Berry and Stephen Tompkinson return as undercover detectives in
a new series of In Deep for BBC ONE
Berry and Stephen Tompkinson are jumping back in at the deep end
in a new series of In Deep for BBC ONE in February.
and Stephen work brilliantly together as undercover detectives Liam
Ketman and Garth O'Hanlon.
Deep has been a big hit with viewers and I'm delighted that the
series is returning for its third outing in 2003," says Mal
Young, Controller of Continuing Drama Series.
Yorke, Executive Producer, adds: "Series three is action-packed
with Garth and Liam confronting armed robbers, a bombing campaign
and a corrupt government minister."
(Nick Berry) life has been turned upside-down since his wife's terrible
murder at the end of the second series. Once the stable one in the
partnership, Liam has turned into a time bomb, with only Garth's
constant vigilance to stop him stepping over the edge.
(Stephen Tompkinson), meanwhile, continues to lead a shadowy double
life, giving few personal details away and ruthlessly pursuing the
job in hand. As both he and Liam plunge deeper undercover, taking
more and more risks to get results, Garth is finally forced to question
his values, his operating methods and what he holds most dear.
Allen returns as Sophie, the police psychologist. Whilst trying
to keep the guys on the straight and narrow, she finds herself being
dragged further and further into their undercover lives.
Level III detectives, Liam and Garth spend their lives behind enemy
lines, living a lie to their friends, their partners and sometimes
with only each other to trust and Liam reeling from the death of
his wife, the stakes are higher than ever before.
In Deep press pack is available below, in PDF
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which can be obtained here.
list and production credits (41 KB)
interviews (216 KB)
Deep is written by Peter Jukes (episodes 1, 3 and 4) and Stephen
Brady (episode 2).
is a Valentine Production for BBC ONE.
Deep is produced by Steve Lanning and the Executive Producer is
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