When will Silent Witness be back?


When will Silent Witness be back?

The return of SILENT WITNESS may have been postponed, but Nikki and Jack are almost ready to return.

The long-running series Silent Witness focuses on the work of forensic pathologists and scientists who investigate homicides. The BBC drama usually airs in January, but due to filming complications created by the coronavirus pandemic, it was unable to do so this year. Thankfully, in September 2020, the cast and crew were able to resume filming in preparation for Season 24.

For the past eight years, Silent Witness has aired at the start of the year, but this will not be the case in 2021.

Jo McClellan, the show’s executive producer, promised at the time that this season would be worth the wait.

“Series 24 is going to be fantastic, and while fans may have to wait a bit longer than normal to see it, I guarantee them it will be well worth the wait!” she stated.

There isn’t much longer till Silent Witness comes to our television screens.

As she apologizes to Lorraine, Michelle Heaton breaks down.

Season 24 of Silent Witness will broadcast on BBC One on Monday, September 6 at 9 p.m.

The next day, Tuesday, September 7, the second episode will be broadcast.

Series 24 consists of ten episodes, with new episodes running every Monday and Tuesday evening.

Silent Witness will be available on BBC iPlayer as well.

Last year’s Season 23 grand finale startled viewers by announcing the departure of two of the show’s main characters at the same time.

Dr. Thomas Chamberlain (Richard Lintern) was the first to die at the Lyell Centre lab, choking to death in front of Nikki Alexander (Emilia Fox) and Clarissa Mullery (Liz Carr).

He was studying a dead body with a little bottle of poison trapped in its throat that had gotten into his protective gear.

Thomas didn’t want Nikki and Clarissa to help him since he didn’t want them to suffer the same fate, so he shut himself up in the lab.

The two could only stand by and watch as their friend and colleague succumbed to the deadly nerve toxin.

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