Allen Leech and India Mullen’s explosive scenes for new show based on Ireland’s missing women

THIS is the dramatic moment when one of the main characters in a new TV series based on missing women in Ireland receives medical attention after a violent encounter with an assailant.

casual People India star Mullen is seen here in an ambulance being given oxygen by paramedics after her ordeal.

Coming to her aid is Detective Garda, played by Downton Abbey star Allen Leech.

The fire scene was captured during filming at Co Wicklow this week.

India plays an investigative journalist in the new TV series The Vanishing Triangle, based on the famous disappearance of several women in Ireland during the 1990s.

The six-part series is inspired by the true events that rocked Ireland in the 1990s, when several women mysteriously disappeared, including Jo Jo Dullard and Annie McCarrick.

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Allen Leech during filming

Insiders revealed that although the characters and events in the series are fictitious, the producers have spoken to some of the victims’ families in real life and hope the film will spark interest. focus on cases.

The vanishing triangle has been used in the media to describe the area where several women went missing in Wicklow and Kildare counties in the 1990s.

Mullen will play reporter Lisa Wallace, working against prejudice and police incompetence to investigate the mysterious murder of her own mother nearly 20 years ago.

Leech plays David Burke, a Garda detective who is helping with her case, but his struggles with sexuality become somewhat of a burden.

Irish actresses Maura Foley and Kiera Crawford also starred in the project created by Ivan Kavanagh.

The film will be shown on TV here next year on Virgin Media, with support from US company Sundance Now.

Shannon Cooper, Sundance Now’s Vice President of Programming, said: “The Vanishing Triangle is a character-driven horror film, expertly crafted with the exact international appeal that audiences of Sundance Now longing. We are delighted to join Virgin Media Television and Eccho Rights on this exciting journey.”

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“Supporting and developing great Irish TV series and shows on an international scale and quality is a cornerstone of Virgin Media Television’s strategy.”

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