Paul Abbott’s award-winning drama No Offence continues with it’s second series of rollercoaster cases to be cracked by the brilliant, but dysfunctional crime fighting family of coppers.
In the third of seven new episodes the dead vape shop kids are all identified, as Dinah (Elaine Cassidy) and Deering (Joanna Scanlan) hunt for those aiding the Attahs (Rakie Ayola and Zackary Momoh) in child exploitation. They uncover tensions and secrets within the Attah family that could provide a crucial breakthrough.
Friday Street’s beat cops are called to an armed robbery at a pub in a converted bank, but it’s turned into a hostage situation. Jonah (Ste Johnson) is forced to find another way to apprehend a man posing as a paramedic, as the faker continually slips through legal loop holes.
Writers: Mark Greig, Paul Tomalin;
Director: Sarah O’Gorman;
Producer: Simon Meyers;
Production Company: AbbottVision
No Offence Season 2 Episode 3 (of 7) airs Wednesday 18 January 2017 from 9.00pm-10.00pm on Channel 4.