Outrageous UK Procedural No Offence Coming To Home Video!

No Offence is the outrageous female-driven police procedural from legendary writer Paul Abbott (Shameless) that follows an unorthodox team of cops in Manchester.

Winner of the Best Drama Series from the Royal Television Society, No Offence Series 1, from Acorn TV, comes to home video on August 7th.

“An irresistible feast for all the senses” -The Telegraph

“Vibrant, warm, rich and real. Hilarious and fabulous” -The Guardian

“An addictive, funny and disturbing cop show with the glorious humanity of Shameless” -Radio Times

“Channel 4’s comedy drama is a rare thing – both gripping and funny,
with a central team of characters who breathe real life into the police procedural.” -The Guardian

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Acorn TV’s Highly-Anticipated Outrageous British Police Procedural NO OFFENCE, Series 1
DVD Debut from Acorn TV on August 7, 2018

Winner of the Best Drama Series from the Royal Television Society

Acorn TV features the DVD debut of the outrageous police procedural NO OFFENCE, Series 1 on August 7, 2018. The outrageous female-driven police procedural follows an unorthodox team of cops in Manchester. From legendary writer Paul Abbott (Shameless, State of Play) comes an “exhilarating, ballsy, and…filthily funny” (The Independent) police comedy-drama with fierce female characters and a shrewd, irreverent take on crime. The critically-acclaimed dramedy stars Joanna Scanlan (Requiem, The Thick of It, Notes on a Scandal) and Irish Film & TV Academy Lead Drama Actress nominee Elaine Cassidy (Acceptable Risk, The Paradise, The Others). The DVD 3-Disc Set features 8 episodes, plus bonus featurettes ($49.99, Amazon.com). No Offence, Series 1 made its U.S. premiere in April 2018 on Acorn TV. Called a “glorious streaming service… an essential must-have” (The Hollywood Reporter), Acorn TV is North America’s most popular streaming service focused on British and international television from RLJ Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: RLJE).

Charismatic DI Vivienne Deering (Scanlan) leads an ace but unorthodox squad that tackles Manchester’s most gruesome and off-the-wall crimes, including drug dealers, neo-Nazis, and black-market organ sellers. When strong-willed DC Dinah Kowalska (Cassidy) connects a body at the morgue to a group of murdered girls with Down’s syndrome, Viv and her team begin the hunt for a serial killer. What they uncover could leave even the most seasoned officers reeling.

Loaded with dark humor and shocking plot twists, this award-winning series also stars Alexandra Roach (Iron Lady, Anna Karenina), Will Mellor (Broadchurch), Paul Ritter (Vera), and Colin Salmon (Arrow).

Street Date: August 7, 2018 SRP: $49.99
DVD 3-Disc Set: 8 episodes – Approx. 381 min., plus bonus – SDH Subtitles – UPC 054961267194
Bonus: Meet the cast & crew (11 min.) and deleted scenes (11 min.)
Contains violence, strong language, sexual situations, nudity, drug use, and disturbing images