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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7.8/10
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  • Dennis Waterman in New Tricks (2003)
  • Amanda Redman in New Tricks (2003)
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  • Denis Lawson and Amanda Redman in New Tricks (2003)
  • Natalie J. Robb in New Tricks (2003)
  • Dennis Waterman in New Tricks (2003)

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Creators:

Nigel McCrery, Roy Mitchell

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3 February 2007 | Emberweave
9
| Extremely entertaining
I agree that the Brits seem to be able to produce well written shows that can make you laugh out loud one minute and then be tearing up at the sincere drama of the next minute. This is a unique and entertaining crime drama with good humor and great actors. I became a fan of Amanda Redman in spite of first seeing her in a terribly crap TV movie called "Suspicion". She was clearly working hard to make that script interesting and I knew an actress that determined must be good. Now that I'm seeing her in a decent show I am not in the least disappointed. She is great (and getting more beautiful with each year). She's completely believable as the tough policewoman in charge of this motley crew of men, and the guarded, reluctantly vulnerable woman sort of dating a younger man. The entire cast is superb. Alun Armstrong has never disappointed in anything I've ever seen him in and he is hysterical as the cop on multiple meds in this show. It's nice to see real looking people rather than bimbos & himbos. These are talented actors having a good time and creating something extremely entertaining.

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