Viewers will have the chance to help Sun Hill’s finest solve a crime when the series presents� a dramatic three-part special in November which will see cops at Sun Hill will undertake a massive investigation when a high profile politician and a respected religious leader are gunned down at a ‘Rock Against Racism’ concert. �
In an unprecedented move, viewers will be able to seek out clues and build on the evidence revealed on-screen by visiting the dedicated website: www.thebill.com after each episode.
They will be able to sift through unseen CCTV and mobile ‘phone footage on www.youtube.com/999thebill and view the fictional websites mentioned in the storyline gathering data for their virtual interactive incident room which will go live at the end of the first episode. Viewers will be given the opportunity to follow up and eliminate any theories being pursued by Heaton and his team.
Executive Producer, Johnathan Young commented, “We are driving home the interactive element to this fantastic three-parter and ‘The Bill’ are always looking at new ways of using new media to promote various storylines. This is the first time viewers can utilise ‘The Bill’s’ website and other fictional sites to create their very own virtual incident room seek out and gather extra clues which have not been� seen on screen. ‘The Bill’ will be continuing to use the interactive element for future storylines in the coming months.”