Based on the graphic novel by Si Spencer, the new series (which is out now!) follows four different police detectives from different time periods who discover the exact same body in Whitechapel, East London.
To solve the mystery, the four detectives have to try to work together to uncover a conspiracy spanning over 150 years. So, if you're already hooked, here is everything you need to know about Netflix's Bodies.
What is the release date for Netflix's Bodies?
Good news, because Bodies is out on Netflix now! It dropped at 8am on 19th October, so get ready to binge watch.
Is there a trailer for Netflix's Bodies?
Yes, there is! The official trailer for the series dropped on 12 October, where we get a proper look at the genre-bending mystery thriller. And. of course, the incredible acting from the legend that is Stephen Graham.
You can watch it here:
You can also watch the thrilling teaser for the new series here:
What is Netflix's Bodies about?
The official Netflix synopsis reads, "Based on the mind-bending graphic novel by Si Spencer, Bodies is a police procedural with a twist. When a body – the same body – is found on Longharvest Lane in London's East End in 1890, 1941, 2023 and 2053, one detective from each period must investigate.
"As connections are drawn across the decades, the detectives soon discover their investigations are linked, and an enigmatic political leader – Elias Mannix (Stephen Graham) – becomes increasingly central. Did he have a part to play in the murder? Or is something far more sinister at play? To solve the mystery, our four detectives must somehow collaborate and uncover a conspiracy spanning over 150 years."
Who is in the cast of Netflix's Bodies?
The cast of Bodies features some fresh, new faces as well as actors we know and love, including:
Amaka Okafor as Shahara Hasan
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd as Charles Whiteman
Kyle Soller as Alfred Hillinghead
Shira Haas as Iris Maplewood
Stephen Graham as Elias Mannix/Julian Harker
Tom Mothersdale as Gabriel Defoe
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