ITV’s “Malpractice” Returns for a Second Series, Tom Hughes Joins Cast


ITV’s medical thriller “Malpractice” is set to return with a second series, introducing new faces while welcoming back familiar ones.

Helen Behan and Jordan Kouamé reprise their roles as Dr. Norma Callahan and Dr. George Adjei, members of the Medical Investigation Unit (MIU), who find themselves investigating a doctor facing malpractice allegations.

Tom Hughes joins the cast as Dr. James Ford, a psychiatric registrar with a difference. Based in a North Yorkshire hospital, Dr. Ford navigates a personal life in turmoil, his arrogance noted by colleagues, yet his dedication to his vulnerable patients cannot be faulted.

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The new series explores the aftermath of a challenging on-call shift, where Ford encounters a moral dilemma with significant repercussions.

The first series, which debuted in April 2023, garnered critical acclaim and a dedicated following. The premiere episode attracted 6.7 million viewers, making it the most-watched new drama on ITV1 in 2023. “Malpractice” has since been sold to over 70 countries.

Written and created by Grace Ofori-Attah, the second series is produced by the award-winning World Productions, known for their work on acclaimed dramas such as “Line of Duty” and “The Pembrokeshire Murders.”

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The new series of “Malpractice” is distributed by ITV Studios.

I'm Noah Masire, I look after UK TV News at Memorable TV. From the gripping crime of Happy Valley to the feel good storytelling of All Creatures Great & Small, I bring you the latest news about what's what and who's who in the world of iconic British TV shows. Stay tuned!