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Episodes from the first season

Episodes are from Channel 4, Utopia Official page

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1 - Episode #1.1

Original title : Episode #1.1
First Aired : 15.01.2013 (UK)
Director : Marc Munden
Writing credits : Mark Aldridge, Dennis Kelly, Dennis Kelly, Huw Kennair-Jones, Clare McDonald
Cast : Adeel Akhtar (Wilson Wilson), James Fox (Assistant), Paul Higgins (Michael Dugdale), Neil Maskell (Arby), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Jessica Hyde), Alistair Petrie (Geoff), Stephen Rea (Letts), Alexandra Roach (Becky), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Ian), Oliver Woollford (Grant), Oliver Dimsdale (Greg Ashby), Ruth Gemmell (Jen Dugdale), Anna Madeley (Anya), Paul Ready (Lee), Michael Smiley (Detective Reynolds), Mark Stobbart (Bejan), Gary Cargill (Detective Leeman), Sarah Churm (Grant's Mum), Paapa Essiedu (Roy), Simon Farnaby (Marcus), Hermione Gulliford (Diane), Joshua James (Teenager), Danny Kirrane (Clerk), Eleanor Matsuura (Bev), Gerard Monaco (Joe), Andrew Readman (Lawyer), Stewart Scudamore (Milton Wilson), Gavin Spokes (Large Man), Dan Tetsell (Headteacher), Brooklyn Baker (Biohazard / Security), David Crow (Whiteboy), Paul Higgins (Dugdale), Stephen Lea (Letts), Anne Madeley (Anya)

The Story : When five strangers from an online comic book forum agree to meet after gaining possession of the original manuscript for the cult graphic novel 'The Utopia Experiments', they find themselves pursued by a shadowy organisation known as The Network who are in pursuit of the manuscript - and they are prepared to kill to track it down. While three of the forum members - Ian, Becky and Wilson meet in the pub, another is confronted and killed by two Network henchmen. The only witness to the murder is 11-year-old Grant - the fifth forum member - and when he flees with the manuscript, the henchmen give chase. Ian and Becky soon find they've been set-up for crimes they haven't committed, while Wilson's hacking skills attract the attention of Network henchmen Arby and Lee. As the trio's lives begin to fracture, the world of civil servant Michael Dugdale is also torn apart as he is blackmailed by The Network. Just as things are looking increasingly desperate for Ian, Becky and Wilson, they come face to face with an enigmatic stranger who claims to offer them a way out...

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2 - Episode #1.2

Original title : Episode #1.2
First Aired : 22.01.2013 (UK)
Director : Marc Munden
Writing credits : Mark Aldridge, Dennis Kelly, Huw Kennair-Jones, Clare McDonald
Cast : Adeel Akhtar (Wilson Wilson), James Fox (Assistant), Paul Higgins (Michael Dugdale), Emilia Jones (Alice), Neil Maskell (Arby), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Jessica Hyde), Alistair Petrie (Geoff), Stephen Rea (Letts), Alexandra Roach (Becky), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Ian), Oliver Woollford (Grant), Lloyd Hutchinson (William Kaye), Ruth Gemmell (Jen Dugdale), Anna Madeley (Anya), David Sibley (Jack Tate), Eleanor Matsuura (Bev), Alan Williams (The Tramp), Teresa Banham (Alice's Mum), Mark Carter (Old House Father), Diana Hardcastle (CIA Woman), Pamela Ashton (Lady eating sandwich in cafe), Paul Ready (Lee), Michael Smiley (Detective Reynolds), Mark Stobbart (Bejan)

The Story : Unable to ever return to their old lives, Ian and Becky are forced to face the terrifying reality of life on the run. Meanwhile, Dugdale is drawn deeper and deeper into a plot that threatens to have fatal consequences.

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3 - Episode #1.3

Original title : Episode #1.3
First Aired : 29.01.2013 (UK)
Director : Marc Munden
Writing credits : Mark Aldridge, Dennis Kelly, Huw Kennair-Jones, Clare McDonald
Cast : Adeel Akhtar (Wilson), James Fox (Assistant), Paul Higgins (Michael Dugdale), Geraldine James (Milner), Emilia Jones (Alice), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Jessica Hyde), Neil Maskell (Arby), Simon McBurney (Donaldson), Alexandra Roach (Becky), Alistair Petrie (Geoff), Stephen Rea (Letts), Ruth Gemmell (Jen Dugdale), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Ian), Anna Madeley (Anya), Oliver Woollford (Grant), Teresa Banham (Alice's Mum), Ben Bishop (Corporal), James Boyland (Shaven Headed Man), Sarah Churm (Grant's Mum), Eleanor Matsuura (Bev), Jay Simpson (Detective Richmond), Dan Tetsell (Headteacher), Michael Smiley (Detective Reynolds), Mark Stobbart (Bejan)

The Story : In episode three the gang feel the full weight of The Network's power as Grant is framed for a shocking crime. With nowhere else to turn, they are forced to make a new ally - but can she really be trusted?

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4 - Episode #1.4

Original title : Episode #1.4
First Aired : 05.02.2013 (UK)
Director : Alex Garcia Lopez, Wayne Yip
Writing credits : Mark Aldridge, Dennis Kelly, Huw Kennair-Jones, Clare McDonald
Cast : Adeel Akhtar (Wilson Wilson), James Fox (Assistant), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Ian), Paul Higgins (Michael Dugdale), Geraldine James (Milner), Alexandra Roach (Becky), Habib Mohammed (Mr. Rabbit), Emilia Jones (Alice), Neil Maskell (Arby), Simon McBurney (Donaldson), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Jessica Hyde), Alistair Petrie (Geoff), Stephen Rea (Letts), Oliver Woollford (Grant), Ruth Gemmell (Jen Dugdale), Anna Madeley (Anya), Paapa Essiedu (Roy), Mitchell Mullen (Lane Munroe), Michael Smiley (Detective Reynolds)

The Story : Hidden away in a derelict manor house, the group attempt to decipher the secret meaning of the manuscript. But will uncovering the identity of Mr Rabbit really allow them to return to their former lives?

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5 - Episode #1.5

Original title : Episode #1.5
First Aired : 12.02.2013 (UK)
Director : Alex Garcia Lopez, Wayne Yip
Writing credits : Mark Aldridge, Dennis Kelly, Huw Kennair-Jones, Clare McDonald
Cast : Adeel Akhtar (Wilson Wilson), James Fox (Assistant), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Ian), Paul Higgins (Michael Dugdale), Geraldine James (Milner), Alexandra Roach (Becky), Habib Mohammed (Mr. Rabbit), Emilia Jones (Alice), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Jessica Hyde), Neil Maskell (Arby), Simon McBurney (Donaldson), Alistair Petrie (Geoff), Stephen Rea (Letts), Ruth Gemmell (Jen Dugdale), Anna Madeley (Anya), Oliver Woollford (Grant), Paul Bergquist (Cafe Owner), Simon Blackhall (Christos), Michael Smiley (Detective Reynolds)

The Story : The gang's attempt to disrupt The Network's plans backfires leaving one of them in danger. Arby's confession to Jessica has damaging repercussions while Becky is left with an impossible choice.

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6 - Episode #1.6

Original title : Episode #1.6
First Aired : 19.02.2013 (UK)
Director : Alex Garcia Lopez, Marc Munden, Wayne Yip
Writing credits : Mark Aldridge, Dennis Kelly, Huw Kennair-Jones, Clare McDonald
Cast : Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Ian), Geraldine James (Milner), Alexandra Roach (Becky), James Fox (Assistant), Habib Mohammed (Mr. Rabbit), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Jessica Hyde), Adeel Akhtar (Wilson), Sarah Churm (Grant's Mum), Michael Degnan (Mental patient), Ruth Gemmell (Jen Dugdale), Paul Higgins (Michael Dugdale), Emilia Jones (Alice), Anna Madeley (Anya), Alistair Petrie (Geoff), Michael Smiley (Detective Reynolds), Morgan Walters (Rail Guard), Paula Ann Williams (Visitor), Oliver Woollford (Grant)

The Story : The final episode sees time running out, and the gang must find Mr Rabbit and stopThe Network releasing Janus. As a daring plan is formed, only one question remains - will the true secrets of Utopia finally be revealed?

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