Jack Taylor is an Irish Crime-Drama based on the bestselling crime thrillers penned by Ken Bruen and Series 3 is a collection of three movie length episodes: Cross, Headstone and Purgatory.
Starring: Iain Glen of Game of Thrones and Downton Abbey, Nora Noone of The Descent and The Magdalene Sisters and Killian Scott of Love/Hate and Single-Handed.
Iain Glenn plays Irish ex-cop Jack Taylor, over forty and fond of a drink, his exit from the police force sees him begin a new career as a finder (private investigator) with a sharp wit and a soft heart. Taylor takes the cases The Guards won’t touch, regardless of how hopeless they seem. He’s stubborn as they come and a defender of the lost and broken.
Taylor knows every back street of Galways, his hometown, and he knows the people almost as well; and that’s part of what makes him so good. He also looks in the places no-one else does and talks to the people no-one else will. But Galway is still a small town, with a big memory and a tendency to be quick to anger and slow to forgive.
Jack Taylor promises to be a gritty crime drama with great dialogue and interesting characters.
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