We finally caught up with amazing screencaps from Troubled Blood from the Strike series which premiered last month in BBC ONE. Enjoy screencaps from the 4 episodes released in HD:
Troubled Blood coming to BBC One this December
We finally have news regarding the last season of Strike Troubled Blood! According to BBC ONE, the 4 part adaption of the book will premiere on December 11th at 9pm. And you can see the first two episodes as well on the BBCiPlayer and the last 2 episodes on December 19th, same time.
Private detective Cormoran Strike (Tom Burke) is visiting his family in Cornwall when he’s approached by a woman, Anna Phipps (Sophie Ward) asking for help finding her mother, Margot Bamborough (Abigail Lawrie), who went missing under mysterious circumstances in 1974.
Strike’s never tackled a cold case before let alone one forty years old, but despite the slim chance of success, he’s intrigued and takes it on, adding to the long list of cases that he and his partner in the agency Robin Ellacott (Holliday Grainger) are currently working on. Robin herself is also juggling a messy divorce and unwanted male attention as well as battling her own feelings about Strike.
As Strike and Robin investigate Margot’s disappearance, they come up against a fiendishly complex case with a psychopathic serial killer and witnesses who cannot all be trusted. They learn that even cases decades old can prove to be deadly.
Alongside this news, the first promotional picture has been released as well as the first Magazine small feature on the release!
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The Capture – Season 2
One new episode still, from episode 3 and a promotional picture have been released from The Capture, Season 2. Enjoy!
‘The Capture’ US S2 Interviews
As I previously expected, Holly has been invited to some interviews to promote the release of S2 of The Capture in Peacock! For now, 1 video interview (look how long her hair is!) and a written interview as well:
The Capture: Holliday Grainger Details Upping the Ante for the Thriller’s Second Season (source)
In an interview with CBR, The Capture star Holliday Grainger talks about raised stakes and heightened paranoia in Season 2 of the Peacock series.
In an exclusive interview with CBR, The Capture star Holliday Grainger described upping the ante and taking Rachel Carey into darker areas in Season 2. She teased what fans can expect and praised the cast and crew, including series creator Ben Chanan, for crafting such a heightened thriller perfect for the Information Age.
CBR: The Capture Season 2 really starts with Rachel Carey in the lion’s den, now under surveillance and with no one to lean on. How was it starting off the season with this status quo in mind?
Holliday Grainger: It’s great! In a way, in Season 1, she’s quietly confident, and then she kind of builds balls. [laughs] In Season 2, she’s kind of broken a bit at the beginning; broken but steely. As it goes on, the stakes and fear get higher, but her resolve is always steadfast.
The Capture: Extra content including never before seen photos
To finish off The Capture Season 2 category over the gallery, I have added screencaps from a special trailer released by BBC denominated What you see is not all it seems where the show switched the regular TV shows characters for The Capture ones; as well as the only interview/ recap released for this new season by the official channel. Here’s to hope Peacock will release something new considering the US will be able to binge watch the season on November 3rd. And to all fans, we share never before seen photos from this season, from episode stills, promotional pictures as well as one behind the scenes photo.
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Screencaps: The Capture Season 2 Ep 3 to Ep 6
Finally, all episodes screencaps are now availabe in our gallery for The Capture will be available in our gallery. Soon we will share exclusive episode stills and promotinal pictures of this amazing serie, which we thought Holly was stellar in!