Part two of two. With the body count rising, Miles and Chandler begin to disagree over the direction of the investigation, and struggle to put aside their differences in the face of their toughest adversary to date.
Part one of two. A dangerous patient and former Whitechapel resident escapes from a psychiatric unit around the same time that a babysitter is murdered. The area soon becomes the focus of a series of terrifying events.
Part two of two. Another torso is washed up from the Thames and Llewellyn finds traces of an aphrodisiac used by the infamous Marquis de Sade. The discovery propels Miles and the team into a world of dark obsessions where romance takes a sinister turn.
Part one of two. Chandler and the team soon find themselves dealing with a murder case when a fox is seen running through Whitechapel with a human arm in its mouth. More body parts are washed up from the Thames, but it is difficult to identify the victim.
Part two of two. The case gets all the more complicated when a second mass murder occurs. Chandler, Miles and the team unearth more about the infamous Ratcliffe Highway murders of 1811, hoping to avoid making the same mistakes.
Part one of two. DI Joseph Chandler and DS Ray Miles investigate the deaths of four people who were murdered at a tailor's workshop, a gruesome and apparently senseless crime that has left the East End of London gripped with fear.
The team resumes their investigation. But tensions begin to surface, and Buchan is forced to reveal his own investigations. The shocking revelations bring some new leads, and the team question what else could be fake about Jimmy?
The copycat killer has struck again. The name Jimmy Kray is revealed. The team is stunned when an interview reveals a former relationship with Ronnie Kray which resulted in identical twins, Jimmy and Johnny. Chandler insists on pursuing the twins.
A spate of gruesome killings and maimings rocks the east end district of Whitechapel. DI Chandler and his team are tasked with solving them. The crimes seem to replicate those committed by the infamous Kray twins back in the 1960s.
The Ripper must kill one more victim to complete his re-enactment of the 1888 murders. The team is hoping that the past will provide some clue to the killer's identity. But time is ticking away, and history tells us that Jack the Ripper was never caught.
Chandler continues to clash with his team, led by the cynical DS Miles. Further suspects lead to dead-ends as the detectives attempt to penetrate the conspiracies and myths that surround the legend of Jack the Ripper.
Joseph Chandler's latest investigation runs out of suspects until the police's attention is drawn to the similarities between the Jack the Ripper killings and this modern-day murder. The race begins to catch the copycat killer before he strikes again.
A murderer stalks the night, picking off vulnerable women and leaving them brutally butchered. The locals live in fear and the police remain clueless, with no motive, no evidence and no hope of catching this barbaric killer. But this is not the 19th Century and the time of Jack the Ripper. This is now. Assigned to the case is DI Chandler, a novice in the business of murder. Tipped-off by Edward Buchan, Chandler realizes that this modern day killer is copying the infamous Whitechapel murders.
The final act begins – the Ripper must kill one more victim to complete his re-enactment of the 1888 murders. Chandler is near to breakdown as he struggles to find an answer. Forensics and CCTV are useless, and the team is forced to rely on its instincts, hoping that the past will provide some clue to the killer’s identity. But time is ticking away, and history tells us that Jack the Ripper was never caught.
Chandler continues to clash with his team, led by the cynical DS Miles. Further suspects lead to dead-ends as the detectives attempt to penetrate the conspiracies and myths that surround the legend of Jack the Ripper. Frustrated, Chandler pins his hopes on trapping their latest suspect, a solider named Leary, but the operation goes horribly, tragically wrong.
Ambitious DI Joseph Chandler is assigned an open-and-shut case, the killing of a woman in the East End of London. Get a quick result, he is told, and you will get the promotion you have been waiting for. Unfortunately for him, however, things don’t turn out to be so straight forward. The investigation quickly runs out of suspects until Edward Buchan, a renowned Ripperologist, draws the police’s attention to the similarities between the Jack the Ripper killings in 1888 and the modern-day murder that Chandler is investigating. The race begins to catch the copycat killer before he strikes again.
East London is rocked by the emergence of a series of new horrific attacks which appear to echo the infamous Kray Twins crimes of the 1960s. Soon it becomes apparent that these copycat killers are prepared to kill anyone who gets in their way.
This week, with no leads to go on, a frustrated DS Miles informs Chandler that the copycat killer has struck again, as a man called Billy Bunhill is shot dead in a former Kray haunt.
Here, the final act begins with the team being forced to rely on instincts, hoping that the past will provide some clue to the killer's identity. DI Joseph Chandler chases his 'eureka moment' and goes door-to-door asking questions about his suspect. But when he ignores DS Miles' concern and goes in without back-up, knowing that time is ticking away, can he change the course of history and finally catch his Jack the Ripper copycat?
After DI Joseph Chandler (Rupert Penry-Jones) gets a mysterious tip call about a bayoneting at a local pool hall it becomes tragically clear that someone is replicating gruesome killings committed by the infamous Kray twins back in the 1960s. Can Chandler & the team solve the unsolvable in time?
Here, the thrilling conclusion to the pulse-racing series, as Chandler challenges Jimmy Kray to a boxing match in order to obtain his DNA.
Could police catch Jack the Ripper today? Get an exclusive look at the making of Whitechapel and find out what the stars and writers have to say about the most notorious slasher in crime history.
Here, DC Kent kicks off a ferocious hunt for the Jack the Ripper copycat killer - in a tense, suspenseful pursuit through East London with DI Joseph Chandler and DS Miles. But the operation goes horribly, tragically wrong. Don't miss the series Entertainment Weekly calls 'gripping... a Sherlock Holmes mystery for the Homicide generation... We can't get enough.'
Here, DI Joseph Chandler & DS Miles finally locate someone to testify against Jimmy & Johnny Kray and meet with a crown prosecutor to secure immunity for this potential witness. However, a surprise arrival instantly shatters their confidence and the team horrifyingly realizes that they can no longer trust anyone - even their colleagues.
The team that stopped the modern-day Ripper is back. The critically-acclaimed series 'Whitechapel' is returning to Dramaville for an all-new season. It premieres Wednesday, March 28 at 10/9c with three distinctive, dark and chilling crime stories.
DI Joseph Chandler continues to clash with his team, led by the cynical DS Miles. Further suspects lead to dead-ends as the detectives attempt to penetrate the conspiracies and myths that surround the legend of Jack the Ripper.
Will the Ripper be able to re-enact all of the 1888 murders before being caught? Next week's episode brings the Ripper case to a shocking close.
Detective Inspector Chandler and Detective Miles first meet Edward Buchan, a renowned Ripper-ologist, in the investigation of what seems like an open-and-shut case, the killing of a woman in the Whitechapel neighborhood of East London. Don't miss the series opener of Whitechapel, the newest addition to BBC America's Dramaville.
Here, the thrilling conclusion to the pulse-racing series, with tensions skyrocketing for DI Joseph Chandler (Rupert Penry-Jones) and DS Miles (Phil Davis) as the team resumes their investigation after the shoot-out & death of DC McCormack. Will Chandler finally get his man?
DI Chandler returns in this atmospheric, brooding drama. Back in the 1960s, twins Ronnie and Reggie Kray ruled the East End of London through organized crime, bringing murder and violence to the streets of Whitechapel. When a man's mutilated body surfaces in the Thames, Chandler and his team begin to suspect someone is murdering old gangland mobsters..
The streets of Whitechapel are awash with blood. A murderer stalks the night, picking off vulnerable women and leaving them brutally butchered. The locals live in fear and the police remain clueless -- with no motive, no evidence and no hope of catching this barbaric killer. But this is not the 19th Century and the time of Jack the Ripper. This is now. Assigned to the case is fast-tracked DI Chandler -- a novice in the business of murder, an expert in the politics of policing and three day courses. His fellow officers, however, are anything but. Chief among them is DS Miles, the archetypal cynical, seen-it-all detective. Tipped-off by 'Ripperologist' Edward Buchan, Chandler realises that this modern day killer is copying the infamous Whitechapel murders, down to the very last detail. Can Chandler do what his fellow officers failed to do over 100 years before, and catch the person responsible? Cinematic and stylish, with a distinctive gothic edge and gallows wit, Whitechapel is a far cry from most police procedural dramas. Prepare for ambitious storylines, memorable, realistic characters and enough scares to keep the blood racing.
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