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The television series entitled as Ultimate Force is a television drama series that was aired on ITV. The television series revolves around the dealings of a fictional Red Troop group that is supposed to be a subdivision of the Special Air Service. Its British producers ended up creating four series.
Chris Ryan co-created the television series because of his experience being a member of Bravo Two Zero. A group that became famous because of its patrol in the Gulf War of 1991. Ultimate Force's main producer was Bentley Productions. Ryan also appeared on the series making it his first appearance on a television series. Chris played the role of Johnny Bell, a Blue Troop Leader.
Ross Kemp, a famous British star, plays the central character of the television series. He plays the role of Henry 'Henno' Garvie, a tough attitude Staff Sergeant to say the least. Kemp made an appearance throughout all of the four series that was created. Ultimate Force is also the television series that lured Ross Kemp to move to ITV from BBC, together with a contract involving a million pounds.
The Ultimate Force ultimately made diminishing returns for the network ITV. One reason for this is the abrupt withdrawal of series three. However, series three was returned weeks later. By then the series was moved to a new time slot of 9 P.M. of every Saturday. Series four also experienced the same withdrawal and re-instating after airing only two episodes. In fact, there are a few episodes of series four that was not being shown on ITV.
On a weird move by ITV network, the rest of the episodes of series four was shown a year later after its withdrawal from the air. Fortunately for the fans of Ultimate Force, a DVD of the fourth season was released in full by September 2006. The original DVD release was meant to be distributed in the United Kingdom.
ITV finally announced that series was being axed, thus series five will not be created. One major reason for such move is because of the low ratings of the series. Stars were also difficult to organize since some of them moved to other projects like Ross Kemp who moved to hosting documentaries and Christopher Fox moved to the police drama entitled The Bill.