UNFORGOTTEN is the compelling police drama on ITV starring Nicola Walker has left viewers on the edge of their seats.
Here’s everything you need to know about the fourth series, which will see some creepy cold cases resurface once again.
What time is Unforgotten series four on ITV tonight?
The second episode of Unforgotten season four airs tonight, Monday March 1, at 9pm.
After it has aired it will be available to watch on the ITV Hub.
Filming for the news series began in January 2020, but shooting was suspended in March due to the lockdown enforced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The show’s official Twitter account confirmed filming got back underway in September by sharing a snap of a clapperboard from the production.
Who’s in the cast of Unforgotten series four?
The likes of Downtown Abbey star Peter Egan, Alastair Mackenzie from Deep Water, Blood’s Carolina Main, Uncle star Lewis Reeves and Prime Suspect 1973’s Jordan Long will also grace our screens once again.
Joining the cast for the new season will be the legendary Sheila Hancock, Susan Lynch from Killing Eve and Hanna’s Phaldut Sharma.
Other new stars include Lucy Speed from EastEnders, Life on Mars star Liz White, Wanderlust star Andy Nyman, Baptiste’s Clare Calbraith.
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What will happen in Unforgotten series four?
In the series’ opening episode, the team discovers a dismembered body in a scrap metal yard that appears to have been stored in a domestic freezer for 30 years.
Helped by a distinctive Millwall Football Club tattoo, they’re able to identify the victim as a young man who went missing in 1990.
Nicola Walker said the break in filming actually helped create the right atmosphere to bring back DCI Cassie Stuart.
“I am sure everyone feels this… you come back to a job and you think ‘I don’t know if I can still do this.’ It is a really strange feeling,” she explained.
“And ironically that was fine for me because that is exactly where Cassie is this year, which struck me as rather funny. It was perfect for Cassie because she doesn’t know if she can do it anymore and on a very real level I wasn’t sure that I could either. So it worked in my favour rather than against me.”