Year of the Rabbit (2019– )
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Episode #1.3 

Rabbit is excluded from his team's undercover investigation of youth gangs and sent to investigate a series of deaths at and old people's home, leading to him questioning if he is getting too old for police work.

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Ben Taylor
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Berry ... Detective Inspector Rabbitt
Freddie Fox ... Wilbur Strauss
Susan Wokoma ... Mabel Wisbech
Alun Armstrong ... Chief Inspector Hugh Wisbech
David Dawson ... Joseph Merrick
Paul Kaye ... D.I. Tanner
Ann Mitchell ... Gwen
Keeley Hawes ... Lydia
Jill Halfpenny ... Flora Wilson
Alistair Petrie ... Mr. Larkham
Sally Phillips ... Princess Juliana of Bulgaria
Nadia Albina
Amer Chadha-Patel ... Keith
Beatie Edney
Carla Harrison-Hodge
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Rabbit is excluded from his team's undercover investigation of youth gangs and sent to investigate a series of deaths at and old people's home, leading to him questioning if he is getting too old for police work.

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery

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24 June 2019 (UK) See more »

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Features a cameo from actor & director Taika Waititi who Matt Berry worked with in the TV adaptation of What We Do In The Shadows. See more »

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Episode 1.3
18 August 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The chief is concerned about the rise in youth crime, again.

He is looking for young cops to infiltrate a male street gang, Rabbit volunteers but the chief tells him he is a little too old. It is a job for Wilbur but he needs tuition from the Elephant Man on cockney street slang.

Meanwhile Mabel gets the chance to go undercover with a female street gang who are robbing graves.

Rabbit gets to investigate somewhere with people more near his own age, deaths in an old people's home.

The series seems to have hit its silly stride and Mabel is now a police officer. I watched this with my son and he seems to have enjoyed it and was laughing regularly.


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