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Messiah 3


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The Promise 1/2. Ken Stott returns as the uncompromising DCI Metcalfe in the dark psychological thriller. When injured inmates are moved to a rundown hospital following a prison riot, a sadistic killer wreaks bloody mayhem among them. Strong language and violence. Concludes tomorrow 9pm.
Writer Lizzie Mickery ; Producers Sophie Gardiner and Sanne Wohlenberg
Director David Drury More cast Tuesday New season preview: page 17


Writer: Lizzie Mickery
Producer: Sophie Gardiner
Producer: Sanne Wohlenberg
Director: David Drury
DCI Red Metcalfe: Ken Stott
Dl Duncan Warren: Neil Dudgeon
DI Kate Beauchamp: Frances Grey
Dr Carl Hendserson: Michael Maloney
Pace Tierney: Liam Cunningham
Susan Metcalfe: Michelle Forbes
Thomas Stone: Sam Troughton
Sal Meti: Darrell D'Silva
Dr Philip Ryder: Tom Ellis
Gerry Whyte: Leo Bill

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