I’m not eloquent enough to tell you how excited by the BBC’s drama output this Autumn. This Autumn Luther’s Warren Brown will take the lead in a tense new 4-part crime drama Good Cop
Warren will play a young Liverpool response cop, PC Rocksavage. When his best friend is murdered the impact of his brutal death throws his whole life and career into turmoil. He starts to question everything he believes in and the difference between right and wrong. He finds himself increasingly desirous for revenge and a different kind of justice.
Warren Brown says: “As soon as I read the script I knew I wanted to be part of this project. Good Cop is fantastically written and to be given the opportunity to play such a complex character is something every actor dreams of.”
BBC’s Controller of Drama Commissioning, Ben Stephenson, adds: “I’m thrilled to announce that we have cast Warren in his first lead role on primetime BBC One, following his success in hit series Luther. Warren will bring real energy to Stephen Butchard’s highly charged Good Cop, playing a young beat cop who will take the audience on a thrilling joyride through urban Liverpool.”
Good Cop will air this Autmn on BBC1 with trailers showing this week after 8pm.