David Tennant Interrogated In Netflix Criminal UK Trailer

Love crime drama but yearn for something a little different? Netflix may have what your looking for with Criminal and we can get a look at the UK Trailer.

The ground breaking show looks like a nail-biting psychological show that will keep you on the edge of your seat start to finish. The Trailer itself doesn’t reveal the crimes the accused are being questioned for. The promo doesn’t have much dialogue but the police push the questioned to the limits. Plenty of emotion between the accused, but who is telling the truth and who is not?

This unique show is international series with UK, French, Spanish, German episodes. All coming together to tell the story and it seems each country will get individual episodes. What isn’t clear are all the different country episodes connected?

David Tennant is the man been questioned in the UK version. As for the international versions there will be a few familiar faces including Sebastian Koch (Bridge of Spies), Nina Hoss (Barbara), Florence Kasumba (Black Panther),
and Jérémie Renier (In Bruges).

Check out the UK Trailer and below that the Franchise Trailer that combines all the nations trailer highlights.

Psychological games abound between detectives and suspects in a tense interrogation room, where the search for answers sometimes comes at a moral cost—Criminal is a police procedural with a unique premise: it takes place exclusively within the confines of a police interview suite. This stripped down, cat-and-mouse drama will focus on the intense mental conflict between the police officer and the suspect in question.

This revolutionary procedural comprises 12 unique stories set in 4 different countries: France, Spain, Germany and the UK and takes place exclusively within the confines of a police interview suite.

The UK regular cast will include Katherine Kelly, Lee Ingleby, Nicholas Pinnock, Mark Stanley, Rochenda Sandall, Shubham Saraf. With Hayley Atwell, Youssef Kerkour, and Clare-Hope Ashitey guest star.

Criminal is set to launch globally and only on Netflix on September 20.

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