‘The Tunnel’ returns for ‘Vengeance,’ Saturdays in July

The Tunnel: Vengeance

This July, the multi-award winning British crime drama “The Tunnel” will return for a third season, titled “The Tunnel: Vengeance.” The six-part series will air on Arizona PBS beginning Saturday, July 7, at 10 p.m. All episodes will also be available to binge via Passport beginning July 1.

The emotional final season of this critically acclaimed bilingual crime thriller reunites Stephen Dillane in his International Emmy Award-winning role as Karl Roebuck with Clémence Poésy as Elise Wassermann for the last outing of this unlikely Anglo-French partnership.

In “The Tunnel: Vengeance,” the investigative pair takes on a toxic and terrifying folie à deux whose mutual defining quality is an existential death wish. When the question posed by the couple – what is a life worth? – is directed straight back at Karl, he is forced to confront an utterly impossible choice that will haunt the audience long after the closing credits.

Set amidst mid-Brexit hysteria, “The Tunnel: Vengeance” tackles an escalating refugee crisis and examines the increasing threat of terror occasioned by disenfranchised, exiled souls on whom society has turned its back.

Last summer, you helped to make season 2, “The Tunnel: Sabotage,” one of the most-streamed drama series on PBS with 1.1 million streams across PBS digital platforms. This summer, “The Tunnel: Vengeance” will be able to stream online for a limited time simultaneously with each broadcast on PBS.org and PBS apps for iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast. Longer term, the series will be available via Passport for Arizona PBS members.

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