Posted Under: Ripper Street
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 11:36 am | 0 Comments |
The fifth and final season of Ripper Street arrives on Amazon Prime UK on 12th October. Matthew returns as Sergeant Samuel Drummond for this last foray into Whitechapel. It is unknown when the show will be made available on Amazon Prime US or air on TV. But we can assume it will eventually make it’s way to BBC and BBC America as Season 4 did.
Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 12:24 pm | 0 Comments |
Monday, August 22, 2016 at 2:07 pm | 0 Comments |
Earlier today Matt was a guest on BBC Radio 5 Live’s Afternoon Edition. You can listen to the episode over on the BBC website or in the embed below. In the interview he talks about Ripper Street series 4 which is currently airing on BBC 2 and BBC America. Matt also discusses his new play, Unfaithful.
Update: Thanks to AccioMDL we have the video of Matthew’s Radio chat. Watch below:
Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 8:15 am | 0 Comments |
Matthew was a guest on ITV’s This Morning on August 15th to talk about his new play Unfaithful and Ripper Street Season 4 which will begin airing on BBC Two on August 22nd. It is also airing on Thursdays in the United States on BBC America.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at 10:52 am | 0 Comments |
Amazon has announced that season 5 of Ripper Street will be the show’s last. Matt Lewis joined the show for it’s 4th season and is currently filming the fifth and final. Ripper Street got it’s start on BBC and, when it was cancelled after two seasons, Amazon picked it up for what will be three more. The show has NOT been cancelled, they have just finished the story they wanted to tell so there is no need for further seasons.
In the final season, writer Richard Warlow shows how, as the Victorian age comes to a close, the police officers of H Division attempt to maintain law and order on the streets of Whitechapel. Joseph Mawle (“In the Heart of the Sea”) rejoins the series as the feared Detective Inspector Jedediah Shine, intent on a mission of revenge after last being seen in the season two finale when Inspector Reid (Matthew Macfadyen, “The Enfield Haunting”) plotted with Drake (Jerome Flynn, “Game of Thrones”) to take Shine’s life.
Season four, which launched exclusively for Prime Members in the U.K. in January, saw David Threlfall (“Shameless”), Matthew Lewis (“Happy Valley”) and David Warner (“Titanic,” “Planet of the Apes”) appear alongside series regulars Macfadyen, Flynn, MyAnna Buring (“The Twilight Saga”) and Adam Rothenberg (“The Immigrant”).