Filming has begun on the second series of Channel 4 crime drama Suspect, with Anne Marie-Duff (Bad Sisters) reprising her role as Dr Susannah Newman.
Ben Miller (Primeval) also returns as Detective Superintendent Richard Grove, and is joined by new cast members Dominic Cooper (Preacher), Tamsin Greig (Black Books) and Vinette Robinson (Boiling Point).
The show leaves right where it left off, following Newman as she tries to stop new client Jon (Cooper) from killing again.
In the first series, detective Danny Frater (James Nesbitt) made the horrifying discovery that a woman he is inspecting at a mortuary is his estranged daughter, Christina (Imogen King). Frater refused to believe the official explanation of suicide, and began investigating over a gruelling 24 hour period.
Now, Newman – Cristina’s mum and Danny’s ex-wife – must do what the police refuse to in order to foil Jon’s plan to kill young woman Sapphire (Celine Buckens).
Also joining the cast for series two are Eddie Marsan (Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows), Nicholas Pinnock (Top Boy) and Gina McKee (Our Friends in the North).
The eight-part show will air in 2024 on Channel 4 in the UK, and be available on BritBox International in the USA and Canada.