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Viewpoint: All we know about ITV Thriller Starring Noel Clarke

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Noel Clarke stars as surveillance detective DC Martin King and Alexandra Roach plays Zoe Sterling (Picture: REX)

If you’ve developed an unhealthy habit of peering into your neighbours’ windows over the last 12 months, the new ITV crime thriller Viewpoint will be right up your alley.

Taking place over five consecutive nights, the show has been co-created by Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer and Manhunt writer Ed Whitmore.

The programme is described by ITV as ‘a contemporary, character-driven mystery with a seductively intimate feel’, as it explores a police surveillance instigation into a Manchester community.

Reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window, Bafta winner and former Doctor Who actor Noel Clarke will star in the leading role of surveillance detective DC Martin King, who sets up an observation post in the home of single mum Zoe Sterling (Alexandra Roach).

This gives him the chance to see directly into the house of a missing primary school teacher Gemma Hillman (Amy Wren), which she shares with her boyfriend and prime suspect Greg Sullivan (Fehinti Balogun).

We’ve got everything you need to know about the new thriller.

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The show is reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window (Picture: ITV/REX)

What shows has Noel Clarke been in?

Noel Clarke is a multi-talented actor, writer and producer who went on to win a BAFTA Rising Star award following the success of the films Kidulthood and Adulthood, for which he produced and wrote the screenplay for.

He also directed and starred in the sequel Adulthood, which was released in 2008.

Noel became a household name when he played Mickey Smith, the first black companion in Doctor Who, from 2005 to 2010. He reprised this role in the episode Journey’s End in 2008 and in 2010 in The End of Time Part 2.

The English actor is well known for playing Aaron Bishop in Bulletproof, which he also writes and produces. Noel co-created this popular crime series alongside Ashley Walters. They play Bish and Ronnie, two men from very different backgrounds who partner up to fight organized crime as National Crime Agency detectives.

He made his film debut in I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead and has since starred in a variety of movies, including Centurion, Fast Girls, Star Trek Into Darkness, I Am Soldier, The Anomaly, The Corrupted, and SAS: Red Notice, some of which he also wrote, directed or produced.

In 2008 he also starred in the video for The Prodigy single Invaders Must Die.

Who’s in the cast of Viewpoint?

Bulletproof’s Noel Clarke plays detective Martin Young and is supported by an all-star cast in the thrilling ITV series.

Bronagh Waugh of The Fall plays his partner Stella Beckett. Alexandra Roach (Killing Eve) plays single mother Zoe Sterling, Amy Wren (Tutankhamun) plays the missing woman Gemma, and Fehinti Balogun (I May Destroy You) features as her boyfriend and suspect Greg Sullivan.

Catherine Tyldesley from Coronation Street, Sarah Niles from Trust Me, Shannon Murray from Get Even, Phil Davis from Whitechapel, Ian Puleston-Davies from Tin Star, and Marcus Garvey from Broadchurch all appear in the show as well.

How can I watch Viewpoint on TV?

The first episode of Viewpoint starts at 9pm on Monday 26 April on ITV. You can watch each instalment as it airs live at 9pm on ITV.

Do not worry if you miss an episode of Viewpoint, each instalment will be available to watch on the ITV Hub shortly after the broadcast.

Viewpoint trailer

You can watch the Viewpoint teaser trailer below.


Viewpoint starts Monday at 9pm and continues all week on ITV.

Credit: Original article published here.

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