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London Kills is a British police procedural television series, written and created by Paul Marquess, that premiered on Acorn TV on 26 February 2019 in the United States
London Kills is a British police procedural television series, written and created by Paul Marquess, that premiered on Acorn TV on 26 February 2019 in the United States. One of Acorn TV's first original commissions, London Kills centres around an elite murder investigation squad in London, headed up by DI David Bradford (Hugo Speer), an experienced detective whose judgement is called into question following the unexpected disappearance of his wife.
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Each episode of LONDON KILLS will focus on a different murder following the detectives as they uncover the truth behind the killing but will also have a serial story involving the lead detective's missing wife. Genres: Crime Drama Mystery.
All the knife deaths across London so far this year.
Killing can be contagious Media captionFact checking murder statistics in London vs New York.
Killing can be contagious. The murder of one young person can raise fear levels on the street, making it more likely others will carry weapons to protect themselves. And more likely they will use them. Media playback is unsupported on your device. Media captionFact checking murder statistics in London vs New York. In the US and increasingly in the UK, in places like Glasgow, agencies are successfully reducing gang violence by treating it in the same way they'd respond to a public health emergency, looking to disrupt the spread of a deadly virus.
Sharon Small, Hugo Speer, Bailey Patrick, and Tori Allen-Martin star. The series has launched in North America and elsewhere internationally on British drama skewed streamer Acorn TV, which is moving heavily into original scripted.
The number of killings in London in 2018 has risen to its highest level for a decade. The Metropolitan Police said officers were committed to a "relentless pursuit of those who choose to be violent". The figures include murders, manslaughters and self-defence killings. London's homicide toll for 2018 surpassed the total for last year in early November. 132 homicides in London. As of 31 December 2018.