Caroline Quentin (Men Behaving Badly) stars as DCI Janine Lewis in four new stand-alone episodes of the hit police drama Blue Murder. Staring along side her are Ian Kelsey (Casualty), David Schofield (Our Friends in the North) and Nick Murchie.

Blue Murder - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2003-05-18

Blue Murder - Blue Murder (miniseries) - Netflix

Blue Murder is a two-part Australian television miniseries produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1995, and is based on true events. Set in the 1970s and 1980s in Sydney, the miniseries concerns the relationship between controversial former detective Roger “the Dodger” Rogerson and notorious criminal Arthur “Neddy” Smith. Rogerson and his colleagues were accused of giving Smith a “green light” to commit crimes without police interference, with the relationship fraying when Rogerson orders hitman Christopher “Mr. Rent-a-Kill” Flannery to murder Police Officer Michael Drury. The murder of prostitute Sallie-Anne Huckstepp also features. Blue Murder is narrated by the characters of Rogerson, Smith, and Drury, and focuses on the corruption allegations that plagued the NSW Police Force at the time. Rogerson and Smith achieved a kind of celebrity status during the Wood Royal Commission into police corruption. The screenplay was written by Ian David, who has written extensively on the people and events featured. The miniseries was directed by Michael Jenkins and produced by Rod Allan.

Blue Murder - Plot - Netflix

Blue Murder consists of two 90-minute episodes, which are each divided into three individual “chapters”.

Blue Murder - References - Netflix