Dreaming, delusional, or displaced in time? Police detective Sam Tyler (John Simm, State of Play) must decide which describes him in this intriguing twist on the police procedural that has won two International Emmys® and rave reviews from critics and fans.
Hot on a killer's trail in modern-day Manchester, Tyler gets struck by a passing car and wakes up in 1973. The high-tech tools and respect for proper procedure have vanished. Instead, he finds himself working on a homicide squad where hard drinking replaces hard thinking. Forensics takes weeks to analyze, and his boss, DCI Gene Hunt (Philip Glenister, Clocking Off), has no qualms about roughing up suspects-or Sam himself. Still, Tyler has real-world crimes to solve, even as strange voices call him back to his 21st century life. But when he bonds with sympathetic policewoman Annie Cartwright (Liz White, The Fixer), Sam wonders: does he really want to return? 8 episodes on 4 DVDs, approx. 466 minutes, SDH.
While investigating a murderer in present-day Manchester, Detective Sam Tyler gets run down by a car. He wakes up in 1973, where he's the new DI at his old police station, but all the rules are different. Soon they
- Audio commentaries for every episode with cast and crew.
- "Take a Look at the Lawman," and hour-long documentary with cast and crew interviews and behind-the-scenes footage
- Interview clip with director Bharat Nalluri
- "The Mu
Run Time: 466 minutes
Number of discs: 4
Color or B&W: Color
SDH: Yes (inc
"An intoxicating treat"--Variety
"Compulsive viewing"--Daily Mail (UK)
"Terrific performances"--Los Angeles Times
"Intelligent...refreshing...brilliant...seductive...cool"--San Francisco Chronicle
International Emmy Winner for Best Drama Series 2006
International Emmy Winner for Best Drama Series 2008
Edgar Allan Poe Award Winner for Best Television Episode Teleplay (Matthew Graham, Episode 1, 2007)
BAFTA Audience A