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Luther Series 3

LUTHER SERIES 3 

RELEASE DATE: 29th July 2013
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Idris Elba returns as John Luther, the near genius detective waging his own war on crime.  Luther Series 3 and 1-3 boxset will be available from BBC DVD 29th July 2013.

This series sees a twisted fetishist targeting young women in London.  Luther is convinced the man will strike again, but when the detective is ordered to investigate another case, the chances of catching the killer start to fall.  Luther’s biggest threat could be closer to home, when it emerges that his own colleagues are willing to break every rule in the book to bring him down…

Elsewhere it looks like Luther might have finally found love again, but is he ready to leave his past behind?  Finally, when a vigilante killer embarks on a crusade to punish criminals, Luther is forced to confront his own sense of mortality.  Can he walk the line between right and wrong and do his job or has he finally met his match?

The series 1-3 boxset features all three explosive series which sees Idris Elba play the lead role superbly and features an excellent supporting cast, including Ruth Wilson, Warren Brown, Steven Mackintosh and includes extras: Luther- The World of a True Maverick.

 

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