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Fifth series of Murphy's Law filming in Dublin


Murphy's Law is filming in Dublin for the fifth series of the hit BBC One drama.

 

James Nesbitt is reprising his award-winning role of undercover cop Tommy Murphy in the drama, made by Tiger Aspect Productions.

 

Following the mysterious disappearance of two undercover officers, Murphy is forced back into the field to find and follow their trail.

 

He enters a world of human trafficking, befriending a vicious criminal ring of sex traders and putting himself at their disposal. Can he find them without going too far himself?

 

The three-part series is scheduled to transmit in summer 2007.

 

It is written by Russell Lewis; the producer is Stephen Smallwood and Colm McCarthy directs.

 

The Executive Producer at Tiger Aspect is Greg Brenman and the series' Commissioning Editor at BBC Northern Ireland is Patrick Spence.

 

Following the success of the Shakespeare adaptations, BBC Northern Ireland currently has Lilies and Rough Diamond transmitting on BBC One.

 

Greg Brenman, Head of Drama, Tiger Aspect, said: "It is great to be back working with Jimmy on this new series of Murphy's Law, which has become an established favourite for millions of viewers.

 

"This year the stakes are even higher for Murphy and there will be a few surprises too.

 

"It is a drama we constantly reinvent to keep it fresh and series five is no exception."

 

PPR

 

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Category: TV Drama; BBC One; Northern Ireland
Date: 01.03.2007
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