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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

When the body of a young man is discovered in a derelict building, Detective Chief Inspector (DCI) Cassie Stuart is called in to investigate with her partner, Detective Sergeant (DS) Sunil "Sunny" Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar). Jimmy Sullivan was a homeless runaway away boy, murdered in 1976 when the building was a hostel. His diary implicates four suspects; a clergyman, an eminent entrepreneur, a community worker, and a disabled house-bound husband caring for his wife. Each has a secret to hide. As their lies unravel, the people they love most begin to wonder what else they might be capable of. Nothing in this case is black and white. Can you ever really know the people closest to you? What secrets have they buried?.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: April 8, 2018

Also Known As: 埋もれる殺意, Unforgotten |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Canada (G) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

london, england
police
detective
investigation

Company Credits

Production Co: Mainstreet Pictures

Cast

Amir Mime
as Ahmed Mahmoud
Bill Paterson
as Harry Osborne
Alex Jennings
as Dr. Tim Finch
Raad Rawi
as Tariq Alazi
Alastair Kirton
as Jason's Boss
Georgia Mackenzie
as Dr. Leanne Balcombe
David Schofield
as Clive Walsh
Tim Faraday
as Tom
Jodie Tyack
as Zoe
Nick Raggett
as Hostel Warden
Seeta Indrani
as Bryce
Nigel Fairs
as Barry
Sheila Steafel
as Alice West
Brigit Forsyth
as Anne Barling
Mohammad Amiri
as Ali Mahmoud
Pete Lee-Wilson
as Guy Halford
Alex Jordan
as Julian Melbridge
Steve North
as Ray Melling
Lynn Robertson Hay
as Philippa Salthouse
Richard Beanland
as Big Issue Seller
Caroline O'Neill
as Joanna Bridges
Warren Sollars
as Uniformed Copper
Elizabeth Counsell
as Suzie Montgomery
Sheila Hancock
as Eileen Baildon
Amy-Jayne Leigh
as Flo
Gemma Jones
as Claire Slater
Charles Dale
as Chief Constable Robin
Emma Fielding
as Amy Hollis
Lauren Logan
as Vanessa Grevin
Alastair Mackenzie
as John Bentley
Moses Adejimi
as Jamal
Janet Dibley
as Jenny
Paul Cawley
as Meredith
Benedict Taylor
as Mark Bennett
Jassa Ahluwalia
as Adam Stuart
Amanda Root
as Carol Finch
Ruth Sheen
as Lizzie Wilton
Lauren Trickett
as Flo's Mother
Antonia Bourdillon
as Waitress
Peter Hannah
as Uniformed Officer
Rita Davies
as Mary White
Richard Hope
as James Gregory
Adam Astill
as Matt Slater
Clare Calbraith
as Anna Sidhu
Peter Polycarpou
as Nick Stakopolis
Kate Jarvis
as Lucy Myers
Neil Morrissey
as Pete Carr
Liz White
as Fiona Grayson
Aasiya Shah
as Gemma Khan
Dannie Pye
as Vincent Erskine
Emma Cunniffe
as Janet
Andy Nyman
as Dean Barton
Meryl Griffiths
as Shaw
Ronny Jhutti
as Bal Sidhu
Shobu Kapoor
as Usha
Gabrielle Glaister
as Alison Pinion
Vihaan Patel
as Child Immigrant
Dominic Power
as Les Slater
Joel Morris
as Nigel Taziker
Matteo De Cola
as Phil Bettiker
Sophie Slavin
as PC Taylor
Alec Newman
as Mark Tomlinson
Sophie Carmen-Jones
as Kate
Pippa Nixon
as DC Karen Willetts
Maggie O'Neill
as Ellen Price
Lee Byford
as Police Officer/Police officer
John Scougall
as Steven Dale
Harry McEntire
as Alfie Birch
Vanessa Hehir
as Thea
Mark Fleischmann
as Rob
Matt Sapsford
as Police Officer
James Greene
as Neighbour
William Hoyland
as Harrington
Munir Khairdin
as Omar
Douglas Hodge
as Paul Nixon
Obie Matthew
as Forensic Doctor
Thomas Kadman
as Young Philip Cross
Hannah Gordon
as Grace Greaves
Kerri McLean
as Duty Solicitor
Charlie Wade
as Dog Handler
Susannah Todd
as Zoe's Mum
Terry Alderton
as Terry Melling
Daniel Flynn
as Geoff Tomlinson
Matthew Wilson
as Johnny
Leah West
as Maya Lowe
Kevin McNally
as James Hollis
Lewis Reeves
as DC Jake Collier
Ian Burfield
as Ian Henderson
Michelle Bonnard
as Sal
Lauren Drummond
as Kelly Jones
Susan Lynch
as Liz Baildon
James Craze
as Jerome Walsh/Matthew Walsh
Andrew J. Weston
as Grieving Brother
Akin Gazi
as Asil
Stuart Cooke
as Doctor
Nicholas Goh
as Jay
Liz Kettle
as Consultant Shana
Lucrezia Millarini
as News Reader
Burt Caesar
as Carlton - Shopkeeper
Dominique Drew
as Becca Nixon
Jesse James Sims
as Driver
Sule Rimi
as DS Keane
Paul Blackwell
as Police Officer
Trevor Eve
as Sir Phillip Cross
Mairead McKinley
as Sinead Quinn
Siobhan Redmond
as Derran Finch
Karishma Navekar
as Dr. Shabia
Denise Black
as June Marshall
Ty Hurley
as Crime Investigation Department
Sanjeev Bhaskar
as DS Sunil 'Sunny' Khan/DI Sunil 'Sunny' Khan
Rory Averdieck
as Jack Barton
Bronagh Waugh
as Jessica Reid
Amanda Wilkin
as Nurse
Jo Herbert
as Emma Finch
Nigel Lindsay
as Tony Kelsey
Linal Haft
as Jacob Rose
Tom Rhys Harries
as Eliot Hollis
Amanda Douge
as Janet
Sara Stewart
as Mel Hollis
Adeel Akhtar
as Hassan Mahmoud
Will Brown
as Jason Walker
Sharon Duncan-Brewster
as CPS Lawyer
Indra Ové
as Maria Carr
Ade Oyefeso
as Curtis/Curtis Salgado
Victoria Myers
as Laura
Naomi Wattis
as Teacher
Rosie Cavaliero
as Marion Kelsey
Jacob Lang
as Casper Barton
Fergus O'Donnell
as Nigel Farndell
Bradley Connor
as Jordan Brown
Sharon D. Clarke
as Agency Manager
Samira Ahmed
as Samira
Silas Carson
as Marcus Archer
Simon North
as Mr. Cruddy
Matthew Cottle
as Liam Gough
Aaron Phagura
as Karim
Tom Mannion
as Mark Roberts
Mika Simmons
as Chambers' Secretary
Richard Brimblecombe
as PCC Duncan
Cherie Lunghi
as Shirley Cross
Peter Egan
as Martin Hughes/Martin
Phaldut Sharma
as Ram Sidhu
Darcey Hogan
as Molly Tomlinson
Valentine Olukoga
as Brandon
Neal Barry
as Colin Leeming
Frances Tomelty
as Maureen Sullivan
Wendy Craig
as Joy Dunphy
Mark Flitton
as Custody Sergeant
Liran Nathan
as Raheem
Lasco Atkins
as MET Policeman/Office worker/Policeman/Young Father Robert
Tom Austen
as Josh Cross
Tessa Peake-Jones
as Sheila
Matt Jessup
as Paramedic Brendan
Mark Hesketh
as Mark
Harley Sylvester
as Jimmy Sullivan
Alice Sykes
as Claire
Rohit Kachroo
as Reporter
Jordan Long
as DS Murray Boulting/DS Boulting
Joyia Fitch
as Mrs. Les Slater
Eric Carte
as Pat Smith
Louiza Patikas
as Amy East
Maimuna Memon
as Officer
Hannah Traylen
as Jasmine
Badria Timimi
as Sara Mahmoud
Zora Bishop
as Emily Warlow
Ross Carter
as Paparazzi/Pub Goer
Maya Larholm
as School Girl
Ellis Naylor
as Will Carr
Avital Abregan
as Maria Gonzalez
Lorraine Ashbourne
as DI Tessa Nixon
Karene Peter
as WPC Grant
Duncan Pow
as Tom
Anthony Farrelly
as Police Officer
Kathleen Fraser
as School Secretary
Leanne Jones
as Sarah Bradley
Alan Asaad
as Yousef Mahmoud
Sirine Saba
as Samir Khan
Eliza Hunt
as Dinner Lady
Clifford Barry
as Lassiter
Gerald Kyd
as Adrian Mullery
Anoushka Chadha
as Aisha Khan
Bernard Hill
as Father Robert Greaves
John Ashton
as Alan Hamilton
India Ria Amarteifio
as Kaz
Tamzin Malleson
as Caroline Greaves
Tom Courtenay
as Eric Slater
Eugene McCoy
as Custody Sergeant
Adam Lazarus
as Cyclist
Simon Wilson
as James
Alan Ford
as Tommy Pinion
Bryony Hannah
as Cath
Kate Williams
as Mary Quinn
Josef Altin
as Tyler
Nicki Vickery
as PC Stevens
Emilio Doorgasingh
as Dezzie Simms
Andrew Neil
as Mr. Salthouse
Andrea Hall
as Janet Spender
Tim Packham
as Man Leaving Church
Brid Brennan
as Suzanne Reid
Vinta Morgan
as DI Mike Carter
Benjamin Wainwright
as Ed
Charlie Condou
as Simon
Harry Baxendale
as Sam Tomlinson
Brett O'Shaugnessy
as Sean Quinn
Chord Melodic
as Police Officer
Struan Rodger
as Alan Mackay
Claire Goose
as Ellie Greaves
Matthew David McCarthy
as Builder
Mark Bonnar
as Colin Osborne
Cameron Jack
as SPT Paul Copley
Indira Joshi
as Riya Sidhu
Owl Young
as Agent
Simon Sheridan
as Guest at charity event
Roy Healey
as Gordon Reid
Tony Gardner
as Hugh Moray
Katherine Jakeways
as Nicola
Sandra James-Young
as Elise Hughes
Nathalie Armin
as DSI Kuldip Gill
David Troughton
as Geoff
Ash Rizi
as Dr. Walsh
William Ely
as Charity Worker
Zoe Telford
as Bella Cross
Mario Demetriou
as Cris Christos
Shaheen Khan
as GP
Seun Shote
as Pat
Alex Lowe
as Oliver Caron
Nicola Walker
as DCI Cassie Stuart
June Watson
as Jessica Leeming
Sara Powell
as Arbiter
Shiraz Yasin
as Imam
Gareth Williams
as William
Holly Aird
as Elise
John Salthouse
as Brian Kendrick
Alex Clatworthy
as Becky Taylor-Jones
Finlay Robertson
as Mark Harper
Lucinda Dryzek
as Claire Finch
Celia Robertson
as Alison's Counsel
Juliet Bremner
as News Reporter
Mina Andala
as Eugenia/Eugenia Castillo
Yusuf Hofri
as Mustafa
Chris Lang
as Floor Manager
James Fleet
as Chris Lowe
Steph Parry
as Doctor
Chris Cowlin
as Police Officer
Alessandro Babalola
as Mustafa
Hiten Patel
as DC Patel
Colin R. Campbell
as DSI Clive Andrews
Dominic Coleman
as John Burton
Elliot Morris
as Asif
Vanina Arias
as Robin's PA
Makir Ahmed
as Aryan
Teresa Churcher
as Estate Agent
Bobby Lockwood
as Nathan
Owen Guerin
as Shopper
Buckso Dhillon-Woolley
as Linda Cray
Chris Wilson
as High Court Judge
Tori Allen-Martin
as Sandra Rayworth
Sasha Behar
as Jamila Faruk
David Terry
as Police Officer
Emma Jason
as Uniformed Police Officer
Carolina Main
as DC Fran Lingley
Jonathan Harden
as Sean Rawlins
Cole Leman
as Prison Officer
Yasmine Akram
as Kelly
Brian Bovell
as Ray Wilton
Daniel Gosling
as David Walker
Lucy Speed
as Marnie Barton
Andrew Bone
as Nick Palmer
Gay Soper
as Annie
Ann Akinjirin
as Nurse

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 6 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 6 Episodes

Season 4
Season 5

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

BAFTA Awards 2016

Winner

BAFTA Awards

Best Supporting Actor

Royal Television Society, UK 2016

Nominee

Royal Television Society, UK

Actor - Male

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