Silent Witness Season 27: Everything we know so far

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Silent Witness is a long-running crime drama that has been airing on BBC One since 1996. The show follows a team of forensic pathologists who investigate various cases involving murder, violence, and corruption. The show has been praised for its realistic portrayal of forensic science and its gripping and sometimes disturbing plots.

Silent Witness Season 27 Potential Plot: What’s next?

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The last season of Silent Witness ended with a romantic moment between Dr Nikki Alexander (Emilia Fox) and Jack Hodges (David Caves), who have been working together for years. The two shared a kiss on the beach after solving a case involving human trafficking and organ harvesting. Fans are eager to see how their relationship will develop in the next season, and whether they will face any challenges or dangers.

Little is known about the plot of season 27, but we can expect more hard-hitting stories that will test the skills and ethics of the forensic team. Emilia Fox has revealed that she makes plot charts to keep track of what’s going on in each series, as they often film out of sequence. She also said that she has an influence on what her character wears, as she tries to reflect the style of the real-life pathologists she has met.

Silent Witness Season 27 Cast: Who’s in it?

Emilia Fox and David Caves are confirmed to return as Nikki and Jack, the main characters of the show. They will be joined by some new faces, who were introduced in the last season. Alastair Michael plays Velvy Schur, a forensic technician who assists the team with their investigations. Aki Omoshaybi plays Dr Gabriel Folukoya, a forensic anthropologist who specializes in skeletal analysis. Rhiannon May plays Cara Connelly, a forensic psychologist who helps the team understand the motives and behaviors of criminals.

The BBC has not announced any guest stars or further casting for season 27 yet, but we will update this article when we get more information.

Will there be Silent Witness Season 27?

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Yes, there will be Silent Witness Season 27. The BBC has confirmed that the show has gone into production on its 27th season, just a day after the previous season concluded on BBC One. The show has been renewed for another series, as it continues to thrill audiences in the UK and around the world. Mark Linsey, MD for Scripted, BBC Studios, said: “This is an exciting time for one of our longest-running dramas that continues to thrill audiences here in the UK — and in over 200 territories around the world. We look forward to seeing the creative opportunities relocating production of Silent Witness to the West Midlands will undoubtedly bring.”

Silent Witness Season 27 Release Date: Speculation!

The BBC has not announced an official release date for Silent Witness Season 27 yet, but we can make some educated guesses based on its previous schedule. The show usually airs in January every year, so we can expect it to return in January 2024. However, this is not confirmed yet, and there may be some delays or changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic or other factors. The BBC has promised to share more information in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for updates.

Similar Shows Like Silent Witness

If you are a fan of Silent Witness and are looking for similar shows to watch while you wait for season 27, here are some suggestions:

  • Waking the Dead: Another BBC crime drama that follows a cold case unit that uses modern forensic techniques to solve old crimes.
  • Unforgotten: A ITV crime drama that stars Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar as detectives who investigate historical murders that are linked to present-day events.
  • Line of Duty: A BBC thriller that focuses on a police anti-corruption unit that investigates corrupt officers and their involvement in organized crime.
  • Vera: A ITV detective drama that stars Brenda Blethyn as DCI Vera Stanhope, a brilliant but unconventional investigator who solves crimes in Northumberland.
  • Midsomer Murders: A ITV mystery drama that follows DCI John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) and his colleagues as they investigate murders in the idyllic but deadly county of Midsomer.

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