Bancroft (2017– )
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Episode #2.1 

When Joe is dragged into the middle of a double murder case, Bancroft determines to do anything to protect her son and finds herself up against a chilling new antagonist.

Director:

Lawrence Gough

Writer:

Ben Morris (co-writer)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Adeyefa ... Lee Parkers
Sarah Parish ... Elizabeth Bancroft
Charles Babalola ... DS Andy Bevan
David Avery ... DSU Jake Harper
Thea Beyleveld ... Uniform Officer
Lee Boardman ... DI George Morris
Jacqueline Boatswain ... Chief Constable Frances Holland
Paul Bown Paul Bown ... Michael Connors
Graham Butler Graham Butler ... Harry Walker
Dominic Doughty Dominic Doughty ... Martin Mullen
Adrian Edmondson ... Supt. Cliff Walker
Charlotte Hope ... Annabel Connors
Adam Long ... Joe Bancroft
Ryan McKen ... Daanish Kamara
Yemisi Oyinloye ... DC Sally Reed
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When Joe is dragged into the middle of a double murder case, Bancroft determines to do anything to protect her son and finds herself up against a chilling new antagonist.

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A cracking start.
13 January 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Does Joe have anything to to with the murder of his girlfriend's wealthy father and stepmother? Elizabeth Bancroft is prepared to do anything to keep her son safe.

I thought the standard here was better than we had in the first series, somehow this was sharper, bigger and bolder. Bancroft is back, and she's up to her old tricks, she really is monster with no conscience.

Some very twisted ideas, and a few shocking scenes, the attempted acid attack in particular.

This was a great way to numb out New Year's Day.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 2020 (UK) See more »

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