Netflix's The Irregulars cast reveal revolting 'Jigsaw Man' zombie stitched together from 16 corpses

NETFLIX's The Irregulars cast have revealed a horrific 'Jigsaw Man' zombie stitched together from 16 corpses.

Tom Bidwell's spanking new mystery crime drama is set to hit our screens next week.

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The show is based in 19th century London and follows a group youngsters who try to figure out the person behind a series of supernatural crimes.

Members of the cast shared their thoughts on the upcoming drama, especially the monster scenes which includes a terrifying Jigsaw man.

Jojo Macari, who is set to play Billy told TV Mag: "There’s one monster called the Jigsaw Man, who is a person created by 16 different people sewn together.

"He is astonishing – that’s all prosthetics on that guy. It’s hilarious sitting in the green room on a cold day in the green room having a cup of tea next to a zombie."


The Inbetweeners star Henry Lloyd-Hughes, 35, will portray Sherlock Holmes and shared what attracted him to the role.

He shared with TV Mag: "I was attracted to getting to do a sideways, slightly deconstructed version. It’s very much a flawed, raw retelling of something that everyone has a handle on in culture.

"It’s been done marvellously so many times before, but I thought this is my shot to do it in a different way, and in a way that feels pretty unique. I’m not the star of the show – these guys are the stars of the show."

He added: "It’s their world we see – we see it through their eyes. It was a no brainer to get a shot at that, but to do it in a scary and dangerous new setting we haven’t seen it."


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Last month fans were given a glimpse of what to expect when the eight-episode series lands on the popular streaming service.

The voice over starts off by telling fans: "A darkness has come to London, something moves through the streets, like the shadow of a nightmare… it evisarates all who stand against it…."

A group of five friends are the only ones who can save the city. If they fail, there could be serious consequences.

The voice over finishes the teaser by asking the viewer: "You think you've seen horror? You know nothing of what it is to be afraid…"

Read the full interview in TV Mag, available only with The Sun every Saturday.

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