ITV has commissioned new drama, Invisible, starring Robert Lindsay (Maleficent) and Ellie Kendrick (Game of Thrones).
The contemporary crime series, created and written by Robert Murphy (DCI Banks), gives viewers a new story each episode.
A classic crime story is at the heart of the series and the first episode features two crime mysteries investigated by chalk and cheese duo, the wildly ambitious DCI McDonald (Tala Gouveia, Cold Feet) and the shy, modest DS Dodds (Jason Watkins, The Crown); the pair form a quarrelsome but effective partnership.
Robert Lindsay plays entrepreneur and multimillionaire, Max Crockett, with Ellie Kendrick, Susannah Fielding (High & Dry) and Rosalie Craig (Lovesick) cast as his daughters Elenora, Tamara and Megan.
Navin Chowdhry (Doctor Foster) and Jack Ashton (Broadchurch) play son-in-laws Pete and Jack, with Cassie Bradley (Torvill & Dean) as daughter-in-law Kasha.
DCI McDonald and DS Dodds are joined by Superintendent John Houseman (James Murray, Primeval), DC Laura Simpson (Pearl Chanda, Endeavour) and DC Darren Craig (Jack Riddiford, Poldark).
Set in Bath, the stories include a greed-fuelled murder in the city’s high society and an unexplained death in a private hospital for recovering addicts.
Invisible follows the journey of two 'fish-out-of-water' detectives as they navigate a world of crime.