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Every great city has many dark secrets that lurk in murky corners. You never know what awaits you in the shadows. The Acron TV original London Kills is fast-paced, intense, twisted, and everything you need in a murder mystery. On the surface, the show is not much different from its counterparts like the very popular Castle or the brilliant Criminal Minds. What sets London Kills apart is the setting.
The five-part series has been shot like a documentary and follows the cities best detectives as they face a series of twisted murders. This show is thrilling, dark, insidious, and very addictive. Season one of London Kills made its way to our screens on February 25, 2019 on Acron TV. Here’s everything we know about its next season.
London Kills Cast: Who is in it?
The brilliant Hugo Speer plays the lead role of Detective David Bradford, with Sharon Smalls as DS Vivienne Cole. The seasoned actors bring in a lot of great on-screen chemistry and add to the intense pace of the show. The viewers are left wondering if something more is going on with the two of them. Bailey Patrick stars in the role of DC Rob Brady and Tori Allen Martin plays the young rookie DC Billie Fitzgerald. The four of them make up the elite crime-solving team. They each bring in different energy into the group.
Jennie Jacques plays the psychotic killer and the main suspect Amber in the series. Adrianna Bertola plays Carly Bradford, the missing wife DI David Bradford. Some of the other cast members are Steve Broad, Saffron Hocking, Jack Shalloo, and Glenn Webster.
London Kills Plot: What is it about?
With one of the most famous cities in the world as its backdrop, London Kills offers us drama in style. The main lead of the show is Detective David Bradford whose experience and brains make him the right choice for leader of the elite murder solving group. David suddenly returns to work to take over a new murder case of an MP’s son. The body of the deceased is found hanging from a tree with multiple stab wounds. DS Vivienne Cole is not very thrilled to hand over the case to DI Bradford, and we can see the dynamic between the two as she questions him about his sudden return. She knows more than she is letting on and the relationship between the two seems more than just professional.
Each episode has a new murder, but the central plot of the show is the mysterious disappearance of David Bradford’s wife. She has been missing for almost three months, and the brilliant detective is unable to solve this one case. He seems to think that she has simply gone away and is not ready to contact him, which gives us the idea that all was not well between them. Adding some fuel to this fire is Vivienne’s insistence that his wife must be dead. As each murder takes them into a deeper and bigger conspiracy, the disappearance of David’ wife seems to connect to the crimes.