Dark powers are stirring in Whitechapel — and DI Joseph Chandler and his team have been chosen.
ITV has released the trailer for the new series of Whitechapel, returning to our tellies very soon on September 4, 9pm. I cannot begin to express my excitement for this!
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Episode 7.
This series finale packs a punch. Brace yourselves.
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Episode 6.
Oh, here we go. Perhaps not all hope is lost, but, hell, this is trouble. The thing that hurts so much is the thought that you like someone, you’re proud to be working with someone, and you think you know them; but then it turns out that maybe you really didn’t.
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Episode 4 + 5.
Oh good God, this is all going so many shades of wrong.
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Episode 3.
Oh. Oh. That… was amazing.
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Episode 2.
So, what’ve we got: Gill’s son, Sam, is getting married, and Scary Mary is less than delicate about her suspicions as to why… Shagging that bloke has come back to bite Rachel in the arse; and Janet is frustrated with her new duties as acting Detective Sergeant. All in a day’s work, then.
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Episode 1.
After no further insight as to what the hell is going with Gill’s abduction that we saw at the beginning of last week’s episode, we jump straight into what happened after Rachel let Dom run away, and why marrying Sean right on top of everything was a bad idea.