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Crazy, in a coma, or back in time? Struck by a passing car in modern-day Manchester, detective Sam Tyler (John Simm, State of Play, Doctor Who) wakes up in 1973, where he's the newest member of his old police squad. Sam's respect for proper procedure and 21st-century mentality clash mightily with his bullying boss, DCI Gene Hunt (Philip Glenister, Cranford). Still, Sam gamely adapts to crime solving in this retro world, despite hearing strange voices that call him back to his former life. When he bonds with sympathetic policewoman Annie Cartwright (Liz White, The Fixer), Sam wonders: does he really want to return?
Winner of two International EmmysÂ® for best drama series.
"an entertaining collision of bare-knuckled police-procedural realism and mind-blowing surrealism" -- TV Guide
I enjoyed this series but my wife didn't. In fact, I've watched it twice.Published 6 months ago by Bob Toth
Fun look at the perception of the 70's detective.
Great for everyone. Made me Laugh!
Detective meets Dr Who. I loved it!
Reminds me of growing up back in England in the 70's,highly recommended ,Watched it when it was on BBC Canada , now I own the complete seriesPublished on July 20 2013 by steve frame
I have purchased both the American version and this, the UK version, of this series as they are way above the average TV fare. Emotional, gripping and entertaining. Read morePublished on June 3 2013 by carole
I found this UK series intriguing. A modern policeman puts his modern-day insights to the previous generations cases. In some cases he learns a lot from the 70's cops.Published on Feb. 23 2013 by Delbert C Wright