The Irregulars Netflix release date: When is The Irregulars out?

The Irregulars trailer released by Netflix

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After more than one year of waiting, The Irregulars is almost here. The series is based on the works of Sherlock Holmes creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle but when is the highly anticipated new series out? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.

When is The Irregulars out?

The Irregulars premieres on Friday, March 26 on Netflix worldwide.

There are eight episodes in the series, which will be available to stream and download in one go from Friday morning on Netflix.

To watch The Irregulars, you can subscribe to Netflix from £5.99/$8.99 per month.

Netflix also has a download option which means you can watch episodes of The Irregulars on the go via the Netflix app.

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What is The Irregulars about?

The Irregulars follows the Baker Street Irregulars working for the famous Dr Watson.

Watson’s team will be trying to save London from evil supernatural elements

The Irregulars in Doyle’s novels are a group of teenagers living in London who help Dr Watson solve supernatural crimes.

However, the iconic Sherlock Holmes is the man who receives the credit for all of their hard work.

The synopsis for The Irregulars reads: “Set in Victorian London, the series follows a gang of troubled street teens who are manipulated into solving crimes for the sinister Doctor Watson and his mysterious business partner, the elusive Sherlock Holmes.

“As the crimes take on a horrifying supernatural edge and a dark power emerges, it’ll be up to the Irregulars to come together to save not only London but the entire world.”

Who stars in The Irregulars?

Henry Lloyd-Hughes stars as Sherlock Holmes in The Irregulars.

Lloyd-Hughes is best known for playing Mark Donovan in The Inbetweeners and Roger Davies in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

He is also well known for playing Aaron Peel in Killing Eve and Pontmercy in BBC’s Les Misérables.

Royce Pierreson takes on the role of Dr Watson in The Irregulars on Netflix.

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Pierreson starred in Line of Duty as DC Jamie Desford and more recently Istredd in The Witcher.

His other well-known roles include Wanderlust, Our Girl and Murdered by my Boyfriend.

Clarke Peters stars as Linen Man alongside Olivia Grant as Patrica Coleman-Jones.

Peters is best known for his role as Lester Freamon in The Wire and Albert Lambreaux in Treme.

Viewers will most likely recognise Grant from her role as Ava Knox in Strike Back.

The Fall’s Aidan McArdle portrays Inspector Lestrade in the series and Olivier Award-winning actress Sheila Atim stars as The Toothfairy.

The Irregulars themselves consists of Bea, the leader of the Irregulars, Jessie, Billy, Spike and Leopold.

Thaddea Graham stars as Bea opposite Harrison Osterfield as Leopold.

Graham is best known for playing Iona in The Letter for the King and Osterfield’s credits include Chaos Walking, Catch-22 and One in a Million.

Newcomers Darci Shaw, Jojo Macari and McKell David take on the roles of Jessie, Billy and Spike respectively.

The Irregulars premieres Friday, March 26 on Netflix

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