Happy Valley opening scene teases mystery before series three release
Happy Valley fans got to see the opening scene of the new series before it aired on New Year’s Day.
The BBC One drama will return for its third and final series on January 1 and will once again follow Sergeant Catherine Cawood as she uncovers a horrific crime in the region. Yorkshire countryside.
The cop, played by Sarah Lancashire, is seen driving alone in foggy conditions in the trailer when she receives a call from her colleague.
They told her they needed to request a pick-up after a suspect, dubbed the ghost fridge thrower, smashed a microwave into the front window of their police car.
Sergeant Cawood replied: “So he’s diversifying.”
She then received another call informing that her remains had been found in a dry reservoir and decided to go to the scene.
Traversing a muddy area, Sergeant Cawood approached the water’s edge and confirmed the report and forensics in attendance.
She told the two forensic scientists that they would have no trouble identifying the victim because it was someone she knew, who fell from a third-floor balcony nine or ten years ago. take the drug Mephedrone, called M-Cat.
Sergeant Major Cawood added: “I can recognize those teeth anywhere, I hit him once for a public order violation and he bit me, disappeared about 18 months later, ie. is 7.8 years since then.
“People often say that he offended someone he shouldn’t have and got buried in his concrete underwear.”
Finding the victim of a murder in this gang sets off a chain of events that leads Sergeant Major Cawood back to her old nemesis and the father of her nephew Ryan, played by Rhys Connah.
The six-episode new series, created and written by Sally Wainwright, sees her follow the trail of murderer and sex offender Tommy Lee Royce, played by James Norton.
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Happy Valley airs on BBC One at 9pm on New Year’s Day.
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