Better mark the calendars, the premiere date for Dublin Murders has been announced
The premiere date for the highly-anticipated series Dublin Murders has been officially announced.
The new psychological crime thriller for BBC One, Starz and RTÉ stars Killian Scott and Sarah Greene.
And following the confirmation that the TV adaptation of Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad novels will debut on BBC One on October 14, The second episode will air on October 15, with new episodes airing every Monday and Tuesday for the following four weeks.
A spokesperson for RTÉ has confirmed to Her that the Irish premiere won't be too far behind: Dublin Murders will begin with a double bill on RTÉ One on Wednesday October 16 at 9.35pm.
Two episode swill be screened every week after that.
We are excited to announce #DublinMurders starts on Monday 14th October at 9pm on @BBCOne, followed by episode two on Tuesday 15th October, 9pm and every subsequent Monday and Tuesday for four weeks. pic.twitter.com/XoErhdFCBG
— Dublin Murders Production (@dublinmurders) October 2, 2019
The series begins in 2006, when Rob Reilly (Killian Scott) - a smart suited homicide detective - and his partner Cassie (Sarah Greene) are dispatched to investigate a child’s murder.
The pair soon find a community caught between old and new Ireland.
On an altar lies the body of a local teenage girl, Katy Devlin (Amy Macken). Her body is found in the middle of an archeological site, threatened by local developers aiming to build a shiny new motorway.
The neighbouring estate, Knocknaree, has never quite got its share of the ‘Celtic Tiger’ and has been blighted by poverty and unemployment for generations.
Moreover, this is the not the first time a child of Knocknaree has been lost: 21 years earlier, in a very different Ireland, three children went missing and only one ever came back alive.
Memory runs deep in this part of the world, and locals, press and the Dublin Police worry that the cases are linked.