Injustice

Injustice

  • 2011
  • 1 Season
  • 7.3  (1,570)

Injustice is a crime, drama, and thriller mini-series about a criminal barrister who has given up in the justice system due to drastic series of events. This five episode, sixty minutes series was written by the talented novelist, children's writer, and screenwriter, Anthony Horowitz. Though Horowitz is qualified to direct the series, screenwriter and director Colm McCarthy, directed this 2011 series that featured on ITV, and released by Acorn Media UK. The main characters are William Travers (Will), the barrister, played by actor James Purefoy, Jane Travers, his wife, played by Dervla Kirwan, Kate Travers, their daughter, played by Lisa Diveney. The family came to rural town, Suffolk in search of a better life, but things change when he gets involved in a new murder case. The family begins to remember why they had to leave London after Will had a nervous breakdown about a murder case. During the primary plot, Will is asked by Natalie Chandra (Sasha Behar), a London solicitor to defend an old friend of Will's, Martin Newall (Nathaniel Parker), who is accused of murdering his secretary and lover, Lucy Wilson (Jayne Wisner), but the mystery and thrill doesn't stop there. Will's family grows weary when another murder occurs close to the Travers's home, and the investigation is led by Will's arch nemesis, DS Mark Wenborn (Charlie Creed-Miles). Wenborn is known as a bully, but great police detective that doesn't give up until he has caught his mark. The series continues with Wenborn being convinced that Jarrold, the farm worker, was executed, after he learns that Jarrold was really an animal rights activist named Phil Spaull (Robert Whitelock). The series accelerates in thrill and mystery with Wenborn focused on his missions and the Travers gaining the strength to keeping surviving.

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Psychological
13. Psychological
December 31, 1969
A violent murder goes unsolved for a year until a man, hearing voices in his head, confesses the crime to a priest. The priest reports him to the police.
John Wilson
12. John Wilson
December 31, 1969
A Mountie murders his wife in 1919 and is caught after the wife's sister begins a letter writing campaign with Canadian authorities from her home in Scotland.
Teacher
11. Teacher
December 31, 1969
A teacher who had been sexually abusing his students for nearly twenty years is brought to justice.
The Regina Riot
10. The Regina Riot
December 31, 1969
July 1,1935 marks the bloodiest day of the Great Depression as police attack a peaceful gathering of Communist organizers in Regina.
Unforgiveable
9. Unforgiveable
December 31, 1969
A child serial killer terrorizes the city of Saskatoon in the summer of 1975.
Fire & Ice
8. Fire & Ice
December 31, 1969
A woman disappears and her case goes cold. Eight years later a Cold Squad discovers her body buried under the concrete basement of a new house, built on the property of the home she once occupied.
Police Informant
7. Police Informant
December 31, 1969
A neo-Nazi shoots a first nations trapper. He is later found to be a police informant.
The Calder Tyrant
6. The Calder Tyrant
December 31, 1969
A man is murdered by his wife in 1919. The circumstances surrounding his death throw doubt upon her motives. Ultimately she becomes the first woman sentenced to death in Canada.
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
June 10, 2011
Travers makes the last connections in probing the conspiracy, affecting Martin's murder case and changing his own life forever. Wenborn resorts to blackmail and frame-ups to close his investigation, targeting Travers and bringing the troubled barrister face-to-face with his own shadowy past.
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
June 9, 2011
While the case against Martin becomes stronger, the implications of the conspiracy grow as well. Detective Wenborn's investigation heat's up, but so does his personal conflict. Jane's student runs afoul of Wenborn's detective work, with shocking consequences.
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
June 8, 2011
While Travers uncovers more clues unraveling the conspiracy around Martin's case, Detective Wenborn makes a vital connection between the rural murder and Travers himself--and the barrister's withdrawal from homicide cases. Jane's prize student turns out to have a dark past to balance his bright talent.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
June 7, 2011
Travers learns more about his friend Martin's murder case, discovering what may be a conspiracy involving oil and money. Detective Wenborn, investigating the killing near Travers's home, unearths a different yet equally lethal conspiracy. Meanwhile, Travers's wife, Jane, identifies a diamond in the rough among her students.
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
June 6, 2011
Successful defense barrister William Travers thought he was done with the stresses of London murder cases. Yet he risks his family's quiet country life when he undertakes the defense of an old friend accused of murder. Travers also faces trouble near home when a police detective with a grudge investigates a local killing.
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Injustice is a crime, drama, and thriller mini-series about a criminal barrister who has given up in the justice system due to drastic series of events. This five episode, sixty minutes series was written by the talented novelist, children's writer, and screenwriter, Anthony Horowitz. Though Horowitz is qualified to direct the series, screenwriter and director Colm McCarthy, directed this 2011 series that featured on ITV, and released by Acorn Media UK.

The main characters are William Travers (Will), the barrister, played by actor James Purefoy, Jane Travers, his wife, played by Dervla Kirwan, Kate Travers, their daughter, played by Lisa Diveney. The family came to rural town, Suffolk in search of a better life, but things change when he gets involved in a new murder case. The family begins to remember why they had to leave London after Will had a nervous breakdown about a murder case.

During the primary plot, Will is asked by Natalie Chandra (Sasha Behar), a London solicitor to defend an old friend of Will's, Martin Newall (Nathaniel Parker), who is accused of murdering his secretary and lover, Lucy Wilson (Jayne Wisner), but the mystery and thrill doesn't stop there. Will's family grows weary when another murder occurs close to the Travers's home, and the investigation is led by Will's arch nemesis, DS Mark Wenborn (Charlie Creed-Miles). Wenborn is known as a bully, but great police detective that doesn't give up until he has caught his mark.

The series continues with Wenborn being convinced that Jarrold, the farm worker, was executed, after he learns that Jarrold was really an animal rights activist named Phil Spaull (Robert Whitelock). The series accelerates in thrill and mystery with Wenborn focused on his missions and the Travers gaining the strength to keeping surviving.Injustice is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on June 6, 2011.

Injustice is available for streaming on the ITV1 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Injustice on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play, Hoopla, Apple TV and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    June 6, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (1,570)