David Tennant goes on a lovely stroll with his wife Georgia … after being kidnapped by serial killer Dennis Nilsson
David Tennant goes on a lovely stroll with his wife – after being kidnapped by serial killer Dennis Nilsson.
Former Doctor Who star, 49, starred in the television drama Des, which tells how work center employee Nilsson murdered at least 12 men and boys in London.
A total of 5.1 million tunes were made in the opening episode on ITV on Monday, with 4.5 million on Tuesday. The play ended Wednesday night.
Thrilling character: David Tennant goes on a lovely walk with his wife – after capturing the nation by portraying serial killer Dennis Nilsson
Dadi Tennant, 35, the actress’ wife with Georgia, 35, and another Dr. Hu’s daughter, Peter Davison, hugged her as they walked near their home in west London.
Nilsson died in prison in 2018 at the age of 72. Tennant said he was ‘very relieved’ that his colleague Scott had died and thus could not feel ‘glorified’ by the play.
Shilling’s new play has given Des ITV its biggest theatrical release of the year after having an average of 5.4 million viewers.
The three-part series documenting Nilsson’s arrest and the investigation into the brutal murders of 15 young people received critical acclaim on Monday, September 14th.
Ghost: Former Doctor Who star, 49, starred in the television drama Des, which tells how work center employee Nilson murdered at least 12 men and boys in London
This marks the channel’s biggest viewing figures since the launch of the six-January series Clean Up in January 2019.
Substantial number This makes it the biggest theatrical release on all channels since the beginning of the year.
Audiences were shocked when David Tennant’s Nilsson quietly admitted to killing ’15 or 16 ‘people during Monday’s opening episode.
Close: Bearded Tennant, 35, with actress’ wife Georgia, 35, and another Dr. Huw’s daughter, Peter Davison, hugging her while walking near their home in west London.
Nilsson, who died at the age of 74 in 2018 at HMP Full Sutton, 34 years on his life sentence, is believed to have killed 15 homosexuals, most of whom were homeless in his homes in the north London suburbs of Grigleywood and Maswell in the late 1970s and 1980s. In the early part.
At the time of the murder, Nilsson befriends his citizens before luring them into his flat in pubs and bars in London, where he kills them and sits down before dismembering their corpses.
His crimes were discovered when he tried to snatch a drain outside his home in Maswell Hill, Granley Garden, which was blocked by human remains.
Capture: Total 5.1 million tuned in on the opening episode on ITV on Monday, with 4.5 million on Tuesday. The play ended last night
Arrest Officer: Des Daniel Messes as Chief Investigator Peter Jayas
Nilsson was sentenced in 1983 to life in prison with six counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder.
The sentence was later upgraded to a full life fee.
Tess also features the performances of Peter Jayce as Detective Chief Investigator and Jason Watkins as Nilsson biographer Brian Masters.
The top five most-watched plays of this year are ITV. Like Desi, the first episodes of the quiz garnered 5.3 million viewers, while Van der Vaughn watched 5.2 million.
Tess airs Monday through September 14 from Wednesday, September 16 until 9 p.m.
Serial killer: Nilsson, who died at the age of 74 in 2018 at HMP Full Sutton, 34 years after being sentenced to life imprisonment, is believed to have killed 15 homosexuals
Who is the killer of Maswell Hill?
Serial killer Dennis Nilsson, a mild-mannered work center worker, was arrested in 1983 on suspicion of murder after discovering that human drains had been blocked by a dinosaur worker.
After his arrest, Nilsson, sometimes referred to as the ‘kind killer’, immediately confessed to 15 murders.
The killer, who died in prison in 2018, is said to have crushed the bodies of the victims.
Born in Scotland, he is a former police officer and trade unionist who has been described as “smart and kind” – which is what impressed his victims.
As unemployment rose in Britain in the 1980s, there were countless young people living in poverty in London.
He would meet his victims in pubs around Soho and north London, introduce himself and say, ‘Call me Tess.’
The serial killer will show mercy before luring them back to his flat – first at Melrose Avenue, Crigleywood, and then at Granley Gardens before strangling them and placing them under the ground.
While pretending to help the police, he withheld details of the victims, which could help bring justice to their families.
Nilsson had boiled the evidence, but he is believed to have killed 12 to 20 people – only eight have been identified.