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Submitted by alycakes 1132d ago | interview

Matthew Macfadyen and GOT's Jerome Flynn Talk BBC America's Ripper Street

IGN:
BBC America is set to premiere their period procedural crime drama Ripper Street beginning on January 19 (the show is already airing in the U.K.).

Set in Victorian London, the series focuses on Inspector Edmund Reid (Matthew Macfadyen), who is haunted by the failure to catch the notorious Jack the Ripper. Reid heads up H Division, the toughest district in London’s East End, as new murder investigations bring the fear that Jack could be back. Ripper Street also stars Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones), Adam Rothenberg (Alcatraz), Myanna Buring (The Twilight Saga, White Heat) and David Dawson (Luther, Secret Diary of a Call Girl). (BBC America, Jerome Flynn, Matthew Macfadyen, Richard Warlow, Ripper Street, TV)

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