POLAND & HUNGARY: David Tennant Drama Des Premieres On Cinemax Tonight



Cinemax viewers in Poland and Hungary will be able to watch the series premiere of the critically acclaimed UK series Des this evening from 20:00. David Tennant gives an award-winning performance as infamous UK serial killer Dennis Nilsen in the three-part series which co-stars Daniel Mays and Jason Watkins as Detective Peter Jay and Brian Masters respectively. Des was written by Luke Neal and directed by Lewis Arnold.

David Tennant stars as notorious serial killer Dennis Nilsen in the series based on Brian Masters’ book Killing For Company. In February 1983, Detective Chief Inspector Peter Jay is called to a house in Cranley Gardens, North London, where he discovers the drains clogged with rotting human flesh. But the extent of this grisly discovery only becomes apparent when the culprit returns from work and a search of his flat is undertaken. Dennis ‘Des’ Nilsen, apparently an ordinary civil servant, shows officers further human remains stashed around his home and freely admits to the police that it's not just one or two bodies, but as many as 15 or 16. As the police try to secure a conviction and identify the victims from scant DNA evidence, biographer Brian Masters attempts to understand why. A game of chess with Des begins, and while Brian may be exhilarated by his newest subject, he's unaware what this new obsession could do to his life. 

Watch Episode 1 and 2 of Des back-to-back on Cinemax in Poland and Hungary tonight from 20:00. The series concludes on 13th December.

 

 

 

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