Next Episode of Ultraviolet is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Dark forces are at large in the city in this drama series about modern vampires, starring Jack DavenportThe premise of Ultraviolet is that vampires do exist and that a secret organisation backed by government funds – the CIB – not only tracks their movements, but spends a lot of time helping convert them to ashes. Ashes which are then stored in a high-security containment facility because it's a well-known fact that vampires can resurrect. The CIB (unlike, say, Buffy) uses high-tech equipment, so someone's obviously spent some time working out how to bring vampires and vampire-fighting up-to-date. Carbon bullets, guns incorporating cameras and mirror sights, vampire bites that can only be seen through ultraviolet light... these are all updates on popular vampire mythology.The CIB is made up of the traditional stereotypes of vampire hunting: a priest (Fr Pearse Harman - Philip Quast), an ex-soldier (Vaughan Rice - Idris Elba), and a scientist – in this case a haematology specialist (Dr Angela March - Susannah Harker). The three members of the team are dedicated and experienced, cold and clinically hardened to the killing that permeates their daily existence. The newest addition of the team, a cop (Michael Coleman – Jack Davenport) forced to kill his best friend after the latter becomes a vampire, is the character whose development we follow through the series.'When a human dies, the soul dies too. We are the source of all religion. We are the afterlife. There is nothing else...'
Mike is dragged away from Jack's stag night by a terrified, yet unreliable, informant who's desperate to talk to Jack. Mike simply wants to stop him turning up at the reception, but when the informant turns up dead and Jack disappears, Mike finds himself being pulled into a dark underworld of which he knows nothing.
Whilst investigating a suspicious hit-and-run by a car with blacked-out windows, the squad suspects that the son of a well-known businessman is a leech and decides to look into his financial activities.
The squad investigate the attempted rape of a female barrister who it seems was apparently saved by a leech. They find that she has been attempting to have a child, and has been been impregnated in-vitro with her late husband's sperm, but the pregnancy is not normal.
After a boy kills a priest, the squad discovers signs of infection among the schoolboys, even though none appear to have been bitten.
The squad becomes interested in a shipment of mysterious crates from Brazil. Michael suspects Kirsty has been 'taken' and meets her to find out.
The captive leech is identified and the squad uncovers a plan to exterminate mankind. Meanwhile, Michael searches for Kirsty, who seems to have been abducted.
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