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Sky's Tin Star gets renewed ahead of premiere

A second season of Sky Atlantic's new police drama Tin Star has been confirmed before the first episode even arrived on screens.
The show, which premieres later this week, stars Tim Roth as a recovering alcoholic policeman who is sent to the Canadian Rockies, only to "embark on a path of bloody vengeance".Half dark comedy, half cop drama, the show will air its full 10 episodes on Sky Atlantic, but viewers have been guaranteed a return to the town of Little Big Bear next year.
Sky's Tin Star gets renewed ahead of premiere

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Christina Hendricks stars as a former journalist working for an oil company
"When Tin Star launches this week, Sky Atlantic viewers will not only experience a hugely powerful tale of revenge with captivating, uncompromising characters, but will be left in no doubt as to why a second series was an absolute must," said Sky's head of drama Anne Mensah.The show has been described as "a cross between Twin Peaks and Breaking Bad" by the Sunday Times, and is produced by the same company behind Broadchurch and Humans.
Sky's Tin Star gets renewed ahead of premiere

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Watch the first trailer for Sky Atlantic's Tin Star
"Tin Star features world class acting and production talent working at the top of their game," said executive producer Diederick Santer.
"To be re-commissioned by Sky Atlantic before season one has even aired is such a wonderful vote of confidence in the team."In an interview with Sky, Roth said he "wasn't particularly looking to do something in television", but was attracted by the "anarchy and chaos" of the show.
Sky's Tin Star gets renewed ahead of premiere

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The story follows the new police chief's quest for revenge
"There is a monstrous confusion to the character that I think is fun to play," the 56-year-old actor said.The cast also includes Mad Men's Christina Hendricks, Abigail Lawrie and True Blood's Christopher Heyerdahl.All 10 episodes of the first series of Tin Star will be available only on Sky Atlantic and TV streaming service NOW TV in the UK and Ireland from Thursday 7 September.
news.sky.com
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