New Tricks (2003–2015)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Drama


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Three retired police officers are drafted in to solve cold cases, with a touch of comedy and drama

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  • Dennis Waterman in New Tricks (2003)
  • Amanda Redman in New Tricks (2003)
  • Denis Lawson and Amanda Redman in New Tricks (2003)
  • Dennis Waterman in New Tricks (2003)
  • Anthony Calf and Tamzin Outhwaite in New Tricks (2003)
  • Natalie J. Robb in New Tricks (2003)

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Creators:

Nigel McCrery, Roy Mitchell

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18 January 2008 | winstonfg
9
| Great fun
For us Brits, it's always nice to see familiar faces back where they belong, and this show does that for both Dennis Waterman and James Bolam. While not quite reaching the heights that 'Minder' did for Waterman, it's nevertheless highly entertaining - and he does get to sing the title theme...AGAIN.

The real star though, is Alun Armstrong, whose portrayal of obsessive alcoholic savant Brian is both funny and touching; and the storybase of a "cold case" police unit made up of retired ex-coppers allows plenty of latitude for self-deprecating humour. Amanda Redman is always good value too, and she doesn't disappoint here as the no-nonsense boss of this team of superannuated mavericks.

Yes, there are lots of clichés and several improbable situations, but overall it's a good-natured romp with a bunch of old pros. I always try to watch it if I'm in.

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