Watch-worthy thriller series are hard to find, but when you do, resisting them is the hardest thing in the world. Especially when it’s a murder mystery, the stakes are quite high and the success and failure of the series are right on the edge, locked hand in hand.
Dublin murders is a crime thriller, drama television series that is based on a novel that was written by Sarah French. The first season of the series was based on In the Woods that was released in 2007 and The Likeness was released in 2008. The series starred Killian Scott and Sarah Greene in leading roles.
|TV Series:||Dublin murders|
|Created by:||Sarah Phelps|
|Written by:||Based on In the Woods & The Likeness by Tana French|
|Running time:||14 October 2019 –|
|Directed by:||Saul Dibb|
More about the show:
Dublin Murders is a crime thriller drama series based on the novel penned by Tana French and the story refers to the movies – In the Woods and The Likeness. The series has been created by Sarah Phelps. The screenplay has also been done by Sarah Phelps. The Direction team of the series consists of Saul Dibb, John Hayes, Rebecca Gatward. The show stars Killian Scott, Sarah Greene, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Moe Dunford, Sam Keeley, and Antonio Aakeel in important roles.
The story originates from the country of Ireland and the series consists of 8 episodes. The series has been produced by Carmel Maloney. The executive producers of the series are Sarah Phelps, Kate Harwood, Noemi Spanos, Ed Guiney, Alan Gasmer, Peter Jaysen, Elizabeth, Kilgariff, Saul Dibb, Tommy Bulfin.
The series has a total runtime of 60 minutes. The companies that produced the series include Euston Films, Veritas Entertainment Group, and Element Pictures. The distribution of the series is done by Freemantle. The show premiered on 14 October 2019 and has continued to release episodes since then.
The story of the series starts as Adam Reilly, a skinny and knock-kneed young guy, riding his bike fiercely into the woods that surround Knocknaree, a small town outside Dublin. While following his two close friends James and Peter, Adam desperately tries to keep up to their speed.
The story takes a leap when Adam arrives at the clearing and notices that his friends have disappeared. The three boys go missing after the incident. After being resurfaced after a few days, Adam is the only one of the three found alive. He was found clinging to a tree, he was screaming like he was being censored.
Adam’s clothing was ruptured as his shoes and socks are coated in blood and his T-shirt scratched by something similar to a bear’s claws. Being triggered by the families of the still missing kids, Adam’s parents transfer him to a British Boarding School, where he encourages his headmaster to call him Rob to erase his old identity and his past.
The further story is set during the height of the Celtic Tiger financial boom of the millennium. The series focuses on two murder investigations led by two amazing detectives- Detective Rob Reilly and Detective Cassie Maddox.
Killian Scott essayed the role of Rob Reilly. Sarah Greene played the character of Cassie Maddo. Michael D’Arcy featured in the character of Adam Reilly and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor played the character of Frank Mackey. Eugene O’Hare essayed the role of (Det.) Quigley and Moe Dunford played the role of Sam O’Neill. Ellie O’Halloran played the role of Jamie Rowan and Niall Jordan essayed the role of Peter Savage. Ian Kenny played the character of (Gda.) Phelan.
Conleth Hill essayed the role of (Superintendent) O’Kelly and Peter McDonald essayed the role of Jonathan Devlin. Amy Macken played the role of Katy and Jessica Devlin. Leah McNamara featured in the series as Rosalind Devlin and Jonny Holden featured as Damien Donnelly. Sam Keeley played the role of Daniel March and Antonio Aakeel played the role of Raphael “Rafe” Hyland.
Charlie Kelly essayed the role of Justin Mannering and Vanessa Emme featured in the role of Abigail “Abby” Stone. Alexandra Moen featured in the role of Simone Cameron and Kathy Monahan played the role of Margaret Devlin. Ericka Roe played the character of Alannah Shorey and Florence Ordesh played the role of Mel Royce. Ned Dennehy featured in the role of a pathologist.
The first season of the series had eight episodes. The first episode of the first season premiered on 10 October 2019. It was directed by Saul Dibb and written by Sarah Phelps. The second episode of the first season premiered on 10 November 2019. It was directed by Saul Dibb and written by Sarah Phelps. The second episode of the first season premiered on 17 November 2019. It was directed by Saul Dibb and written by Sarah Phelps.
The third episode of the first season premiered on 24 November 2019. It was directed by John Hayes and written by Sarah Phelps. The fourth episode of the first season premiered on 1 December 2019. It was directed by John Hayes and written by Sarah Phelps. The fifth episode of the first season premiered on 8 December 2019. It was directed by Rebecca Gatward and written by Sarah Phelps.
The sixth episode of the first season premiered on 15 December 2019. It was directed by Rebecca Gatward and written by Chandni Lakhani. The seventh episode of the first season premiered on 22 December 2019. It was directed by John Hayes and written by Sarah Phelps. The eighth episode of the first season premiered on 29 December 2019. It was directed by John Hayes and written by Sarah Phelps.
When will Dublin Murders Season 2 be released?
As per our sources, the makers of the show are looking for new scripts to cover for the second season. There has been no official announcement about the release of the second season, but the fans are quite positive about the second season’s release.