Britain’s spy series, and one of the ABC’s most popular, Spooks, is coming back to screens next month on a new night.
It will air at 9:35pm Mondays from April 6th, replacing The Cut.
back with another white-knuckle ride through the perilous world of deadly terrorists, international cover-ups and treacherous double-agents.
Over the course of 10 hour-long episodes, Harry, Ros, Adam and the team are immersed in their most intricate operation to date as the complex relationship between the UK, Iran and the US is put under the spotlight.
The opening episode sees Zaf, undercover in Tehran, attempt to place a bomb on a civilian train in an effort to flush out a key Iranian spy. For the first time Spooks will explore one theme throughout the series.
Guest appearances include Matthew Marsh (The Commander) as CIA Agent Bob Hogan and Robert Glenister (Hustle), who resumes his role as Home Secretary.
Series 6 also sees the return of Anna Chancellor (Suburban Shootout, Tipping The Velvet) as Juliet Shaw, former National Security Co-ordinator.
ABC will also offer an interactive online game at http://abc.net.au/spooks that extends the television experience from March 27th.