KCET to Air Season 10 of Popular BBC Drama Series 'New Tricks'


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KCET to Air Season 10 of Popular BBC Drama Series 'New Tricks'

BURBANK, CA -Jan. 20, 2015 -KCET, the nation's largest independent public television station serving Southern and Central California, presents Season 10 of the popular BBC police drama, NEW TRICKS. This season is centered around Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman (Amanda Redman), who out of desperation to put her fledgling police career back on track, recruits three seasoned veterans to re-examine unsolved crimes. The new season begins on KCET on Monday, Feb. 2 at 8 p.m.

Led by Pullman, a detective in disgrace after mishandling a hostage situation, she recruits three retired detectives with over 80 years of service between them. Adapting to new 21st century police strategies, not to mention working under a tough woman with her future on the line, isn't easy, as the three discover with plenty of comic relief.

This season adds to its stellar cast and welcomes a few new faces. But first, DS Pullman and her loyal team--Gerry Standing (Dennis Waterman), Brian Lane (Alun Armstrong), and Steve McAndrew (Denis Lawson)--will solve their final cases together, bringing justice to decades-old murders that stumped London's Metropolitan Police. 

After Brian's reckless behavior endangers his place on the team, brainy Danny Griffin (Nicholas Lyndhurst) steps in and rubs the rest of the squad the wrong way. Later, Pullman makes a choice that means a new boss for the department: feisty, fearless DCI Sasha Miller (Tamzin Outhwaite).

Season 10 Episode Descriptions:

 "The Rock Part 1"

Lane's future at Unsolved Crime and Open Case Squad (UCOS) is threatened by a death in custody which emerges from his past.


"The Rock Part 2"

The team unlock over three decades of secrets and lies on the Rock of Gibraltar.


"The Sins Of The Father"

The team investigates a murder conviction of a young mum by her criminal husband.


"The Little Brother"

Esther asks Lane to help one of her book club friends find her missing brother.


"Cry Me a River"

A new face arrives at UCOS, who investigate a notorious murder case from seedy 1980s Soho.


"Into the Woods"

UCOS find themselves trying to solve the conundrum of a seemingly perfect vanishing act.


"Things Can Only Get Better"

The team find themselves in pursuit of a mysterious Bosnian woman.


"The One That Got Away"

Pullman hopes to solve a murder that she believes is linked to her first ever case.



Feathers are ruffled when new boss DCI Miller arrives to take over the running of UCOS.


"Wild Justice"

Miller faces a dilemma following the investigation into a corrupt senior officer.



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