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Year of the Rabbit

Year of the Rabbit

6 Episodes

Detective Inspector Rabbit is a loud, brash, one-eyebrowed copper who shoots better when he drinks. He and his partners, a doofy rookie and a smart young woman trying to prove women can be cops, solve a murder and make a ruckus in Victorian London.

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Year of the Rabbit
  • Year of the Rabbit: Pilot

    Episode 1

    D.I. Rabbit's been chasing Victorian London's criminals for as long as he can remember but he's not as young as he was and his heart keeps stopping, so he's forced to investigate the murder of a cabaret girl with two new young partners.

  • Year of the Rabbit: Brick Man

    Episode 2

    D.I. Rabbit's been chasing Victorian London's criminals for as long as he can remember but he's not as young as he was and his heart keeps stopping, so he's forced to investigate the murder of a cabaret girl with two new young partners.

  • Year of the Rabbit: Gangs

    Episode 3

    Rabbit is excluded from his team's undercover investigation of youth gangs and sent to investigate a series of deaths at and old people's home, leading to him questioning if he is getting too old for police work.

  • Year of the Rabbit: Sniper

    Episode 4

    A mystery sniper is killing in London, and Rabbit has to protect a visiting Prince of Bulgaria. He also deals with the Prince's sister, his old sniper flame, and UK's latest novelty - the telephone. Lydia grooms Mabel for her organization.

  • Year of the Rabbit: Hostage

    Episode 5

    When a seemingly mad poisoner takes a group of young women hostage and threatens to release deadly gas if the police storms in, Rabbit must resolve the crisis before the female con he loves is executed for her crimes.

  • Year of the Rabbit: Framed Rabbit

    Episode 6

    Things are not looking good for Rabbit as it's clear he's been framed for murder - or committed a murder. Either way, he's on the run, but Strauss and Mabel refuse to believe he's guilty.