Criminal Record: Season 1

Poster for Criminal Record: Season 1

In the heart of London, an anonymous phone call draws two brilliant detectives—a young woman in the early stages of... More

Where to watch Criminal Record: Season 1

Criminal Record: Season 1 is available to stream in the... More United Kingdom now on Apple TV+.

Criminal Record: Season 1 episodes

Episode 1.1

Emergency Caller

An anonymous call puts Detective Sergeant June Lenker in the... More path of the formidable Daniel Hegarty.

Episode 1.2

Two Calls

Convinced there's a link between the emergency calls, June sets... More out to prove a theory—but Hegarty stays one step ahead.

Episode 1.3

Kid in the Park

A horrific incident lands June on Hegarty's team, giving her... More a way to win his trust while secretly digging into the Errol Mathis case.

Episode 1.4


Pressure mounts on June from all sides as she makes... More a breakthrough in Errol's case.


Possession with Intent

June's personal life suffers collateral damage when her son is... More targeted.



A shocking revelation compels Hegarty to find his daughter. June... More uncovers a game-changing piece of evidence.


The Sixty-Twos

The events leading up to Errol's 2011 arrest reveal a... More hidden history.



A wave of public outrage pushes Hegarty and June to... More work together before it's too late.

Criminal Record: Season 1 | Ratings & Reviews

"This isn’t your mum’s cosy murder mystery."


"We need an award for best joint performance and we need it now, for these two and their sublime turns in a clever, timely corrupt cop thriller."

The GuardianThe Guardian

"Can't-miss drama."

Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly

"Delights in playing with viewer expectations."


"Lots of polish, little payoff."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

"Its writing, cinematography, and direction relegate it to Apple’s ever-growing pile of uninspired dramas."

"Dynamic, engaging, and effective."

Boston GlobeBoston Globe

"A brilliantly twisted crime drama with race and legacy at the centre."


"We viewers are kept on the balls of our feet, genuinely unsure how to shift our weight, and our sympathies."

Wall Street JournalWall Street Journal

"Invariably at its best whenever its two leads collide; their friction creating sparks."

Financial TimesFinancial Times

"Despite throwing a lot of action at the screen, (it) has bubbling away subtle themes about who is in charge and who ought to be."

The TimesThe Times

"The dual performances of Cush Jumbo and Peter Capaldi are reason enough to watch."

The AustralianThe Australian

"(Rutman) touches on tricky themes... then drops them without fully playing out their implications. But the show is elevated by its leads."


"A ripping good thriller."

The Globe and MailThe Globe and Mail

"Don’t let the plodding title put you off: (it) is anything but your average police drama-by-numbers."


"After eight episodes, the thinness of the show’s ambitions are revealed."

Chicago TribuneChicago Tribune

"In addition to its strong leads and immediately engaging set-up, (it's) enhanced by the visual style established by set-up director Jim Loach."

The AgeThe Age

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