The Prosecutors is British Crime TV series. It premiered on Feb 24, 2016, on BBC Two. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.8 *.
How Many Seasons Of The Prosecutors Is There: 2 (6 episodes)
Season premieres on August 2, 2018
Returns: January 7, 2019
BBC Two, 3 episodes
Season premieres on February 24, 2016
BBC Two, 3 episodes
The Prosecutors is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Thursdays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 3 () - Air Date: Jan 07, 2019 (4 months ago)
The week in TV: Fresh Meat, The Prosecutors, Who's the Boss? - Telegraph.co.uk - via Telegraph
Good stories on television live off emotional involvement, not paperwork. As such The Prosecutors couldn’t avoid being dry at times. Part of its point was that the boring stuff is the important stuff. I suspect this is one reason that it was shown on BBC Four.
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The Prosecutors, episode 2, review: a rigorous lesson in fighting the good fight - The Telegraph - via Telegraph
The Prosecutors episode 1 review: real-life legal case that's compelling without sensationalism - The Telegraph - via Telegraph
In this episode, the first of two, Cutliffe was alerted by police to a gang smuggling drugs into prisons. There was a time when getting drugs behind bars was an unsophisticated affair: they were either thrown over a wall or brought in by crooked guards. Now, they’re arriving by drone,...
When is BBC2's The Prosecutors: Prisons, Drugs And Drones on TV? - Radio Times - via Radiotimes
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The Prosecutors: Real Crime and Punishment, TV review - The Independent - via Independent
The Prosecutors: Real Crime and Punishment, BBC Four - The Arts Desk - via Theartsdesk
Each episode has focused on contrasting cases to illustrate the many different ways in which evidence is evaluated and presented to best effect in court. In the first, a motoring collision between two cars caused the death of a schoolboy and the CPS had the laborious process of working out which charge was most likely to secure a conviction. It also followed the successful prosecution of a gang of burglars who blew their way into banks by targeting cash machines. The second programme moved onto murder: one man had killed his elderly mother, and another had fatally stabbed an old flame he’d met again online. The final programme visited two historic crimes: a murder that had gone unsolved since 1993, and the prosecution of a schoolmaster who abused a large number of pupils in the 1970s and '80s.
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