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"The U.K.’s answer to our CSI" —Oklahoma Gazette "Well paced and intriguing” —London Evening Standard (U.K.)
"Intelligent, edgy, and gripping" —The Times (U.K.) "Smart…an understated, enjoyable drama" —London Evening Standard (U.K.)
Fans of CSI will be drawn to Murder Investigation Team, which authentically profiles the gritty realities faced by the Special Crimes Unit of London’s Metropolitan Police.
From the creators of The Bill, this critically acclaimed police thriller follows an intense team of investigators led by DC Rosie MacManus (Lindsey Coulson, EastEnders) and DS Trevor Hands (Michael McKell, Emmerdale Farm). The detectives rely on both new technology and old-fashioned instinct to find those responsible for gruesome crimes.
Love triangles, family estrangements, greed, and lies lead to a series of wrong turns and dead ends, building the pressure to solve cases while the evidence is still fresh—and, sometimes, before the killer can strike again. Along the way, the investigators struggle to walk the line between professional loyalties and personal interests. Claire Higgins (Hellraiser), Kenneth Cranham (Rome), and Anthony Stewart Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) guest star in these final episodes.
Not as good as the first season. Wish this series had been given time to ferment, it has such potential.Published 8 days ago by T. A. Mason
Just as good as #1. Interesting team work I hope there will be more.Published 8 months ago by Genny
Enjoyed the second season even more than the first. Sorry there were only 4 episodes.Published 10 months ago by Fran McGovern
Great forensic feature following cases as our own version of Law and Order. Fascinating the way the British solve their own way.Published 19 months ago by Veron B Sparks
We haven't watched it yet but we believe that it will be as interesting as others that we have ordered.Published 19 months ago by Shirley Smith
The script tries to be clever by using various catch phrases such as "victim-ology"...etc. as well as background music and camera angles that are obiously trying too hard.Published 23 months ago by lu