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Peter Capaldi to star in Apple TV thriller Criminal Record

OHMYGOSSIP — Peter Capaldi is to star in new Apple TV+ thriller ‘Criminal Record’.
The former ‘Doctor Who’ star will join forces with Cush Jumbo in the new series, which will see them play detectives in a tug of war over an historic murder conviction.
An anonymous phone call will bring the two detectives into a confrontation about an old murder case.
Peter’s well-connected character Detective Chief Inspector Daniel Hegarty is determined to protect his legacy, while Cush’s alter-ego Detective Sergeant June Lenker is in the early stages of her career.
‘Criminal Record’ is set in the heart of contemporary London, and touches on issues of race, institutional failure, and the quest to find common ground in a polarised Britain.
Both 64-year-old Peter and Cush, 36, will serve as executive producers on the show, with Save Me Too’s Jim Loach set to direct the series.
The series is currently in production in London.
Peter previously played the Time Lord in ‘Doctor Who’ from 2013 to 2017, and last year the star admitted he loved the “B movie kind of cobbled together quality” in the sci-fi show, comparing it to his work on movie ‘The Suicide Squad’.
He said: “There was more money, you know, like ‘Doctor Who’, we don’t, we don’t really have enough – everything on ‘Doctor Who’ falls to pieces, all of the props fall to pieces and the costumes have to be stuck together with duct tape and Velcro and stuff.
“I like the kind of B movie kind of cobbled together, quality of it, you know that it’s really there’s never really quite enough money, but the ideas are often very special that’s what I like.
“But it’s also nice to be somewhere where they do have enough money to make the monsters look … scary.”

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