ITV Drama Unforgotten Episode Four Promotional Pictures



Unforgotten, written and created by Chris Lang (Undeniable, A Mother’s Son, Torn), focuses on a ‘cold’ murder case of 39 years ago, when the bones of a young man are found beneath the footings of a demolished house. An investigation begins that will unravel the lives of four people who have been waiting for this moment for nearly forty years, as they discover that the past can’t, and won’t, stay buried for ever.
Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar take the lead roles as DCI Cassie Stuart and DS Sunil ‘Sunny’ Khan, the modern day police team who gradually unravel deep-rooted and long-forgotten secrets, which will have a dramatic impact on their investigation and the lives of four potential suspects – Father Robert Greaves (Bernard Hill), Sir ‘Frank’ Philip Cross (Trevor Eve), Lizzie Wilton (Ruth Sheen), and Eric Slater (Tom Courtenay). The slow revelation of these secrets as Cassie and Sunny hunt for the killer will alter the dynamic of the families and their loved ones forever. The fourth episode of the series is set to air Thursday the 29th of October from 9:00pm to 10:00pm. Below is a clip from the episode, the promotional pictures from the episode and the episode synopsis:
The investigation into Jimmy’s death continues, as marks are discovered on his body that indicate gangland torture methods. Cassie and Sunny question Sir Phillip Cross to find out what his involvement was with a prominent East End crime family, while Eric and Claire Slater’s anniversary party gets underway.
With thanks to ITV.

4 responses to “ITV Drama Unforgotten Episode Four Promotional Pictures

  1. Such a great show! Hope you’ll still post the photos for episode 5. Would love to see them

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