No Offence is British Drama TV series. Created by Paul Abbott. Produced by Abbott Vision. Stars: Paul Ritter, Tom Varey, Saira Choudhry. Also known as Sirener in Denmark. It first aired on May 05, 2015, on Channel 4. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.0 *. Won the La Rochelle TV Award, RTS Television Award. No Offence is set in UK.
How Many Seasons Does No Offence Have: 3 (21 episodes)
|Season 4|| |
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on September 13, 2018
Finale: October 18, 2018
Channel 4, 6 episodes
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on January 4, 2017
Finale: February 15, 2017
Channel 4, 7 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2015, Channel 4, 8 episodes
No Offence is on Channel 4 (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 6 pm
S3E6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Oct 18, 2018 (about a year ago)
When is series three of Channel 4's No Offence on TV? - by Radiotimes
But there are also some newcomers. Sharp new Superintendent Marilyn Merchant will be played by Claire Rushbrook, while Neil Maskell plays the leader of the extreme Far Right group Albion, Dennis Caddy. Sharon Rooney plays his sister Faye, while his outspoken girlfriend Bonnie is played by Tamara Lawrence.
No Offence cast: Who is in the cast of No Offence? - per Express
Other recurring roles include “fast-talking Mancunian” Randolph Miller (Paul Ritter), “unlikely mayoral candidate” Caroline McCoy (Lisa McGrillis), “ringleader of a far right, racist organisation” Dennis Caddy (Neil Maskell) and Caddy’s girlfriend Bonnie Sands (Tamara Lawrence), a “clever, Machiavellian and quick witted strategist.”
Channel 4 Releases Trailer For 'No Offence' Season 3 - via Tvwise
In the show’s third season, mayoral hustings in Cinderly, an inner-city area of Manchester, is a tinderbox ready to ignite. Fuelling the chaos in the community is leader of the extreme Far Right group Albion, Dennis Caddy, his outspoken girlfriend Bonnie and his mouthy sister Faye. The febrile atmosphere in Cinderly ignites as the mayoral candidate anti-establishment, local girl-done-good politician Caroline McCoy goes head to head for the high-stakes electoral ward, with woolly liberal Mayor Karim Hassan. In their midst is the master puppeteer, mercenary Far Right fanatic Ralph Beckett, forcing Viv and the team to fight toe to toe as he wages his war on both the cops and culturally-vulnerable targets – with devastating consequences. Viv and Friday Street find themselves pawns in a political chess match, which is the last thing they need as incidents of hate crime soar in the city. Clashing once more with the underworld and the upper brass alike, Viv’s never had it so tough and finds she must deploy every weapon in her arsenal to keep her team together and restore peace to a community wracked with political and xenophobic uncertainty.
No Offence: Staffel 3 des Manchester-Krimis ab September bei C4 - via Serienjunkies
In der dritten Staffel werden DI Vivienne Deering (Joanna Scanlan) und ihr Team in die politischen Machenschaften des Problembezirks Cinderly verwickelt. Hier lässt die rechtspopulistische Gruppierung Albion unter der Leitung von Dennis Caddy (Neil Maskell), dessen Freundin Bonnie (Tamara Lawrance) und Schwester Faye (Sharon Rooney) ihren Einfluss walten, während sich Anti-Establishment-Kandidatin Caroline McCoy (Lisa McGrillis) und der liberale Bürgermeister Karim Hassan (Ace Bhatti) im Wahlkampf begegnen. Zur Gruppe zählt auch der gewaltbereite Ralph Beckett (Darren Connolly), der mit brutalen Methoden auf Randgruppen losgeht, was schließlich die Detectives Kowalska (Elaine Cassidy) und Freers (Alexandra Roach) auf den Plan ruft.