SummaryAfter leaving the police force, former officer Tom Brook lives an idyllic existence with his wife in the ruggedly beautiful northern coast of Wales. However, when a shocking crime breaks, Tom's life is turned upside down. This murder bears a shocking resemblance to a series of crimes he investigated years ago perpetrated by a serial killer called The Crow. Tom is drawn into a dangerous game of cat and mouse as he fights to track down the murderer and keep his family safe.
ContentsEpisode one (46 min.) / story written & devised by Ed Whitmore
Episode two (46 min.) / story written & devised by Ed Whitmore, Tracey Malone
Episode three (46 min.) / story written & devised by Ed Whitmore, Tracey Malone
Episode four (46 min.) / story written & devised by Ed Whitmore, Tracey Malone.
-- Lake District
Police -- England -- Lake District -- Drama.
Married people -- Drama.
Lake District (England) -- Drama.
Television crime shows.
Thrillers (Television programs)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Fiction television programs.
|Publisher|| London :2019
|Other Titles|| Crow
Benson, Andrew (Producer), television producer.
Evans, Marc, 1963- television director.
Whitmore, Ed, screenwriter.
Malone, Tracey, screenwriter.
Moyer, Stephen, actor.
Tapper, Zoë, 1981- actor.
Kirwan, Dervla, 1971- actor.
Watkins, Jason, 1966- actor.
Sarker, Sunetra, actor.
Walters, Ashley, 1982- actor.
Parkinson, Sacha, actor.
MacCormack, Joel, actor.
Eleventh Hour Films (2010- ), production company.
ITV (Firm), production company.
New Pictures (Firm), production company.
BBC Studios, publisher.
Stephen Moyer, Zoë Tapper, Dervla Kirwan, Jason Watkins, Sunetra Sarker, Ashley Walters, Sacha Parkinson, Joel MacCormack.
Editor, Jason Krasucki ; director of photography, Baz Irvine.
In English with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH).
Originally produced in 2017 and broadcast as episodes of the television series (series/season 2).
Wide screen (16:9 anamorphic).
DVD, NTSC, Region 1, wide screen (16:9 anamorphic) ; Dolby Digital stereo.
1 videodisc (approximately 240 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.