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  • Genres : Crime, Drama
  • Languages : English
  • Air date : 07/04/1991
  • Termination date : 22/10/2006
  • Usual episode duration : 3h27'
  • Released seasons : 7
  • Released episodes : 15

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Prime Suspect (1991)

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The series focuses on a no-nonsense female British Detective Chief Inspector , Jane Tennison , who is attached to the Metropolitan Police . It is set mostly in London and the outer areas, with series 5 being set in Manchester. In later series, she is promoted to Detective Superintendent. The series shows how she survives and thrives in a male-dominated profession. As mentioned in the behind-the-scenes documentary that accompanies "The Final Act" DVD, Jackie Malton, who was one of only four female DCIs at the time this series began, acted as an advisor to the writers.

The programme was part of a trend for programmes/films with women both in leading roles and holding senior authority positions. One UK television example is MIT, a spinoff from The Bill on ITV.

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