This exciting, fast-paced new drama series follows ex-cop Vincent Gallagher, head of a team of private investigators who are the last resort for troubled people with nowhere left to turn.
- imDb Rating: 7.3 (565 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
Ex Cop turned private investigator Vincent Gallagher and his team of PI's do whatever it takes to tackle cases that come to them.
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 10 Oct 2005
- Runtime: 90 min
- Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
- Director: N/A
- Writer: Stephen Butchard
- Actors: Ray Winstone, Suranne Jones, Joe Absolom, Angel Coulby
- Language: English
- Country: UK
- Awards: 2 wins & 1 nomination.
- Total Seasons: 1
Episode 2x4; Nov 06, 2006
A single father finds his home under attack.
2x4: Episode Four
2x3: Episode Three
2x2: Episode Two
2x1: Episode One
1x4: Episode Four
1x3: Episode Three
1x2: Episode Two
1x1: Episode One
Suranne Jones as Beth Goddard
Ray Winstone as Vincent Gallagher
Philip Glenister as DCI David Driscoll
Joe Absolom as Robert Ellison
Angel Coulby as Gillian Lafferty
Ian Puleston-Davies as John Thompson
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Gary De Silva suspects his wife Sarah is cheating on him, and turns to Vincent and the team for help. Meanwhile, lewd pictures of Vincent's office assistant Gillian are being texted to her friends and colleagues.
A man calls on Vincent to investigate the murder of his son.
Vincent finds out Cathy is pregnant with Driscoll's baby.
A wife becomes suspicious when she finds hidden money.
|Suranne Jones||as Beth Goddard|
|Ray Winstone||as Vincent Gallagher|
|Philip Glenister||as DCI David Driscoll|
|Joe Absolom||as Robert Ellison|
|Angel Coulby||as Gillian Lafferty|
|Ian Puleston-Davies||as John Thompson|
|Eva Pope||as Cathy Gallagher|
|Executive Producer||Andy Harries|
|Executive Producer||Sita Williams|
|Line Producer||David Meddick|
|Re-Recording Mixer||John Whitworth|
|Casting Director||Judi Hayfield|
|Director Of Photography||Lukas Strebel|
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