Kevin Whately returns for the really, truly final season of a role he has played since 1987, first with the late John Thaw in Inspector Morse. As Lewis and Hathaway (Lawrence Fox) tackle the usual complex crimes in the academic haven of Oxford, a new Chief Superintendent, Joseph Moody (Steve Toussaint), clashes with Lewis over his more traditional policing methods; Laura Hobson (Clare Holman) contemplates early retirement; and Hathaway confronts his past. With Angela Griffin as DS Lizzie Maddox. 3 feature-length mysteries, 4 ½ hrs, 2 DVDs, SDH.
One for Sorrow
Lewis & Hathaway are called in to investigate the apparent death by drug overdose of an over achieving student who also happens to be an amateur taxidermist. Lewis' team must then delve into the worlds of social media, drugs, taxidermy, alternative art, and the homeless Eastern European community.
When a College Dean is found bludgeoned to death with a rock in local woodlands, Lewis and Hathaway are called in to investigate. They must then uncover the guilty secret their victims share in order to learn the identity of not just the killer, but potential new victims too.
What Lies Tangled
When an idyllic Oxford summer's day is torn asunder by a gruesome parcel bomb, Lewis & Hathaway are called into investigate. With his six-month trip to New Zealand with Hobson on the horizon, Lewis is in a race against time to save both his career and his relationship.
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 360 minutes
Number of discs: 2
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: Dolby
Kevin Whately, Laurence Fox, Clare Holman, Rebecca Front, Angela Griffin, Steve Toussaint, Nicholas Jones, Sally Scott, Alton Letto, Kirsten Foster, John Light, Mali Harries
A class double act - The Daily Telegraph (UK)
Crime Thriller Awards, Audience Award Winner - Best Detective Duo (Kevin Whately & Laurence Fox, 2012)
Crime Thriller Awards, Dagger Award Nomination - Best Supporting Actor (Laurence Fox, 2012)
Crime Thriller Awards, Dagger Award Nomination - Best Supporting Actor (Laurence Fox, 2010)
Television and Radio Industries Club Award Nomination - TV Crime Programme of the Year (2012)