There have been three episodes of the official adaptation of Simon Beckett’s criminal thriller from 2006, The Chemistry of Death, available to view on Paramount+. Here, you’ll learn when the next episode of the twisty show will air.
The protagonist, the forensic specialist David Hunter, is sent to a sleepy Norfolk village to examine the remains of a young woman who has been dead for some time. Armed with his special skills, Hunter must now identify the woman’s killer.
Now, in the previous episode, he managed to protect all the evidence, but a heavy storm cuts all communication from the mainland, and you’ll have to watch episode 4 to find out if he was successful in determining the true identity of the body. This episode will premiere on Paramount+ on February 2 at the same time.
Chemistry of Death Episode 4 Release Date
The Chemistry Of Death, a six-part series that debuted in the United States on January 12, will make its UK premiere on Paramount Plus on Thursday, January 19, 2023.
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As part of Paramount+’s new slate of projects, The Chemistry Of Death joins the likes of a Sexy Beast prequel series, an adaptation of A Gentleman in Moscow starring Ewan McGregor, and Rabbit Hole starring Kiefer Sutherland.
The Chemistry Of Death Cast Members: Who Are In It?
The forensic anthropologist trying to escape his troubled past is played by Harry Treadaway. In Penny Dreadful, he played Victor Frankenstein, and in The Crown, he played Roddy Llewellyn. In addition to Star Trek: Picard, he has also starred in the films Deceit, Mr. Mercedes, and Truckers. Luke and his twin brother are both actors.
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- Grace Strachan
- Amy Nuttall
- Michael Strachan
- Nick Blood
- Anna Andresen plays Linda Yates
- Alex Price as Gary Yates
- Katie Leung as Maggie
- Lucian Msamati plays Dr. Henry Maitland
- Jefferson Hall played by Ben Anders
- Jeanne Goursand plays Jenny Krause
The Chemistry Of Death Plotline: What Can We Expect?
After suffering a terrible loss, forensic anthropologist Dr. David Hunter left his career as a police consultant and began a new life as a general practitioner in the country.
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He had thought his past would stay hidden, but when a young woman’s mangled body is discovered in the woods, the police beg for his assistance in solving the case.
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David is hesitant to reenter that society at first, but when another woman goes missing, the entire town is put on edge. David realizes that the town is beginning to rip itself apart and that he will need to use all of his knowledge and experience to identify the sick individual responsible for the murders.
Locations and More About the Chemistry of Death on Paramount Plus
Production on The Chemistry of Death lasted over 15 weeks in several locations across Norfolk and Glasgow, both in the United Kingdom.
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Simon Beckett’s work, which I’ve linked to in a new tab, was published in 2006, and it chronicles the exploits of Dr. David Hunter, a character who appears in subsequent crime novels by the author.
Chemistry Of Death Trailer
Take a look at the Chemistry Of Death Trailer below:
David Hunter, a forensics expert, has been trying to put the pieces of his life back together after a devastating event three years ago. As a doctor, he is called to a small Norfolk village where a woman’s disfigured body has been found. Hunter has forensic expertise that the police want to use to track out the perpetrator, but he is reluctant to participate. For more details visit our website Jerseyshorevibe.com
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