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The spellbinding British crime drama seen on Mystery!
"Fascinating" --The New York Times
"Cool, creepy stuff" --Entertainment Weekly
"Riveting" --The Boston Globe
Detective Inspector Dave Creegan (Robson Green, Wire in the Blood, Reckless) is new to the Organized and Serial Crime unit, but he’s no stranger to violence. After a gunshot wound to the head, Creegan recovers to find his personal life in shambles--and realizes his own unique ability to connect with the criminal mind.
He joins an elite team of detectives that takes on the most dangerous evildoers in Britain, from sadists and serial killers to psychopaths and pedophiles. Creegan’s new colleagues, DI Susan Taylor (Nicola Walker, MI-5) and DC Mark Rivers (Shaun Dingwall, Above Suspicion), are wary of his methods. While the OSC uses advanced police techniques, Creegan prefers to rely on his instincts. But they soon learn to respect him for his results, even though he rarely plays by the rules.
Touching Evil’s superb ensemble cast also includes Michael Feast (State of Play), with guest stars Ian McDiarmid (Star Wars), James Nesbitt (Murphy’s Law, Match Point), Philip Jackson (Agatha Christie’s Poirot), and Andy Serkis (The Lord of the Rings, Little Dorrit). A hit on PBS, this award-winning drama features gripping investigations into ghastly crimes, anchored by Green’s charismatic lead performance.
Contains violence, nudity, and disturbing images
This is a really interesting series. The best one is the first one. It's truly frightening and holds your interest. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Saw this series many years ago...fell in love with Robson Green and the cast...so happy to have it on DVD!!Published 2 months ago by Foo Mom
I loved this series when it was on PBS years ago. since it is not currently available on Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, I purchased the DVDs. Robson Green's character is intense. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Shircliff
Definitely one of t best British police dramas; ITV did a super job on these three series, 1997-99. Read morePublished 4 months ago by They
The characters and stories are complex. I like the continuity over episodes as well. Really good show and, of course, an amazing Robson Green.Published 15 months ago by Andrea E. Scott