Holiday Grainger is back as hard-hitting detective, DCI Rachel Carey, this time focusing on rising politician Isaac Turner and the twisted world of modern technology.
Here’s everything you need to know about The Capture Season Two.
Capture One Series Summary
According to IMDB, The Capture Season One “follows a British soldier accused of a crime” who begins to unravel when a “tenacious young detective handling his case begins to uncover a multi-layered conspiracy.”
Shaun Emery, a former soldier, is released from a murder conviction in Afghanistan due to faulty video evidence. However, CCTV footage of a night in London appears and Shaun must fight for his innocence once again.
What is the synopsis of the second season of The Capture?
The official synopsis for the new season reads: “The next installment of The capture will question again if we can really believe what we see. Britain is under siege: pirated news sources, manipulated media and interference in politics.
Entrenched in the UK’s own ‘Correction’ unit, DCI Rachel Carey finds herself in the middle of a new conspiracy, with a new target. But how can she solve this case when she can’t even trust her closest colleagues?
Escalating from the series one CCTV thriller, the six-part series features ‘invisible’ killers, the terrifying rise of deepfake technology, the escalating tension between government and big tech, and the corruption at the heart of the British media.
The full cast of the Capture Two series
Holliday Grainger as DCI Rachel Carey
Holliday Grainger is an English actress from Manchester, born in 1988. She rose to fame appearing as Kate Beckett on the BAFTA award-winning children’s show Roger and the Rottentrolls. Grainger also appeared as Estrella in Mike Newell’s adaptation of Great Expectations. The actress is passionate about foreign affairs and she appeared alongside Jack O’Connell in a film made by the United Nations about the global refugee crisis. the rest of the cast
- Paapa Essiedu as Isaac Turner MP
- Ron Perlamn as CIA chief Frank Napier
- Ben Miles as Commander Danny Hart
- Lia Williams as DSU Gemma Garland
- Cavin Klerkin as D.S. Patrick Flynn
- Ginny Holder as DS Nadia Latif
- Nigel Lindsay as DSI Tom Kendricks
- Indira Varma as Khadija Khan
- Andy Nyman as Rowan Gill
- Charlie Murphy as Simone Turner
- Rob Yang as Yan Wanglei
- Harry Mitchell as Rhys Edwards
- Natalie Dew as Aliza Clark
- Joseph Arkley as Gregory Knox
- Chris Corrigan as Alan McKenzie
How can I watch the second series of The Capture?
The second season of The Capture premiered on Sunday, August 28.
You can catch up on episode one and two via BBC Iplayer. Episode 3 will air on BBC One on Sunday 4th September at 9pm