All seven episodes from the fourth series of the TV drama starring Matthew Macfadyen as a detective trying to maintain the law on the streets of Whitechapel in the wake of the Jack the Ripper murders. Set in 1897, H Division's newly-retired Detective Inspector Edmund Reid (Macfadyen) returns to Whitechapel to investigate the murder of a rabbi. Once again, he is assisted by Detective Inspector Bennet Drake (Jerome Flynn) and American forensics expert Captain Homer Jackson (Adam Rothenberg), who is meanwhile trying to free Susan (MyAnna Buring) after she is sentenced to hang. The episodes are: 'the Strangers' Home: Part 1', 'the Strangers' Home: Part 2', 'Some Conscience Lost', 'A White World Made Red', 'Men of Iron, Men of Smoke', 'No Wolves in Whitechapel' and 'Edmund Reid Did This'. Synopsis The crime drama which has explored the mean streets of London's East End returns in the high summer of 1897, as the nation prepares to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. This fourth series once more reunites our heroes Reid, Drake, Jackson and Long Susan - and takes them to their darkest point yet. Running Time: 405 minutes Region: Region 2 Release Date: 10 Oct. 2016
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