The vigilante makes his vendetta personal, targeting Luther and those closest to him. Stark and Gray arrive just in time to hurry Mary to a secret place, but is her safety really Stark's priority?
Two young men are shot in what looks like a gangland crime, but when another man dies shortly after, Luther realizes that all three have criminal records. It looks like the work of a vigilante killer.
Luther's date with Mary is interrupted by another murder, and Luther wades through cold case files to connect the past and present. Will he predict the fetishist's next move in time to prevent it?
Luther returns to investigate a twisted fetishist who is murdering women in a horrific echo of an unsolved case from the 1980s, but Superintendent Stark does not approve of his unorthodox policing.
Idris Elba returns as John Luther, the near-genius detective waging his own war on crime. This season Luther's biggest threat could be close to home, when it emerges that his own colleagues are willing to break every rule in the book to bring him down... Elsewhere it looks like Luther might have finally found love again, but is he ready to leave his past behind? Finally, when a vigilante killer embarks on a crusade to punish criminals, Luther is forced to confront his own sense of morality.
Luther's personal and professional life spirals out of control as he tries to cover up Toby's death and appease a suspicious Baba. At work, there's still a killer at large whose actions are ruled by his dice. How do you stop a man who is unpredictable?
As Luther's affection for Jenny grows so does his determination to protect and help her. However, when he's called in to investigate a man whose brutal and escalating murders seem to have no motive, he must leave Jenny alone and vulnerable.
Luther must rescue Ripley, who's been abducted by Cameron, in time to prevent Cameron's final murderous set piece. But Jenny's vindictive boss is demanding compensation for stealing her protege. Luther is torn - will he be able to save both parties?
Still plagued by the death of his ex-wife, Luther returns to work to face a surreal and nightmarish case of a masked murderer determined to make history.
Watch an exclusive first look of Luther, Season 2. John Luther is working in the newly created Serious and Serial unit and in his first case with the squad he's investigating at-large masked murderer in London. But before he delves into the case, Luther drops in on Alice at the mental hospital to talk about his plans for the future.
Framed for murder, the only person Luther can turn to is Alice. Meanwhile, DCI Reed sits at the heart of the police team, gathering evidence against him. Luther's only hope of escape is to steal the data and expose Reed. But can Alice really be trusted?
Luther leads a tense situation in which an art dealer's wife has been taken hostage. Luther and DCI Reed are on hand to arrest the gang members picking up the ransom, but as everything unravels, Luther begins to suspect that Reed has double-crossed him.
When a serial killer goes on the rampage, Luther must put his personal life aside and go inside the murderer's mind to discover what is driving him to kill and why. Meanwhile, the serial killer responsible for Luther's leave, has woken up from his coma...
Kirsten Ross, a young mother, has been abducted. Luther realizes that this is the work of Lucien Burgess, a collector and writer of the occult. Burgess was suspected of the murder of another woman, Grace Allen, 10 years previously; but was never charged.
Luther must out maneuver a trained sniper on a mission to kill police officers. Meanwhile, Alice has been investigating Luther and to his horror, seems to know what happened to Madsen during his arrest.
DCI John Luther returns after an absence following a traumatic arrest. His first case involves the murder of the parents of former child genius, Alice Morgan. Despite deducing Alice as the culprit, he finds no evidence in this seemingly perfect crime.
Luther movie trailer - starring Alfred Molina, Bruno Ganz, Joseph Fiennes, Peter Ustinov, Jonathan Firth, Claire Cox. Directed by Eric Till. Theatrical Release Date: 9/26/2003
The dark psychological drama starring Emmy nominee Idris Elba (The Wire, American Gangster) as John Luther, the near-genius detective struggling with his own demons.
A dark psychological crime drama starring Idris Elba as Luther, a detective struggling with his own terrible demons, who might well be just as dangerous as the depraved murderers he hunts. On a moral crusade, too often with only his convictions for company, John Luther is a brilliant but deeply troubled man, a philosophical cop possessed by the insoluble problem of evil and justice in a Godless world. Luther shines a light where others fear to tread, into the hearts and minds of psychopaths and killers, and the shadowy spaces of his own soul.
Devastated by the brutal murder of his wife, John Luther returns to policing in a different world. His old unit is gone and he's working in the newly created Serious and Serial unit. It's not long before they're dealing with their first case. A masked man wanders the streets of London, carrying out ritualistic murders in historic locations, working his way up to one final masterpiece.
This season Luther's biggest threat could be close to home, when it emerges that his own colleagues are willing to break every rule in the book to bring him down... Meanwhile, when a vigilante killer embarks on a crusade to punish criminals, Luther is forced to confront his own sense of morality. Can he walk the line between right and wrong and do his job or has he finally met his match?