BBC One Releases Trailer For 'Dublin Murders'

Lawrence Kim
Сентября 11, 2019

Yep, the dark months are now ahead of us and on that note, it's apt that the latest trailer for the TV adaptation of Tana French's internationally bestselling Dublin Murder Squad novels has arrived. Don't you just love it when a plan comes together?

Discussing the show, Killian Scott, known for his roles in Strike and Damnation, says: "I couldn't be more delighted to join the creative team behind Dublin Murders".

The series centres on detectives Rob Reilly and Cassie Maddox, played by Killian Scott and Sarah Greene respectively, who investigate two murders: that of a young talented ballerina found dead on an ancient stone altar in the woods, and a vivacious free-spirited woman found stabbed in a roofless starvation cottage.

The victims - a young talented ballerina who is found dead on an ancient stone altar and a vivacious free-spirited woman who is found stabbed in a roofless starvation cottage - are seemingly unrelated, but as viewers will discover, they're knitted together by powerful shared themes.

Based on the novels by Tana French, the drama series "focuses on two murder investigations led by ambitious and charismatic detectives Rob Reilly (Killian Scott of The Commuter, "Ripper Street") and Cassie Maddox (Sarah Greene of "Penny Dreadful", "Ransom")".

The series will also feature Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as Frank Mackey, Moe Dunford as Sam O'Neill, Sam Keeley as Daniel March, Antonio Aakeel as Raphael Hyland, Charlie Kelly as Justin Mannering, Vanessa Emme as Abby Stone, Leah McNamara as Rosalind Devlin, Ian Kenny as Phelan, Eugene O'Hare as Quigley and Game of Thrones alum Conleth Hill as O'Kelly. The series is produced by Euston Films, Veritas Entertainment Group and Element Pictures (The Lobster) and executive produced by Sarah Phelps and Saul Dibb, Kate Harwood and Noemi Spanos for Euston Films, Alan Gasmer and Peter Jaysen for Veritas Entertainment Group, Ed Guiney for Element Pictures, and Elizabeth Kilgarriff for the BBC.

We've a feeling that Dublin Murders is going to be very, very popular.

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