Adrian Lester returns to the role of Mickey 'Bricks' Stone for the fifth season of the super-cool hit con-drama Hustle, produced by Kudos (Life on Mars, Ashes to Ashes, Spooks). Hustle Season 5 is released to buy on DVD on 4th January 2010 from Warner Home Video to coincide with the broadcast of season 6 on BBC1.
As seen on BBC1 by over 5 million fans, Season 5 sees Mickey once again joining fellow con artists Ash 'Three Socks' Morgan (Robert Glenister) and Albert Stroller (Robert Vaughan) as they set out on one of their biggest challenges yet. This time our favourite cons are joined by fresh-faced crew members including Eastenders' Matt Di-Angelo as Adam and Holby City's Kelly Adams as Sara and a special guest appearance from the great comedian, Bill Bailey.
After returning from a stint in Australia, where he managed to sell the Sydney Opera House to an unsuspecting punter, con artist Mickey returns to a new London where the credit crunch has well and truly kicked in. But whilst the majority of the country is holding back in these dire times, there are still a greedy few who seem to be getting even richer from others losses. However, along with the change in the financial state, Mickey's crew has somewhat depleted too. Ash is back to short cons, Danny and Stacey are grifting their way across America and Albert is has finally been busted and is doing time in prison.
Mickey is determined that he and Ash get a new crew together, but with Albert's tip off for a potential mark ready for the taking, they have more pressing matters at hand. Can Mickey and his crew use their con artist skills to extract the cash from the city boys and their fat cat cronies as they continue to grow richer and greedier in these times of depression? Find out in Hustle Season 5 as this must-have DVD is released on 4th January 2010 from Warner Home Video. A Complete Season 1-5 DVD box set will also be released don the same day.
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