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Scott & Bailey is a British drama series that debuted on ITV on 29 May 2011 and concluded on 27 April 2016. The series stars Suranne Jones, Lesley Sharp, Amelia Bullmore, Nicholas Gleaves, Danny Miller, and Pippa Haywood. Based on an original idea by Jones and Sally Wainwright, the show revolves around the  ...


Crime · Two female detectives, one motherly, the other emotionally immature, have varying levels of success applying their eccentric outlooks on life to their police cases and private lives.


Apr 27, 2016 ... Scott & Bailey came to an end on Wednesday night with the culmination of a thrilling murder case, leaving behind a sea of bereft viewers. After chasing down the dark-net using murderers, a pregnant Rachel Bailey ( Suranne Jones ) faced off against him when he tricked her into going to a basement under ...


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Sep 8, 2017 ... Why it's the perfect time to say farewell to Scott & Bailey. Rachel and Janet have given us five wonderful years of drama – let them go in peace, says Sarah Doran. 106896. By Sarah Doran. I can still vividly recall the Sunday night in May 2011 when, whilst flicking through my TV guide, I mused to my mother ...


Nov 29, 2017 ... This three-part special of Scott & Bailey features a single crime. Produced by award winning independent producers Red Production Company, the three-part format allows this series to unfold with scale and ambition as Scott & Bailey tackle one of the biggest and darkest cases they have ever had to face.


Detectives Rachel Bailey and Janet Scott are good friends with opposite styles. When not solving crimes, they struggle with stressful personal lives. Watch trailers & learn more.


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Apr 27, 2016 ... SCOTT AND BAILEY fans may have been devastated to hear their favourite police drama is coming to an end, but actress - and now producer - Suranne Jones has admitted it was “time to move on”.