
Aftab Hussain
as Middle Class Gentleman
Allison Saxton
as Matron
Ameen Mustapha
as William Cooper
Richard Hulme
as Lower Class Gent
Maureen Hibbert
as Joan
Mark Hugh-Williams
as Bookie
Joy Plaquia
as Middle Class Lady
Jonjo O'Neill
as Mycroft
Sacharissa Claxton
as Dr. Renfield
Antony Barlow
as Theatre audience
Keira Chansa
as Lucy
Royce Pierreson
as John Watson
Yazzmin Newell
as Frieda
Thaddea Graham
as Bea
Arun Kapur
as First Class Gentleman In Theatre
Adam Shaw
as Paul Cambridge
Manoj Anand
as Middle Class Professor
Jonathan Cheetham
as Staring Hypnotised Man
Nicola Simonds
as First Class Lady In Theatre
Craig Shorrock
as Thomas Docker
Clarke Peters
as The Linen Man
Neilesh Ambu
as Book Seller
Dominic Carter
as Old Dock Worker
Mia Soteriou
as Mrs Brown
Darryl Bradford
as Middle Class Gentleman
Tom Godwin
as Jigsaw Man/Sammy
Tim Key
as Gregson
Craig Conway
as John Taylor
Simon Ludders
as Landlord
Sophie Robertson
as Helena
Emma Cunniffe
as Laura Machin
Gareth Bennett-Ryan
as Policeman
George Potts
as Compere
Jenny Kent
as Lower Class Woman
Lisa Dwyer Hogg
as Sister Anna
Sheila Atim
as Jean Gates/Tooth Fairy
Daniel Fearn
as Barman
McKell David
as Spike
John Smeathers
as Soap Box Man
Robert Stone
as Tam Bibby
Rory McCann
as The Bird Master/Arthur Hilton
Imogen Waterhouse
as Eleanor Margot
Melanie McHugh
as Landlord's Wife
Patricia Winker
as Dancing Corpse
Kieran Hodgson
as R.P. Breakwater
Dan Linney
as Policeman
Ansu Kabia
as John Cooper
Pip Carter
as Alan Crawley
Anthony Taylor
as Peter
Eileen O'Higgins
as Alice
David Vickers
as Theatre Audience Member/Theatre Goer
Evie Lew-Davies
as Young Bea
Madeleine Tan
as Little Bea
Erich Redman
as Gustav Felkin
Olivia Grant
as Patricia Colman Jones
Lucy Russell
as Duchess
Jojo Macari
as Billy
John Alan Roberts
as Reporter
Lewis Clift
as Pete McGregor
Shelley Conn
as Dion Cross
Eleanor Worthington-Cox
as Clara
Anouk Christiansen
as Young Jessie
Conor McCarry
as Guard 1
Tania Nwachukwu
as Nurse
Marli Siu
as Susan Shipley
Grant Crookes
as Lower Class Stall Holder
Nell Hudson
as Louise
Aidan McArdle
as Lestrade
Henry Lloyd-Hughes
as Sherlock
Richard Price
as Staring Hypnotised Man
Denise Black
as Mrs Hudson
Jonathan Rhodes
as Stephen
Muna Otaru
as Maggie Cooper
Brooke Carter
as Georgina
Henry Miller
as Taxidermist
Suzie Chard
as Prostitute
Anthony Bessick
as Ring Announcer
Anna Maxwell Martin
as Edith Dubois
Tej Obano
as Bob
Mark Greensmith
as Fight Scene Participent
Anthony s Parker
as Fight Goer/Lower Class Male
Yahya Baggash
as Cabaret Attendee
Micah Loubon
as Luke Porter
Matt Sutton
as Singing Miner
Ian Whyte
as Plague Doctor
Harrison Osterfield
as Leopold
Jay McMahon
as Daimler's Head of Security
Alex Ferns
as Vic Collins
Andre James
as Young Linen Man
Nicola Goodchild
as Archivist
Charles Armstrong
as Mr Bannister

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2021 | 8 Episodes

Media

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