Shetland Season 6: Release Date, Plot, Cast and All Latest Information

Shetland Season 6

Among the most anticipated Scottish mystery series needs to be Shetland. The show contains five successful seasons. Season five aired between March and April 2019 on BBC One. The series gained a lot of popularity and is loved by fans. The show is based on the novels. After the successful completion of six seasons, BBC has confirmed that the show is renewed for not just one. Gaynor Holmes, Commissioning Editor of BBC Drama Scotland said, BBC One viewers are put for”an unmissable show from David Kane when it returns next year.”

The plot of this show:

In Season 5, we saw lots of puzzle and intriguing moments. Perez investigated the murder of his sister’s disappearance, Daniel, along with a young Nigerian man. Perez finds out human trafficking on the island, and they’re accountable for killing Daniel. They are responsible for kidnapping Zezi. Eventually, the suspects are killed, leaving you. The storyline takes up a lot of turns and twists. The series is binge-watching.
Series 6 and 7 will be written and created by David Kane and accompanied by Paul Logue. Season 6 is expected to feature six hour-long episodes. There’s no update about Season 6’s plot. We could expect the series to end up with many puzzles. Louise Say will be the producer of both seasons. The filming will happen around Scotland.

The cast of the series:

Shetland Season 6

Douglas Henshall is coming to the sixth series of Shetland as Detective Inspector Jimmy Perez, alongside Alison O’Donnell as DS Alison ‘Tosh’ Macintosh.

Release date and trailer:

The filming is expected to begin by March. Due to the current global outbreak, the series might be delayed. Also, the filming of Season 7 is put to the movie by 2021. We cannot anticipate the show by 2020. We must wait until we get further updates from the team.

There is no trailer possible for now.


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