What time is Viewpoint on ITV tonight and how many episodes are there?

UNMISSABLE crime drama Viewpoint is set to hit the small screen tonight with Bulletproof's Noel Clarke in the lead role.

The compelling ITV series focuses on a police surveillance investigation in a small community in Manchester.

What time is Viewpoint on TV?

ITV's new crime drama debuts TONIGHT – Monday, April 26, 2021.

You can watch it at 9pm on ITV.

The series consists of five episodes and airs all week.

The final instalment airs on Friday, April 30, at 9pm.

Is Viewpoint on ITV Hub?

For those fans worried they will not be able to catch the show every night at 9, you will be able to watch them on the ITV Hub.

After the show airs on ITV each night, they will be available to watch.

Yet, you will have to wait until after Friday's episode if you want binge them all at the same time.

Who is in the cast?

Soap fans will be thrilled to see some familiar faces in the ITV drama.

Here's just some of the famous faces you can hope to see:

  • Noel Clarke (Bulletproof) stars in the lead role as DC Martin Young
  • Alexandra Roach (Black Mirror) plays single mum Zoe Sterling
  • Amy Wren plays missing school teacher Gemma
  • Fehinti Balogun is Gemma's boyfriend Greg
  • Former Corrie star Catherine Tyldesley is another familiar face
  • Coronation Street alumni Ian Puleston Davies appears
  • Sarah Niles (Catastrophe) can be spotted on the show
  • Ex EastEnders actress Shannon Murray stars
  • Poldark's Phil Davis is also part of the cast

What is it about?

The five-part ITV drama follows a tense police surveillance investigation into a tight-knit Manchester community and delves deep into the moral ethics of voyeurism.

It tells the story of police officer DC Martin Young, who sets up his observation post in the home of single mum and secret peeping tom/voyeur, Zoe Sterling.

Zoe’s windows provide a direct view into the home of missing primary school teacher, Gemma Hillman.

It’s a home she shares with her boyfriend and prime suspect in her disappearance, Greg Sullivan.

The series is loosely based on a true story experienced by the neighbour of the show's creator, Harry Bradbeer, after she was approached by a plain clothes police officer.

The officer asked for permission to perform crime surveillance in Bradbeer's neighbours back room.

Bradbeer said: “Her husband was away on business – it was both rather tense and erotic having this strange man in her flat.

"It struck me as a great premise for a TV series. What if the police are investigating a murder and what if a relationship developed between the policeman and his host?"

He added: “He was there for a couple of weeks, peering through a chink in the curtains, but never revealing who he was looking at.

"She became intrigued and gradually worked out it was a case of drug dealing in the opposite house but it was odd having this man there.”

Viewpoint airs Monday, April 26, 2021, at 9pm on ITV.

 

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