SUSPECTS nominated in 2015 TV Choice Awards


Suspects TV Choice


Suspects has been nominated in the 2015 TV Choice Awards.

It is up for Best Drama Series alongside Death In Paradise, Downton Abbey, Last Tango In Halifax, Mr Selfridge, The Musketeers, Peaky Blinders, Stella, Vera and a host of crime dramas – The Fall, Inspector George Gently, Lewis, New Tricks, Scott & Bailey, Silent Witness and Midsomer Murders.

With its bold format, fresh fly-on-the-wall filming style and dialogue improvised by the actors, Suspects is ground-breaking drama and gets our vote for elevating the police procedural and TV drama as a whole, setting it apart from all others.



This is the second TV Choice Award nomination for our favourite cop show, last year it received a nom for Best New Drama. It was also nominated in the 2015 National Television Awards drama category and for Best Original Programme in the 2015 Broadcast Awards

Suspects Series 3 aired on Channel 5 UK earlier this year and DS Jack Weston (Damien), DI Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley) and DC Charlie Steele (Clare-Hope Ashitey) are expected to return to TV screens this summer for a fourth series.


Show your support for Suspects and click below to vote!


Voting closes midnight on Friday, 5 June.


Suspects is created and produced by Paul Marquess and Kara Manley for Newman Street (part of FremantleMedia UK) for Channel 5.


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