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Compulsion cast of new Channel 5 drama revealed

Compulsion cast: RAJ (BEN TAVASSOLI), CONNIE (HAYLEY MILLS), JENNY, (LEANNE BEST) & SASHA (ANNA CHANCELLOR), ALI (KRISSI BOHN), CHRIS (DANNY ASHOK). Picture: Jay Brooks / Channel 5 Television Cop
Compulsion cast: RAJ (BEN TAVASSOLI), CONNIE (HAYLEY MILLS), JENNY, (LEANNE BEST) & SASHA (ANNA CHANCELLOR), ALI (KRISSI BOHN), CHRIS (DANNY ASHOK). Picture: Jay Brooks / Channel 5 Television Cop

Compulsion is the brand new drama airing this week to Channel 5 - here's all you need to know.

The four-part thriller will be written by Sarah Deane (Moving On, Clink) and directed by Noreen Kershaw (Call the Midwife, Pitching In, Our Girl).

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The cast is led by Leanne Best (Young Wallander, Cold Feet) as Jenny, a paramedic who develops a gambling addiction while attempting to cope with PTSD after a fatal train crash.

Anna Chancellor (Pennyworth, The Watch) stars as Sasha, a good Samaritan who offers Jenny a way out while Hayley Mills (Pollyanna, Pitching In) plays loan shark Connie Bertram who holds Jenny's fate in her hands.

Also on the cast are Ben Tavassoli as Raj, Krissi Bohn as Ali and Danny Ashok as Chris.

Compulsion will start on Channel 5 on Tuesday, 12 April at 9PM.

Episodes will continue nightly across the week with the final episode on Friday, 15 April.

You can watch the series online via My5 here.

The series is produced by LA productions with filming taking place in Liverpool last year.

Sebastian Cardwell, Channel 5 Deputy Director of Programmes, ViacomCBS Networks UK said: "I’m excited to be adding to our thriving drama slate with another commission for 2022!

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"LA Productions have a wealth of experience creating cutting edge drama, and I’m looking forward to teaming up with them to bring this gripping story to Channel 5 viewers.”

Colin McKeown, Executive Producer, LA Productions added: “We strive with all of our dramas to get the best cast, the best crew and the best script. With ‘Compulsion’ we believe we have achieved that.”

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