Hidden Assets Wiki

There are many things to look forward to when watching Hidden Assets. Its premiere date is set for April 18, 2022. The second season is due to air on Acorn TV in 2022. Deep web links This wiki will provide you with the most up-to-date information on this new show. While you're waiting for the premiere, read on to find out what you can expect. It looks like a series that is sure to leave you spellbound.

Angeline Ball says the feel of Hidden Assets is "quite Scandi-noir"

A new TV show is launching this fall on the RTE network, and this one is set in Ireland. Based on the idea of the same creator of Relative, Hidden assets is a crime thriller with a global flavor. The action is split between the west of Ireland and Belgium, as the story moves from a tiny town in County Clare to the diamond capital of the world.

The premise of Hidden Assets is a crime drama centered around the investigation of a terrorist attack in Belgium. A young Irish woman, Emer Berry, has been assigned to the Criminal Assets Bureau to investigate a series of bombings in Belgium, and finds herself in a position where she must work with a Belgian police commissioner, Christian De Jong. As the investigation continues, the pair uncover a political conspiracy surrounding the dynasty of Brannigans, who own a massive diamond mine.
First episode airs on Sunday, November 7 at 9.30pm

In this drama, Detective Sergeant Emer Berry uncovers a network of drug and diamond smugglers. As a result of her investigation, she discovers that the clan of the notorious Brannigans is paying a drug dealer to create chaos in order to benefit financially from the attacks. This case demands the combined efforts of two detectives in order to solve it. The first season of Hidden Assets has six episodes and is set to conclude some time in the early 2020's. The US release will air on Acorn TV, which has an 8.2/10 rating.
Second season premieres on Acorn TV in 2022

The second season of Hidden Assets will be broadcast on Acorn TV in 2022. The first season aired in Ireland on RTE One in the autumn, and it will be screened in the U.S. on Acorn TV. The series was created by Thaddeus O'Sullivan and Kadir Balci, and was written by Peter McKenna and Morna Regan. The show is produced by Anna-Su Greenberg and Siobhan Bourke, with Peter De Maegd serving as executive producer.

The first season is comprised of four feature-length episodes. The plot revolves around a social media figure and her relationship with her husband. The episode will also center on the murder of the security guard, who leaves behind a terminally-ill wife. The second season will premiere on Acorn TV in April 2022. Acorn TV is a leading British television provider, so Hidden Assets will be an excellent choice for the U.S. audience.
Written by Peter McKenna

An Irish crime drama is coming to television on April 18 with the debut of Hidden Assets. The series is written by Peter McKenna and stars Angeline Ball as a detective. Wouter Hendrickx plays Commissioner De Jong. The series premieres on Acorn on April 18.

This new Irish drama was developed by the writer-producer of the hit AMC+ series Kin. Peter McKenna has written three episodes of the show. The crime drama is set between the west of Ireland and Belgium and follows the investigation of a drug-trafficking ring with links to a wealthy Irish family. The series is being rated 8.2/10 on Rotten Tomatoes.

The Hidden Assets wiki has information on the story, and links to related articles and books. The show is currently shooting in Ireland. The show will be broadcast on RTE Television this fall. It's produced by Saffron Moon Pictures, which produced the earlier drama Acceptable Risk. The series is a collaboration between the country's two largest television networks. Hidden Assets is produced by RTE Television and Saffron Moon Pictures, and was co-produced by Potemkino and Facet 4.

In this thriller, power, family, and boundless greed come together in a global financial crisis. A wealthy Irish family is linked to a series of bombings in Belgium. A Belgian detective and her Belgian counterpart are called upon to solve the case before the next bombing takes place. In the end, their efforts can't stop more bombings in Antwerp. If you're looking for a gripping mystery thriller, Hidden Assets is definitely worth checking out.
Directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan

The second season of Hidden Assets will be aired on BBC Four. The show is directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan and written by Peter McKenna. The first season of the series took place in Limerick. It was filmed at the Strand Hotel, People's Park, and a house on the North Circular Road. It was recently featured on the BBC's new talent hotlist. The show is scheduled to air sometime in 2022 and has received an 8.2/10 rating.

The new series is produced by Saffron Moon and co-produced by Potemkino and Facet 4. The film was created in partnership with Screen Ireland and Screen Flanders. The series follows a criminal investigation led by the Criminal Assets Bureau. The plot revolves around the link between a wealthy Irish family and a mysterious diamond stash, as well as a series of bombings in Belgium. Hidden Assets is a crime drama with strong language and violence. The series moves between Mid-West Ireland and the Belgian capital of Antwerp.

Hidden Assets is a thriller that deals with family, power, and boundless greed. Angeline Ball stars as Detective Emer Berry, an Irish woman who works for the Criminal Assets Bureau. Her investigation into a mysterious bag of rough-cut diamonds ties the mysterious diamonds to Belgian bombings. Emer Berry has to work with Belgian Police Commissioner Christian De Jong to find the real culprits and stop more terrorist bombings.
Stars Cathy Belton, Michael Ironside, Kwaku Fortune, Sophie Jo Wasson

If you love crime dramas, you'll probably be looking forward to the new series Hidden Assets, which will premiere on April 18. Despite its title, this series isn't about gangland crime. Instead, it's centered around the Irish Criminal Assets Bureau, where detective Emer Berry (Angelina Ball) investigates links between an Irish family and a series of bombings in Belgium. Working with Belgian police commissioner Christian De Jong, she must race to prevent more terrorist attacks.

To solve the crime, the Irish Criminal Assets Bureau raids a small-time drug dealer. He's receiving funding from an untraceable source, and it turns out that his operations are linked to a series of bombings in Belgium. Christian and Emer team up to solve the case, and their investigation leads them into a political conspiracy involving the Brannigans, a wealthy Irish dynasty with ties to Antwerp.