Exciting crime drama, blending gritty murder investigations with the realities of family life.
Passionate about her work and her children, talented top ranking detective Janine Lewis strives to balance the stress of her high pressure career with the demands of home. In Series Three, DCI Janine Lewis shines as she continues to face the challenges created by both her dangerous job and the pressure of single motherhood.
Heading a police team that probes Manchesters most gruesome murders, her new cases include the hit and run killing of a teenage girl, the cold blooded killing of a police colleague, a missing 3 yr old boy, a shocking family tragedy and a mysterious series of murders connected to the disappearance of a career criminal. On the home front, her ex-husband Pete adds to the family chaos by introducing his new girlfriend.
About the Directors
Menhaj Huda's first directing job was the 1993 television series Hypnosis. He directed Jump Boy in 1999, which won an award for 'Best Feature Film' at the Mediawave awards. Other directing credits include Queer as Folk 2, Is Harry on the Boat?, Murphy's Law, Murder in Mind, The Bill, Blue Murder and HolbyBlue.
Suri Krishnamma is a British film director. He has directed several films, including A Man of No Importance, New Year's Day, Locked In and Wuthering Heights. He has won four film festival awards and been nominated for three BAFTA awards. Krishnamma has also directed several episodes of the television series Waking the Dead. These include the episodes Shadowplay, False Flag, and Anger Management. In 1995 he directed The Turnaround, the pilot episode of Sharman (TV series), starring Clive Owen. In 1996, he directed the Comedy Premiere The Chest.
Approximate Running Time: 280 Minutes
Classification: M (Recommended For Mature Audiences - Moderate violence and themes)
Number of Discs: 2
Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
Released: 1st January 2000
Running Time: 280 mins