What's the story?

Psychological games between detectives and suspects in a tense interrogation room.

Have you been re-watching Line of Duty again?

Not quite. A new police procedural, Criminal, will launch on Netflix this Friday.

Tell me more.

The series is an ambitious project with 12 stories set across four countries and filmed in four languages. The action takes place exclusively within the confines of a police interview suite.

Billed as "a stripped down, cat-and-mouse drama", according to the blurb it will focus on the "intense mental conflict between the police officer and the suspect".

Happy Valley and Mr Selfridge star Katherine Kelly, who plays lead detective Hobbs, has described it as "psychological warfare".

The show is being tipped as one to watch for fans of Spiral, The Bridge, Mindhunter and Line of Duty.

Oooh. And the cast?

The UK episodes feature Kelly alongside Lee Ingleby and Rochenda Sandall – no strangers to police-themed dramas thanks to their respective roles in Line of Duty – with guest appearances from David Tennant and Hayley Atwell among others.

Where else is it set?

France, Germany and Spain.

How does that work?

There are three 45-minute episodes for each country with different cast and characters.

Worth a boxset binge?

Definitely. Clear your diary for next weekend.