Law & Order: UK
The English adaptation of your favorite courtroom drama swings this side of the Atlantic for the first time! A host of top British acting talent comes together to form the ensemble, while the original series’ iconic two-part structure – first half Law, second half Order, is handled with a uniquely English spin.
When a body is found at a London hospital, DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin investigate an emotionally charged death. But can they and Crown Prosecutors James Steel and Alesha Phillips bring the perpetrator to justice?
The brutal death of a teenager leads DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin through a tangled web of family loyalties. But the killer’s barrister argues that he was genetically predisposed towards violence and therefore not responsible for his actions.
The ruthless murder of an ex-Vice policeman leads DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin through the seedy side of London to a surprise murder suspect. But in court, the accused argues it was self-defense.
The past comes back to haunt James Steel when a body is found on the banks of the Thames. DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin uncover evidence which renders James’ conviction of Luke Slade perilous.
The discovery of a child’s body buried inside a wall for 20 years leads to a harrowing and emotive case for DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin. As the residents of the house all fall under suspicion, the key to the case rests in the timeworn memories.
An arson attack on a Turkish social club claims seventeen lives and DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin must race against time to find the perpetrator. James Steel and Alesha Phillips question whether this was a racially motivated attack - or something even more disturbing...
When an eminent doctor is accused of sexually assaulting his patients, DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin are faced with their most challenging case yet. As personal opinions endanger professional relationships, can James Steel and Alesha Phillips prove the truth in court?
A tragic communication error between police officers leaves Nick Bentley, a gay police constable, caught in the cross-fire of armed drug-dealers with no back-up. When the police trace Bentley’s partner to an extremist religious group, it seems that tragic error may be something else entirely.
When the body of a missing ten-year-old schoolgirl is found, DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin investigate an emotionally charged child abduction. But when the case takes a shocking twist, Crown Prosecutors James Steel and Alesha Phillips are forced to face some tough choices
10. Community Service
When a homeless man is found beaten nearly to death with an iron bar at the centre of a well-kept square, Ronnie and Matt Devlin investigate. Everyone in the square has a motive but no one is talking. Are they protecting the perpetrator?
DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin suspect organ trafficking when a man is attacked and his kidney is stolen. In court, Crown Prosecutors and Alesha Phillips are surprised to find an unusual but familiar face is the leading the defense team.
12. Love And Loss
DS Ronnie Brooks and DS Matt Devlin are called to the death of a teenager. Can Crown Prosecutors and Alesha Phillips keep their promise to bring the perpetrator to justice?
13. Honour Bound
DS Ronnie Brooks agrees to help his old friend and partner in an undercover drug sting. A gun is pulled and someone ends up dead. The CPS investigate the shooting of a civilian by a policeman and are forced to turn their spotlight on the person who appears most guilty - Ronnie Brooks.
The terrifying CCTV image of a toddler being led to his death haunts this episode that deals with the difficult and morally complex issue of children who kill.
When the body of a 16-year-old girl is found dead in her home in the middle of the afternoon, the investigating police cannot be sure a crime was even committed. With no forensic evidence, there is nothing to suggest the victim didn’t die of natural causes.
When three people are brutally murdered in a shop in central London and a fourth left for dead, Matt and Ronnie are up against the clock to find the killer who they fear could strike again at any moment.
This week’s case hits close to home for DS Matt Devlin when investigating the death of a police officer, and his best friend, PS Pete Garvey.
Soon after Prison Officer Charlie Tyner is found shot dead, it comes to light that he was taking advantage of his position in prison in a number of ways. There are plenty of prisoners inside with reason to kill Charlie but, being in prison, they have solid alibis. So, who killed Charlie?
The mystery surrounding the stabbing of student, Archie Rahman, has our cops chasing their tails when the only clue they have to go on is a library book checked out on the day of his murder.
For two years, Stephanie Blake has been stalked by a man who calls himself ‘Giovanni’. She knows nothing about him but he knows everything about her right down to the finest details of what she keeps in her bathroom cabinet.
When a pregnant junior doctor is found beaten to death in the carpark of the hospital where she works, the prime suspect becomes her boyfriend, Joe Nash.
Love, betrayal, and assisted suicide are the themes of this week’s episode when high court judge Rachel Callaghan is shot in the underground carpark of her apartment building.
The unfolding tragedy of this episode takes you on unexpected twists and turns as what initially looks like a death of 6-month-old Alex Raines is later diagnosed as shaken baby syndrome. Ronnie and Matt have a murder case on their hands.
11. Duty of Care
When a fire at his home leads to the death of Ian Parnell - a teenager with severe disabilities - Ronnie and Matt soon discover the fire was no accident. The investigation draws our cops in many different directions but the finger of blame soon points towards the last person one would have expected.
Ex-Premier League Footballer, Robbie Nichols, is beaten to death with a tire iron on a London street one evening in what looks like a robbery gone wrong.
1. The Wrong Man
Brought into A&E with flu-like symptoms and leaving in a body bag, Suzanne Morton’s death is treated as suspicious by detectives Brooks & Devlin as they investigate a hospital department which has had three such untimely deaths within six months.
When two year old Ryan Stark goes missing from a high street merry-go-round, his distraught mother reports him kidnapped and a massive police hunt is launched to find the missing toddler.
Found dead in an upmarket apartment, call girl, Katka Cizek, seems to have only one admirer capable of the murder.
4. Tick Tock
A nightclub peppered with bullets. Two victims bleeding out on the floor. The start of a deadly gun rampage through the streets of London.
Stabbed to death while they slept, the killings of David and Elaine Lerner prove a mystery to Ronnie and Matt as they investigate the murders.
One stray bullet. One life taken. One day that will shake the world of our heroes forever.
7. Survivor’s Guilt
A drive-by shooting outside the Old Bailey leaves one police officer dead and another wounded in what appears to be a targeted attack on a witness giving evidence in an attempted murder trial.
A bungled robbery leads to a have-a-go hero being shot dead and a hostage seized by two armed gunmen.
The deathbed confession of a petty criminal to the murder of a teenage girl leaves DS Ronnie Brooks shaken to the core as he is forced to reopen a case he thought he had put to bed fourteen years ago.
The murder of an elderly janitor in his home one afternoon is carried out with such precision and planning that the only evidence the killer leaves is designed to lead the detectives a merry dance.
11. Line Up
A murder enquiry is launched when a concerned citizen alerts the police to a shocking video spreading like wildfire on the web.
12. Dawn Till Dusk
This episode takes place over one very long day as our team work flat-out on three separate cases including tracking a serial killer, intervening in a family dispute turned murderous and disproving an accusation of police intimidation.
A car is left on a railway level crossing causing a catastrophic train crash which kills fifteen people, though the car driver cannot be found.
As the last person to apparently have seen Finn Tyler alive DS Sam Casey is suspended from duty pending a full investigation.
Michael Trent is found shot dead in his hotel room and the money he had with him is missing.
Ronnie’s new partner, Joe, arrives keen and fresh from Child Protection, just as Ronnie, Jake and Kate are trying to nail drug overlord Horgan for the third time.
2. Safe from Harm
Investigating the stabbing of a psychiatrist, Ronnie and Joe are disturbed to find a secret room in his office -- with a bed in it.
3. I Predict A Riot
Tensions run high within the police force when the skeleton of a missing police officer is found twenty years after his disappearance. Friendships and loyalties are tested, and careers are put on the line, as the investigation reveals corruption at the highest levels.
No one is more surprised than Ronnie when investigating a murder leads him to the door of his old boss: Natalie Chandler. Ronnie tries not to let his history with Chandler cloud his judgement, but when pushed, how far will he go to help his friend?
Everyone is on edge after an apparent suicide begins to look more sinister and Ronnie’s terrorism alarm starts to ring. Things aren’t much better over at the CPS where one of Jake and Kate’s professional disagreements leads to her risking her career.
6. Bad Romance
Forensics from a blood‐spattered hotel room lead Ronnie and Joe to a surprising class of criminal. It is up to Jake to prove that the wealthy and privileged are not above the law.
7. Hard Stop
A shocking series of shootings means that Ronnie and Joe have to catch the killer before he, or she, can strike again… and the next target is one of their own.
VERY DISAPPOINTED I can't watch this in Canada !
Why is not available in my country suddenly? I started watching it in Canada and now I can’t continue. Not cool.
Love the U.K. version. I like the fact that all the endings are not so predictable. Great plots and twists, and marvelous characters.
Love the U.K
why do all british shows have such cheap production values?