Holding next episode and how to watch new ITV drama online in full now

Holding 2022 cast, air date, number of episodes and watch online

Holding is the brand new drama on ITV – here’s how to watch on TV and online!

Holding has been adapted by Graham Norton’s debut novel of the same name.

A teaser shares: “Local police officer Sergeant PJ Collins is a gentle man who hides from people and fills his days with comfort food and half-hearted police work. He is one of life’s outsiders, lovable, but lonely and a bit rubbish at his job.

“When the body of long-lost local legend Tommy Burke is discovered, PJ is called to solve a serious crime for the first time in his career. Unearthing long buried secrets, PJ finally connects with the village he has tried so hard to avoid.

Watch Holding on TV and online

Holding currently airs on Monday nights at 9PM on ITV with new episodes weekly. The fourth and final episode will air Monday, 4 April.

A teaser for the instalment shares: “When PJ uncovers the truth behind the body, Duneen is changed forever. No longer able to turn a blind eye to those around him, PJ is forced to confront his own personal demons as he attempts to bring the killer to justice.”

Alternatively, you can watch the full series online now via ITV Hub here.

The series has four episodes.

Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones, Dublin Murders, Vienna Blood) will play PJ Collins with further casting including Academy award winning actress Brenda Fricker, Siobhán McSweeney (Derry Girls, Nowhere Special, Collateral) Charlene McKenna (Peaky Blinders, Vienna Blood, Bloodlands), Helen Behan (Elizabeth is Missing, The Virtues, This is England ’90), and Pauline McLynn (GameFace, Father Ted, Angela’s Ashes).

Completing the cast are Clinton Liberty (Handsome Devil, Normal People), Amy Conroy (The South Westerlies), Olwen Fouéré (Beast), Eleanor Tiernan (Bridget and Eamon), Gary Shelford (Belgravia), Lochlann Ó’Meárain (Smother), Sky Yang (Halo), Demi Issac Oviawe (The Young Offenders), Norma Sheahan (Bridget and Eamon), and Anne Kent (Fair City) with Calum Rea, Jane Spollen, Jim O’Donnell, Pat Kinevane, Karl Quinn, Michael Fry, Maria Connolly, Ian Brooker, Abhainn Harrington, Christopher Logan, Molly Logan, Terhas Gleeson, Ivet Corvea, Gary Murphy and Felix Brown.

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