New images have been unveiled in a first look at a new crime thriller filmed in Glasgow.

Hot off the back of the first series finale airing over the weekend, images reveal a sneak preview of the second series of Crime, adapted from Irvine Welsh's novel of the same name.

The ITVX series will return on Thursday, September 21 with Dougray Scott back as troubled detective Ray Lennox. 

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In the second season, Lennox returns to the fray at Edinburgh Serious Crimes and is determined to prove he is back to his best after bringing Mr Confectioner to justice.

But he is surprised to find that things have changed: one colleague has lost their mojo, another has been newly promoted, and he has to cope with two new faces on the team. 

When a former colleague is attacked, Lennox and Drummond quickly realise that all is not as it seems as they become embroiled in a case about vengeance, identity and social justice.

Glasgow Times:

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The attack is linked to the attempted murder of a high-ranking establishment figure at a posh hotel 30 years before, which has been covered up by the police.

Scott said: “Making Crime has been one of the most exhilarating experiences of my career.

"I’m so grateful to get to work once again with the great Irvine Welsh, my wonderful producing partner Tony Wood and all at Buccaneer and ITV. I feel very fortunate.”

Glasgow Times:

Glasgow Times:

The series has been commissioned for ITVX and ITV by Head of Drama, Polly Hill. 

She said: “Crime was a brilliantly original series and a perfect fit for ITVX, where we want to showcase drama as distinctive and original as this police procedure from Irvine Welsh.  

"The next chapter in Lennox’s story is just as bold and we look forward to introducing a new audience to Crime when it comes onto ITVX next year. Huge thanks to the brilliance of Irvine Welsh, Dougray Scott and Buccaneer Media.”