|Created by||Sarah Phelps|
|Based on||In the Woods & The Likeness|
by Tana French
|Screenplay by||Sarah Phelps|
|Country of origin||Ireland|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||8 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original release||14 October 2019 –|
Dublin Murders is a television series created by Sarah Phelps. It is based on the first two Dublin Murder Squad books by Tana French, commissioned by the BBC for BBC One and Starz, with RTÉ later joining the project. The story, consisting of eight episodes, is adapted from In the Woods and The Likeness.
Broadcast began on BBC One on 14 October 2019, on RTÉ One on 16 October 2019, and on Starz on 10 November 2019.
- Killian Scott as Rob Reilly
- Sarah Greene as Cassie Maddox
- Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as Frank Mackey
- Moe Dunford as Sam O'Neill
- Sam Keeley as Daniel March
- Antonio Aakeel as Raphael "Rafe" Hyland
- Charlie Kelly as Justin Mannering
- Vanessa Emme as Abigail "Abby" Stone
- Alexandra Moen as Simone Cameron
- Leah McNamara as Rosalind Devlin
- Ian Kenny as Phelan
- Eugene O'Hare as Quigley
- Jonny Holden as Damien Donnelly
- Conleth Hill as O'Kelly
- Peter McDonald as Jonathan Devlin
- Kathy Monahan as Margaret Devlin
- Ericka Roe as Alannah Shorey
- Amy Macken as Katy and Jessica Devlin
Dublin Murders was commissioned by British public service broadcaster BBC for BBC One, and Starz, with Irish public service broadcaster RTÉ later joining the project. Produced by Euston Films, a part of the Fremantle Media group, FremantleMedia International handles international rights. Sarah Phelps wrote the screenplay which is based on In the Woods and The Likeness, two books written by Tana French. Carmel Maloney produced the series. Sarah Phelps, Kate Harwood, Noemi Spanos, Ed Guiney, Alan Gasmer, Peter Jaysen, Elizabeth Kilgariff, Saul Dibb and Tommy Bulfin are executive producers.
|No.||Episode||Directed by ||Written by ||Original UK air date ||Original US air date ||UK viewers|
|1||Episode 1||Saul Dibb||Sarah Phelps||14 October 2019||10 November 2019||6.01|
|2||Episode 2||Saul Dibb||Sarah Phelps||15 October 2019||17 November 2019||5.01|
|3||Episode 3||John Hayes||Sarah Phelps||21 October 2019||24 November 2019||4.74|
|4||Episode 4||John Hayes||Sarah Phelps||22 October 2019||1 December 2019||N/A (<4.59)[a]|
|5||Episode 5||Rebecca Gatward||Sarah Phelps||28 October 2019||8 December 2019||N/A (<4.72)[a]|
|6||Episode 6||Rebecca Gatward||Sarah Phelps||29 October 2019||15 December 2019||N/A (<4.72)[a]|
|7||Episode 7||John Hayes||Sarah Phelps||4 November 2019||22 December 2019||4.63|
|8||Episode 8||John Hayes||Sarah Phelps||5 November 2019||29 December 2019||4.58|
The series consists of eight episodes, and was also acquired by Starz for airing in the US and Canada, while StarzPlay holds broadcasting rights for Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Brazil. Dublin Murders debuted on BBC One on 14 October 2019, on RTÉ One on 16 October 2019, and on Starz on 10 November 2019.
- Not reported in the weekly top 15 programmes for four-screen viewer ratings.
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