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Jack Taylor Returning To TV3 With Two New Instalments
28 Feb 2013 : By Gearóid Gilmore
Iain Glen & Killian Scott return for 'Jack Taylor'
Jack Taylor is returning to TV3 screens this weekend, with both familiar and new faces helping him on his vigilante quests.

Two new films, ‘Jack Taylor: The Dramatist’ and ‘Jack Taylor: The Priest’, which were filmed on location in Galway, will see Iain Glen (Game of Thrones), Nora Jane Noone (Deception) and Killian Scott (Love/Hate) reprise their roles, while Emma Eliza Regan (Love Eternal), Aaron Monaghan (The Other Side of Sleep), and Gavin Drea (What Richard Did) join the cast.

The film series, which is based on the novels of Galway writer Ken Bruen, follow ex-garda Taylor, as he takes on cases that the Gardaí won’t.

In ‘The Dramatist’, which airs on TV3 on Sunday, audiences catch up with Taylor, who against all odds, is clean and sober. While his mother resides in a retirement home, Taylor is summoned by a jailed drug-dealer who doesn’t believe the death of his younger sister was an accident. When a second murdered girl is found, Taylor receives teasing messages from a killer obsessed with John Millington Synge’s play ‘Deirdre of the Sorrows’.

Edwina Forkin produced for Zanzibar Films.

‘Jack Taylor: The Dramatist’ will air on TV3 on Sunday March 3 at 10pm.


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