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Airs On WLRN CH 17 Fri., May 2. Starting @ 8pm
Thu May 1, 2014
It's Drama Night on WLRN-TV! Tune In For A New Two-Part Thriller – Amnesia!
Starting at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, May 2, WLRN brings you a two-part thriller – Amnesia! Then stay to watch Scott and Bailey & Dalziel and Pascoe.
Amnesia (8:00 pm)
Join us for this new gripping psychological thriller that follows the crumbling life of Detective Sergeant "Mack" Stone, a black-out drunk, and his dangerous obsession with an unsolved mystery. While investigating the disappearance of his wife, Stone, losing his grip on reality, hones in on amnesia patient John Dean and pursues him relentlessly. But, as Stone's behavior becomes more erratic, his claims seem less credible – leaving him to question his own memory. A suspenseful story packed with intricate twists, this intelligent drama will keep audiences guessing until the very end, as the two flawed protagonists move towards their thrilling final confrontation.
Scott & Bailey (9:30 pm)
Called to the home of an elderly couple who haven't been seen for a while, Janet discovers Eunice Bevan's severed head at the bottom of the stairs, her body at the top, and her husband Joe in bed, emaciated and barely able to speak. Meanwhile, the detective puts her house on the market, admitting her relationship with Ade is over, and three months in to Rachel's marriage to traffic cop Sean, she's starting to feel a little claustrophobic.
Dalziel and Pascoe, Dead Head Part 2 (10:30 pm)
Flamboyant businessman and Dalziel's old friend, Dick Elgood, accuses one of his employees, rose enthusiast Patrick Alderman, of trying to murder him. When Pascoe starts to investigate, he discovers a trail of suspicious deaths in Alderman's past. Each one has benefited him in some way.