Dark Heart (2016– )
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Episode #1.2 

As the team delve deeper into the mysterious poisonings, attempts to cover up the supply chain signifies to Staffe that those responsible have a powerful influence. But as the pressure ... See full summary »

Director:

Colin Teague

Writer:

Chris Lang
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Riley ... Will Wagstaffe
Charlotte Riley ... Juliette
Joseph Teague Joseph Teague ... Harry
Edward Akrout ... Paulo
Anjli Mohindra ... DC Josie Chancellor
Grant Burgin Grant Burgin ... DC Dan Decker
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith ... DS Dave Pulford
Tom Brooke ... DC Rick Johnson
Justin Salinger ... Mark Regis
Franc Ashman Franc Ashman ... Lisa Regis
Christopher Fulford ... Bob Jessop
Teresa Banham Teresa Banham ... Greta Kashell
Judith Jacob Judith Jacob ... Ruth Merrit
Simone Kirby ... Debbie Collins
Charlene White ... Newswoman
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As the team delve deeper into the mysterious poisonings, attempts to cover up the supply chain signifies to Staffe that those responsible have a powerful influence. But as the pressure builds for Staffe to excavate buried links between Sofie Cerna and Nick Kyriacou, storms brew closer to home. Staffe makes his sister's fiancé Paulo an offer that will have far reaching consequences, but an unforeseen revelation puts him less in control of the situation than he had designed.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Not Rated
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1 November 2018 (UK) See more »

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This was superb, and that ending!!
5 January 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

The first episode suffered from being a little muddled, attempting to introduce and develop too many characters in a short space of time, we had DI Will Wagstaffe, his family, his colleagues, the victims etc, as they were all established, this second episode focused on story, and it was excellent.

It felt very cohesive, it was gripping, deep, and thoroughly engaging, and although the identity of the perpetrator wasn't too taxing to work out, the delivery was fantastic. I thought the concluding scenes were terrific, so well acted. Tom RIley shines once again, but arguably Tom Brooke steals the show as he so often does.

Again, I see this appealing to Luther fans, this was a great episode. 9/10


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