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Wild Bill episode 3 preview

Bill launches a PR offensive.

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Bill (Rob Lowe) returned to work determined to turn his team around on the latest episode of Wild Bill.

If you don’t want any spoilers for Wild Bill, stop reading this article now.

After quitting during the first episode of the series, Bill had a change of heart and returned to work. He decided to focus the team on cold cases and picked one involving the Boston Bandit who had been robbing shops.

The case coincided with a homeless man known as Si (Craig Parkinson) turning up and playing piano at the train station. He was quickly linked to the case and Bill believed he was the Boston Bandit.

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A little further digging proved that wasn’t the case though and it was actually one of his own, DS Blair (Steffan Rhodri) who had been moonlighting as a criminal and caused the death of a man following a car accident.

Read our full Wild Bill episode 2 recap.

The synopsis for episode 3 is:

Bill launches a PR offensive when a leaked list of potential redundancies turns his team against him, and courts Boston’s old folks by claiming his new approach will make them safer.

However, when a routine burglary turns out to be something much bigger, Bill finds himself facing a public panic, fuelled by The Stump.

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Meanwhile, Bill’s relationship with Mary begins to deepen and Oleg keeps up the pressure on Muriel.

Wild Bill continues at 9pm Wednesday on ITV. Preview it with our gallery below:


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