Noel Clarke

Sky has confirmed a fourth series of Bulletproof

Ashley Walters and Noel Clarke (Credit: Sky)

The announcement of the fourth series comes ahead of the release of series three, Bulletproof: South Africa this January. 

Walters and Clarke will return as the dynamic cop duo Ronnie Pike and Aaron Bishop, who find themselves caught up in a vicious murder that puts their jobs, families and lives at risk. 

The pair must work together and use all of their skills to defeat the most evasive villain they have ever come across. 

“I am so pleased we can continue the journey of Bishop and Pike,” said Ashley Walters. 

Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters to return in three-part special of Bulletproof on Sky One

Pike and Bishop will head to Cape Town, South Africa, in the three-part special, on vacation from their day-job in London with Pike’s family.

However, the job follows them as they soon find themselves enmeshed in the kidnap of a young girl.

As Pike and Bishop had befriended the girl’s parents earlier that day, they see it as their duty to rescue their daughter from the kidnappers who demand an outrageous reward for her return.

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The voyeuristic drama follows a police surveillance investigation into a small community in Manchester when a primary school teacher goes missing.

When Gemma Hillman (Amy Wren) goes missing, DC Martin King (Clarke) sets up his observation post in the home of Zoe Sterling (Alexandra Roach) within the tight knit community of Westbury Square. The house provides a panoramic view of the square and a direct view into Hillman’s home, which she shares with her boyfriend and the prime suspect in her disappearance, Greg Sullvian (Fehinti Balogun).

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Noel Clarke (Doctor Who) and Ashley Walters (Safe House) will return as police partners and best friends Aaron Bishop and Ronnie Pike

Coming from different backgrounds, the detectives use their unconventional methods to fight crime together for the National Crime Agency in London, crossing paths with dangerous gangs, sex traffickers and drug dealers. 

Stars Clarke and Walters, who grew up on US cop shows Bad Boys and Lethal Weapon, co-created the series with Nick Love.

New Sky Original Productions with Noel Clarke, Ashley Walters and James Nesbitt

James Nesbitt will be returning as Detective Inspector Harry Clayton in a third series of Stan Lee's Luck Man next year, whilst Noel Clarke (Adulthood) and Ashley Walters (Top Boy) are teaming up in police drama Bulletproof.

The original productions are both part of Sky's initiative to bring viewers action-packed British dramas, featuring UK's best actors.