TREVOR EVE RETURNS AS HOSTAGE NEGOTIATOR DOMINIC KING IN ITV's ACCLAIMED CRIME DRAMA. Dominic King (Trevor Eve) is in Srinagar, Kashmir negotiating the release of the Mehtas, a British Asian family kidnapped while on holiday. As the handover is completed, the police arrive and a shoot-out ensues. Dominic secures the release of the family but the kidnappers get away. In their panic they board a tourist bus taking all the passengers hostage. When the tourist bus crashes in a packed market square, Dominic begins the challenge of negotiation for the safety of the stranded... multi-national group of people. Trevor Eve heads a stellar cast that includes fellow original series cast members Helen Baxendale (Friends; Cold Feet), Natasha Little (Mistresses) and Amara Karan (The Darjeeling Limited) alongside guest stars Sean Gilder (Shameless), Sharon Small (Downton Abbey), Madhur Mittal (Slumdog Millionaire), Christopher Fairbank (Five Daughters), Owen Teale (Game of Thrones) and Kimberley Nixon (Cranford). Created by acclaimed scriptwriter Patrick Harbinson (24, Law & Order, ER), written by Michael Crompton (Silent Witness) and directed by David Drury (Ashes to Ashes). Exclusive bonus feature: Interview and behind the scenes featuring Trevor Eve and Helen Baxendale [show more]
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Second series of the ITV drama starring Trevor Eve as a seasoned hostage negotiator and Helen Baxendale as his business partner. Still haunted by his failure to rescue a hostage from a violent gang, Dominic King (Eve) is called to India, where a British Asian family, the Mehtas, have been kidnapped while visiting their son, Mahavir (Gregg Chillin), in Srinagar. Though King and Angela (Baxendale) are able to negotiate the release of the family, the untimely arrival of the local police leads to a shoot-out and the gang escape with Mahavir to a tourist bus, where they take the passengers hostage. Finding a way to save Mahavir and the tourists could prove to be King's toughest assignment yet...