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Wild Bill episode 6 preview

The discovery of a pyre of bodies puts Bill on the hunt.

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The murder of a farm owner was at the centre of the latest episode of Wild Bill.

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

Darren Bailey, a man who ran a farm with immigrant workers, was found murdered in a suitcase and suspicion immediately fell on his family and Slovenian girlfriend Lubica (Katarina Cas). Bill (Rob Lowe) and Muriel (Bronwyn James) tried to get to the truth using Darren’s daughter Charlene (Nichola Burley) as their closest ally.

After going round in circles with Lubica and a worker they thought she was having an affair with, Bill and Muriel realised that Darren was actually killed by poison-laced cocaine he’d been using. That caused him to fall and hit his head, leading them to think he’d been bludgeoned to death.

The cocaine was supplied by local crime lord Oleg (Aleksandar Jovanovic) and Bill made it his mission to take him down once and for all. Will he succeed?

Read our full Wild Bill episode 5 recap.

The synopsis for Wild Bill episode 6 is:

The discovery of a pyre of bodies puts Bill on the hunt for Frank McGill, a hitman notorious for his weapon of choice: a nail-gun. However, having been put into witness protection years earlier after turning in other members of the Maguire gang which he worked for, Frank is now off-grid.

Meanwhile, DS Blair is released on bail after information is leaked regarding the unlawful obtaining of key DNA and the pressure mounts for Bill to resign.

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


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