Another series that’s coming back – and one we can’t wait to watch – is Craith (Hidden).
The landmark Welsh series, that infiltrates the mind and soul like no other, premieres on S4C on Sunday, 10th October. The third and final series consists of six weekly episodes.
Sian Reese-Williams, who plays the lead character DCI Cadi John, said:
“In the first two seasons we ask, is someone born evil or does having bad things happen to them, make them do bad things? In this series, that theme is even stronger. It’s an emotional roller coaster.”
The drama takes us back to the shadows of the bleak slate-strewn mountains of Snowdonia.
Filmed back to back in Welsh and English, the Welsh language version, Craith, is produced for S4C, while Hidden is produced for BBC Wales in English.
This time around, DCI Cadi John (Sian Reese-Williams) and DS Owen Vaughan (Siôn Alun Davies) will be called to investigate when a local farmer’s body is found in a stream.
And, of course, it will remain true to the original format of asking ‘whydunnit’ rather than ‘who’ committed the cruel and violent crime.
Viewers across the UK will have the opportunity to watch Craith on BBC iPlayer, before Hidden airs on BBC One Wales in 2022.
Series one and two of Craith will be available on S4C Clic as a Box Set from Wednesday 22 September, to give viewers the chance to catch up with Cadi and her partner DS Vaughan’s story from the beginning.
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