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Sky has commissioned a second series of 'Tin Star', the Sky Original Production that stars Tim Roth. The first series starts tomorrow on Sky Atlantic and Now TV, when all 10 episodes will be available.

The show has been described as "a cross between 'Twin Peaks' and 'Breaking Bad'.

Written by BAFTA-winning writer and director Rowan Joffe ('28 Weeks Later', 'The American'), it follows British police chief Jim Worth (Roth) and his family as they desperately try to escape a past that unleashed an act of vicious revenge.

Series one explores how far someone will go to protect the ones they love, while series two will continue the at times darkly comic story of a man torn between his past and present.

“When 'Tin Star' launches this week, Sky Atlantic viewers will not only experience a hugely powerful tale of revenge with captivating, uncompromising characters, but will be left in no doubt as to why a second series was an absolute must," said Anne Mensah, head of drama at Sky.

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