BULLETPROOF

Picking up a year on from the events of Series 1, the bond between Bishop and Pike remains, yet it’s impossible to mask the damage caused by some of last year’s testing cases. In this job it’s up to those left behind to pick up the pieces and put them back together again, which is exactly what ‘best mates’ Bishop and Pike are now trying to do…until they’re dragged into their most dangerous case yet.

What starts out as a routine sting morphs into something far more dangerous for Bishop, Pike and the rest of the team as they are sucked into the dangerous world of undercover policing. Bishop and Pike’s pasts will collide and their moral codes tested in a tense, heart-stopping game of ‘cat and mouse’ with the Markides…a notorious and elusive Greek Cypriot crime family with connections that spread far beyond the borders of London and the UK.

Bishop and Pike will travel the country and around Europe in pursuit of justice, bringing their entire team into the line of fire in the process. Staying undercover will push the boys to breaking point, and the lines between good and evil, friend and foe, will become confused. Can good policemen pass themselves off as even better criminals? Only time will tell.

The Sunday Times Culture: “the banter and bangbang are again nicely blended”
The Sun: “Fans can expect plenty more action, more car chases and brotherly banter between the pair”
Radio Times: “Bulletproof doesn’t do things by halves: the climactic car chase alongside Amsterdam canals is good value”
The i: “The chemistry of the leads… is as strong as ever”
The Sun TV Mag: “from the intense fight scenes to the drama’s trademark car chases, it’s a high quality production”
Daily Star: “Ashley Walters and Noel Clarke are back for a second series and fans won’t be disappointed because it’s packed with action. The lads have emerged as one of TV’s best cop duos.”

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“Explosive new cop drama.”

Daily Star

“****”

TV Times

“The charismatic leads have chemistry to burn…high-octane.”

The Guardian