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With the prime minister in trouble, Peter makes a shocking announcement to the nation. Is this the end for him or the start of something new?

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The gloves are off, and Peter and Dawn have a frank conversation about recent events — and the state of their careers.

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Get a closer, inside look at the world of Roadkill and how it was brought to life, with insights from Hugh Laurie, David Hare and more.

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Peter's family gathers at their home for an inquisition, including his globetrotting older daughter, Susan.

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Peter is the defendant at the family dinner table. As friends, family, employees, and even a dead person turn against him, he follows his motto: “keep moving forward.”

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After the court case has been won, a mystery woman approaches Rochelle with some new information about Peter Laurence.

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Promoted to justice minister, Peter deals with a prison riot, an angry daughter, and alarming contacts from a stranger. Meanwhile, an unknown threat looms abroad.

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Hugh Laurie and Helen McCrory discuss the complex relationship between Peter and Dawn, and the dangerous game they are playing.

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Duncan fills his boss Peter in on some shocking information he's just received.

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Hugh Laurie stars as the scandalous Peter Laurence in Roadkill, premiering Sunday, Nov. 1 at 9/8c on MASTERPIECE on PBS.

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Ambition knows no bounds, nor does corruption in an all-new political thriller starring Hugh Laurie as Peter Laurence, a self-made man who has risen to the heights of the British government in Roadkill premiering on November 1 at 9/8c.

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