Series One of BBC Two's darkly comic detective series Vexed, starring Lucy Punch (Bad Teacher) and Toby Stephens (Die Another Day, Jane Eyre), is released on DVD by Acorn Media on 20th August 2012. Together they play Jack and Kate, a police duo with real chemistry.
Written and created by Howard Overman (Misfits) and directed by the award-winning Matt Lipsy (Psychoville, Little Britain), Vexed takes a fresh approach to crime drama. Jack (Toby Stephens) is lazy, inefficient and disorganised, but carries it off with great charm. Police work isn't a vocation, it's a job. If he could think of something else to do, he might do it. Then again, he might not.
Kate (Lucy Punch) has transferred to the city to gain a promotion and to escape the feeling that she's stuck in a rut. She's determined to prove that she can do anything that Jack can and better.
- 1. First Broadcast: 15 August 201 - Jack and Kate, bright, fun, attractive police detectives, have very different approaches to the job and life in general. In fact they disagree on everything. The hunt for a killer targeting desperate single women proves both good and bad for their own love lives, career paths and their relationship with each other. This fresh and funny new comedy series stars Lucy Punch and Toby Stephens
- 2. First Broadcast: 22 August 2010 - Unconventional police detectives Jack and Kate find themselves entering the world of therapy when a depressed banker is targeted by a hit-man while being treated at a private rehabilitation clinic. Conflict is inevitable as Jack's attitude towards therapy is predictably dismissive, while Kate's struggle to save her marriage gives her a very different perspective. Starring Lucy Punch and Toby Stephens
- 3. First Broadcast: 29 August 2010 - The high profile kidnap of a girl band member puts an uncomfortable spot light on police detectives Jack and Kate, resulting in an embarrassing ransom situation and mounting tensions. Meanwhile Kate's husband Dan wants to start over by moving back to Bristol and Jack obsesses over the possibility that he might be a "one ball". Starring Lucy Punch and Toby Stephens.
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