Where to watch Shetland series 1 to 6 | The Sun

THE BBC crime series Shetland is set to return to our screens soon.

In the meantime, take a look at what happened in the previous series.

Where can I catch up on series 1 – 6 of Shetland? 

The previous series of Shetland are available to watch with purchase on Amazon.

Series seven is making an explosive return to TV on August 10 2022.

You can catch all of the action from 9pm on BBC One.

After this episodes will air weekly at the same time.

You can also catch up with episodes on the BBC iPlayer.

What happened in each series? 

Series One

An Elderly Shetlander named Mima Wilson is found murdered on the archaeological site on the grounds of her croft.

Detective Inspector Jimmy Perez and his team investigate, and find that somehow the murder is linked to the Shetland bus.

Series Two

DI Jimmy Perez and his team investigate the murder of a teenage girl whose body was found on a private beach.

A single name keeps cropping up time and time again.

One of the locals Magnus Bain, whose home overlooked where the crime had taken place revealed that he had an unlikely friendship with the victim

Series Three

A young man disappears on a ferry crossing and a small boy ends up in intensive care.

DI Perez and his team are certain that both events are linked.

DI Perez is convinced that Maguire is implicated in the death of a young man discovered in a shipping container.

Perez and Tosh investigation leads them to Glasgow, where they hope to uncover the truth behind Magiures death.

Perez discovers that the person responsible for Robbie and Michael's deaths is closer to home than he had thought.

Series Four

The fourth series of BBC detective drama saw the release of Tommy Malone, a local man imprisoned 23 years ago for the murder of local teenager Lizzie Kilmuir.

His conviction is overturned, with a ripple effect felt throughout the tight-knit local community.

DI Perez has to reopen the investigation into the 1994 death of local teenager Lizzie Kilmuir.

Perez is on the trail of the attacker and Tosh investigates an oil company in the hunt for Sally’s killer.

DNA testing in the Kilmuir case gives some surprising results.

Perez questions Donna about the DNA results, Tosh arrives in Norway in search of Andreas Hagan and an unexpected twist leads Perez and Tosh into the world of the Norwegian far right.

Ignoring the Norwegian secret services warnings to the contrary, Perez andTosh track down Mathias Soderland.

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Series Five

The fifth series saw Perez investigate the murder of young Nigerian man Daniel and the disappearance of his sister Zezi after a severed hand washed up on Shetland beach.

Perez began to suspect that a human trafficking gang on the island was responsible for killing Daniel and kidnapping Zezi.

His main suspects – the Hayes family – were shortly afterwards found murdered in their home, with only one surviving family member left for dead.

Series 6

Season six saw the return of a familiar face: Donna Killick, who (back in season four) was revealed to be a murderer after Jimmy Perez reopened the cold case murder of teenager Lizzie Kilmuir.

Donna returned home to Shetland on compassionate grounds, after she was diagnosed with cancer while in prison.

However, things took a turn when she convinced Duncan to help her die by suicide before she could be transferred back to prison, which he did by mixing all her medicine into her mug of hot chocolate for her.

Donna tried to frame Duncan as she told her lawyer ahead of her death that Duncan had pressured her to die.

The episode ended in Duncan confessing and telling his side of the story to save Jimmy's career but this backfired and Jimmy was arrested in the final moments of the episode.

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