Shetland (2013– )
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Episode #4.6 

Troubled by historical DNA evidence results, Perez has to face the fact that Duncan may have been involved in Lizzie Kilmuir's murder and potentially Sally McColl's as well.

Director:

Rebecca Gatward

Writers:

Ann Cleeves (characters), David Kane
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Douglas Henshall ... DI Jimmy Perez
Fiona Bell ... Donna Killick
Sean McGinley ... Drew McColl
Mark Bonnar ... Duncan
Eleanor Matsuura ... DI Jessie Cole
Tony McGeever ... DS Ian Jackson
Alison O'Donnell ... DS Alison 'Tosh' McIntosh
Lewis Howden Lewis Howden ... Sgt Billy McCabe
Stephen Walters ... Thomas Malone
Julie Graham ... Rhona Kelly
Neve McIntosh ... Kate Kilmuir
Julia Brown ... Molly Kilmuir
Steven Robertson ... DC Sandy Wilson
Gail Watson Gail Watson ... Mary
Erin Armstrong ... Cassie Perez
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Storyline

DNA confirms Duncan as Alan Killick's father and possibly a double killer and he is arrested. Then a perusal of Sally's files brings another suspect into the picture, literally - one who had good reason to dispose of Lizzie and who makes a confession of guilt. However Jimmy discovers that this person may not have murdered Sally but still finds both Duncan and himself in a dangerous situation before there is closure. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 March 2018 (UK) See more »

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BritBox See more »
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Color
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Mark Bonnar (Duncan Hunter) & Allison McKenzie (Gail Callahan) also worked together on Line of Duty (2012) as Dryden & Akers respectively. See more »

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Outstanding
26 May 2019 | by TushpiSee all my reviews

A drama that grows in depth and quality with each season. Stephen Walters character in particular was terrifying and poignant together. A true tragedy in the classic sense. Stephen Walters portrayal was outstanding. What an impressive actor he is. This is a performance that will stay with me. As usual the lead is restrained and understated but the emotion portrayed more powerful because of this restraint. It's a fine ensemble of performances all round. This season is a classic whodunnit. It had plenty of twists and turns and various red herrings. Plenty of personal drama as well, with the vistas and light of Shetland adding to the sense of melancholy. The ending took me by surprise. Emotions stirred. Highly recommended.


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