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The Devil's Hour Season 1

The Devil's Hour is a British drama thriller television series created by Tom Moran, and executive produced by Steven Moffat through his production company Hartswood Films. The series consists of six episodes, and premiered on 28 October 2022 on Amazon Prime Video. In November 2022, the series was renewed for a second and third season.[1]

The Devil's Hour Season 1

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Lucy is a social worker dealing with family and relationships woes. She wakes every night at exactly 3:33 AM, after experiencing terrifying visions during the so-called devil's hour between 3 AM and 4 AM. Her eight-year-old son is withdrawn and emotionless. Her mother speaks to empty chairs. Her house is haunted by the echoes of a life that is not her own. Lucy's name is inexplicably connected to a string of brutal murders in the area, and she is drawn into the hunt for a serial killer.

Capaldi will return in season 2 alongside Meera Syal, Benjamin Chivers, Nikesh Patel and Phil Dunster, it has been confirmed, whilst various new cast members have been also been announced, with Saffron Hocking (Top Boy) joining the series as Sam Boyd, a detective sergeant who worked under Lucy in a past life.

Raine previously confirmed plans for the series to operate as a trilogy last year, stating: "When I took the job, what was so attractive to me was that the whole of the first season was written when we started that first day of shooting, so I knew exactly where it was going. I also knew that he [writer Tom Moran] had a season 2 and a season 3 planned out."

"That's the bit I can't say much about, but oh my God... [the first season] is like one third of a novel, so there's so much scope for more," continued Raine. "It's a really, really good idea and I hope we get to finish it."

British thriller The Devil's Hour is a mind-bending, emotional journey powerful enough to leave viewers scratching their heads as they anxiously await another season. Child Protective Services social worker Lucy (played by Call the Midwife's Jessica Raine) wakes up every night at 3:33 a.m., the Devil's Hour, from horrific nightmares about a life that isn't her own. As the season winds down for the final episode and the strange pieces begin coming together, fans were left wondering exactly what happened in The Devil's Hour's ending.

With a bizarre murderer on the loose, Lucy finds herself in the center of a waking nightmare when her emotionally distant son Isaac goes missing. As she and Detective Ravi Dhillon track the suspect through the bizarre clues he leaves behind, they discover the killer, Gideon (played by Doctor Who's Peter Capaldi), has knowledge of the personal history and events surrounding several families. When Gideon refuses to speak to anyone but Lucy, it leads to the aptly titled season finale, "Amor Fati", which means love of fate. As Lucy's perception of time and reality begin to unravel, one thing is confirmed: there's more to life than what's seen on the surface, and Gideon holds the key to mastering fate.

Saturday Night Live: New episode. SNL closes out the first month of Season 48 with rapper Jack Harlow, who will make his hosting debut and serve as musical guest. Harlow is the second star to pull double duty this season, after Megan Thee Stallion led the October 15 show. 11:30 PM ET/8:30 PM PT on NBC

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East New York: New episode (special time). When a prisoner serving a life sentence escapes, the 7-4 teams up with the U.S. Marshals to track down the convict before he finds the cop who put him away: Deputy Inspector Regina Haywood (Amanda Haywood). The procedural airs one hour earlier than usual. Watch preview. 8:00 PM ET on CBS

In the first season, Lucy, an insomniac, becomes tied to the serial killer Gideon, who can up her withdrawn son, Isaac. How exactly would require a great deal of explanation, but suffice to say, the sci-fi series has plenty of twists and turns for itself.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers for "The Devil's Hour" season 1.Peter Capaldi's latest role as Gideon in Prime Video's The Devil's Hour shows how much darker his Doctor Who could have been. Executive produced by Capaldi's former Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat and written by Tom Moran, The Devil's Hour is a psychological thriller with sci-fi elements. It tells the story of how the life of a social worker, Lucy Chambers (Jessica Raine) collides with Capaldi's serial killer Gideon, following the disappearance of her son Isaac (Benjamin Chivers).

In that respect, Gideon is, like Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor, using his temporal gifts to improve the lives of others. However, Gideon's approach is far more scorched Earth than the Doctor. In the Twelfth Doctor's impassioned speech toward the climax of Doctor Who season 10, episode 12, "The Doctor Falls," he speaks of doing what he does "...because it's right. Because it's decent! And above all, it's kind." This is arguably also true of Gideon, working to remove child abusers and violent criminals from the timeline, but it's a grittier and much less forgiving spin on Peter Capaldi's iconic character.

As a family show, Doctor Who could never explore the dark moral questions of removing unsavory characters without a fair trial, and it certainly couldn't portray the Doctor saving the future by torturing a man who he knows will eventually become a sex offender. In the same way that Capaldi's The Suicide Squad character combined his iconic Malcolm Tucker and Twelfth Doctor characters, The Devil's Hour brilliantly subverts the character of the time traveler who will save the world. The role of Gideon is a darker, more complex figure, neither hero nor villain, and will give Peter Capaldi a lot of material to sink his teeth into as an actor in future seasons of The Devil's Hour.

It would have been impossible to imagine The Devil's Hour ending for good after the closing moments of the recent season 1 finale, so fans will be delighted to hear that Prime Video has officially renewed the mind-bending sci-fi thriller for two more seasons.

The second season of Amazon Original will continue the story of Lucy Chambers (Jessica Raine), a woman caught up in the hunt for serial killer Gideon (Peter Capaldi) in ways she never imagined. Gideon's true intentions are revealed in Season 2, as he attempts to enlist Lucy in his mission to stop an elusive force of evil. Expect nothing but the unexpected from this sequel and prequel to the first chapter.

The series tells the story of Lucy, played by Jessica Raine, who is woken up every night at 3.33 a.m., the devil's hour. Her son, who is eight years old, is withdrawn and emotionless. Her mother addresses empty chairs. Her home is haunted by the echoes of a life she does not live. When Lucy's name is inexplicably linked to a string of brutal murders in the area, the answers she has been seeking for years will finally become clear. Peter Capaldi plays a reclusive nomad obsessed with murder. He becomes the primary target of a police manhunt led by Nikesh Patel's compassionate detective Ravi Dhillon.

The Devil's Hour, the new BBC-Amazon Studios series starring Peter Capaldi as a mysterious Hannibal Lector-like killer and Jessica Raine as a social worker who becomes his Clarice Starling, has been renewed for two more seasons. Amazon Prime Video has confirmed that The Devil's Hour will return for two more seasons on the platform. The main cast from series one, including Capaldi, Raine, Nikesh Patel, Phil Dunster, Meera Syal, and Benjamin Chivers, will return, and new characters will also be added to the mix.

Much of the main cast from season one will be returning, including the Doctor Who actor, Raine, Nikesh Patel, Phil Dunster, Meera Syal and Benjamin Chivers while the streamer teased that new characters will be introduced.

The firsts season of the show received critical acclaim and it is understood the second run of the show, which is executive produced by former Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat, will begin filming early next year.

Cast members from the first season including Peter Capaldi, Jessica Raine, Nikesh Patel, Phil Dunster, Meera Syal and Benjamin Chivers are all expected to return with Amazon also teasing new characters joining the show in what will surely be an expansive story told across the new episodes. 041b061a72


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