Dark Money is the brand new drama airing on BBC One - here's all you need to know.
From the cast to latest spoilers, this is your guide to BBC One's brand new drama Dark Mon£y.
Written by the Bafta-winning writer of Damilola, Our Loved Boy, Levi David Addai, and directed by Lewis Arnold (Broadchurch, Humans), Dark Mon£y tells the fictional story of The Mensahs, an ordinary working-class family from North London whose youngest son has recently finished filming a major Hollywood movie role.
Dark Mon£y started at 9PM on Monday, July 8 on BBC One. There are four episodes of the series.
The final two episodes air this Monday and Tuesday, July 15 and 16 at 9PM.
You can watch episodes and catch up for free via the BBC iPlayer.
Dark Mon£y cast
Bafta-nominated Babou Ceesay (Damilola, Our Loved Boy, Best Of Enemies) as Manny Mensah and Jill Halfpenny (Three Girls, In The Club) as Sam Mensah lead the cast of the new thought-provoking drama.
Other cast are Rebecca Front (War and Peace, Poldark) who plays Cheryl Denon and Olive Gray (Home from Home) who plays Jess Mensah.
Completing the cast are Susan Wokoma (Crazyhead, Chewing Gum), Ellen Thomas (Teachers, EastEnders), Arnold Oceng (The Good Lie), Joseph May (Resident Evil), Rudi Dharmalingam (Our Girl) and Gary Beadle (EastEnders).
Dark Money spoilers
Dark Mon£y tells the fictional story of The Mensahs, an ordinary working-class family from North London whose youngest son has recently finished filming a major Hollywood movie role.
But Manny and Sam’s world is shattered when Isaac reveals he was abused whilst out in America by a renowned filmmaker.
Although guilt-ridden, the family decide to accept a substantial pay-off to keep silent, believing the money will help start a new life, enable them to heal, and avoid the publicity hell of pressing charges against a celebrity.
But the damage runs deep, and the cost of remaining silent may be too high.
In tonight's third episode, with Isaac facing rejection on the next film, he spirals out of control and the family starts to fracture. As the truth starts to come out, Jess plays a dangerous game with the press.
In tomorrow's fourth and final episode, Manny and Sam are threatened by Jotham’s lawyer. Both decide to seek justice for their son, but in very different ways.
The four-part series concludes on BBC One this week on Monday and Tuesday at 9PM.