How many series of cracker were there?

How many series of cracker were there?

three series
Cracker is a British crime drama series, created and principally written by Jimmy McGovern, and starring Robbie Coltrane and Geraldine Somerville. A total of three series and two specials were broadcast over the course of thirteen years.

When was the series cracker made?

September 27, 1993
Cracker/Premiere dates

How many episodes of Cracker is Sarah Paulson?

This 16-episode series called “Edgily Mesmerizing” by Newsday, stars Robert Pastorelli, Josh Hartnett, Sarah Paulson, with special guest appearance by Mariska Hargitay and Josh Lucas.

Is Cracker series on Netflix?

Cracker – NOW ON NETFLIX!

What station is cracker on?

ITV
ITV GranadaSTVUTV
Cracker/Networks

Why is the show cracker called cracker?

The character was named after the English poet and writer Edward FitzGerald, according to series creator Jimmy McGovern.

Is Cracker still available to watch?

The wise-cracking Fitz is a brilliant but flawed criminal psychologist with a remarkable insight into the criminal mind. Currently you are able to watch “Cracker” streaming on BritBox Amazon Channel or buy it as download on Amazon Video.

What channel was Cracker on?

What does little cracker mean?

If you say that someone or something is a cracker, you like and admire them very much. [British, informal] She’s a cracker.

Why is the TV show called Cracker?

Where is Cracker being shown?

Manchester
Set in Manchester, the series follows a criminal psychologist (or “cracker”), Dr Edward “Fitz” Fitzgerald, played by Robbie Coltrane, who works with the Greater Manchester Police to help them solve crimes. The show consists of three series which were originally aired from 1993 to 1995.

Who is Cracker based on?

Cracker (American TV series)

Cracker
Based on Cracker by Jimmy McGovern
Developed by James Steven Sadwith
Starring Robert Pastorelli Carolyn McCormick Josh Hartnett Angela Featherstone R. Lee Ermey
Composer Roy Hay

What do we call crackers in English?

(postpositive) British a slang word for insane. Collins English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers. ‘crackers’ English.

Do the British call cookies biscuits?

Biscuit (UK) / Cookie (US) In the US, cookies are flat, round snacks made of sweet dough. In the UK, these are generally called biscuits, although people do call the bigger, softer kind cookies, too.