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EVERYONE loves a mystery drama – and in 2018 Sky Atlantic pulled out all the stops for Save Me.
Here's everything you need to know about the gritty thriller which has been nominated for a TV Bafta.
What TV Bafta has Save Me been nominated for?
The hit Sky Atlantic show is up for THREE gongs at the TV Baftas.
It is up for Best Drama, Best Drama Writer and Stephen Graham is up for Best Supporting Actor.
The cast and producers will find out if they are winners on Sunday May 12, 2019.
How can I watch Save Me?
Save Me is available on NOW TV
You can binge watch it in one go Netflix style.
The Box Set is also available on Sky.
What is Save Me about?
The story follows the story of Nelly, whose world is turned upside down when he is arrested and accused of kidnapping the 13-year-old daughter he barely knew existed.
Jody’s mother, Claire, who shared a "summer of love" with Nelly 14 years ago, is convinced of his guilt.
As a result, Nelly heads on a mission to clear his name by finding the real abductor and save his daughter.
It’s a journey that will challenge him to be a better man, and atone for his past mistakes, not least towards Claire.
But the further he travels, the more he realises the answers to his quest lie closer to home than he could ever have thought.
Who's in the cast of Save Me?
Suranne Jones – Claire
Suranne Jones is a BAFTA-award-winning actress who is currently prominent thanks to her role in Doctor Foster.
In 1997 she took a small role in Coronation Street, before returning to the soap full-time as Karen McDonald in 2000.
She starred in the ITV soap for four years, regularly taking centre stage in dramatic plots, mainly involving her relationship with husband Steve.
Suranne started getting more high-profile roles in 2011, after bagging a part in Doctor Who, and starring as joint lead in detective series Scott & Bailey.
Other credits include Charlie Brooker's A Touch of Cloth, The Crimson Field, and eventually Doctor Foster.
Lennie James – Nelly
Lennie is a Nottingham-born actor who has been working mainly on TV for the past thirty years.
However, he has an impressive amount of blockbuster films under his belt, appearing in Snatch, Blade Runner 2049 and 24 Hour Party People among others.
TV credits include Critical, Line of Duty, The Prisoner and Jericho.
He is currently starring in long-running zombie drama, The Walking Dead, playing Morgan.
Adrian Edmondson – Gideon Charles
Adrian has starred in TV shows such as The Young Ones, Blackadder Goes Forth, Bottom, Holby City, Celebrity Masterchef and War and Peace.
He has also appeared in several films, including Guest House Paradiso, Blood and The Rizen.
The star is married to fellow actress and comedian Jennifer Saunders, and they raise three children together – Eleanor, Beatrice and Freya Edmondson.
Stephen Graham – Melon
Stephen Graham will be recognisable to most as Combo in the highly successful channel four series, This is England.
He has also appeared in Hollywood blockbusters including Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy, and Snatch.
In 2017, he took on a leading role in the series Little Boy Blue, which retold the heartbreaking real life story of the murder of 11-year-old Rhys Jones.
Other roles include Boardwalk Empire, Taboo, Parade's End, and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
Kerry Godliman – Teens
Kerry Godliman has worked as both a comedian and an actress, having worked the stand-up circuit before taking on grittier TV roles.
She will be recognised to most for her role as Hannah in Ricky Gervais sitcom, Derek.
Other credits include Bad Move, Miranda, Him and Her, and Our Girl.
Daniel Adegboyega – Bertram
Daniel has worked predominantly in theatre throughout his career, and is only now moving more prominently into TV and film.
In 2012, he appeared as a mercenary in James Bond flick Skyfall, and has since appeared in the 2017 Transformers instalment as well as Last Knights with Morgan Freeman.
Across 2018, he is due to appear in six new projects, varying from video game voiceover work, and film Baghdad in My Shadow.
Mia Austen – PC Helen Long
Mia's career on the screen started in 2008 and Save Me marks her first role where she features prominently in a series.
She has previously worked on Doctors and Call the Midwife, as well as a series of short films.
In January, she gave birth to her second child, a son called Beau.
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Nicholas Croucher – Dylan
Nicholas has appeared in a number of period dramas for TV including The White Queen and The Magicians.
He also had a leading role as Cohen in the TV series Spy, as well as an episode of Merlin.
The actor is currently represented by RKA Talent.
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