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AN acclaimed BBC drama is returning to screens this month after a string of rave reviews.

However, it’s not too late for you to catch up if you haven’t had a chance to watch the first series, as it’s available on BBC iPlayer.

An acclaimed BBC drama is returning to screens this month after a string of rave reviewsCredit: BBC
Blue Lights will return on April 15 and has already been recommissioned for another two seriesCredit: BBC
Casualty legend Derek Thompson has joined the cast for the second seriesCredit: BBC

Blue Lights follows three rookie police officers working with the PSNI in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The first series aired this time last year, and its second outing is set to return to BBC One on Monday, April 15 at 9pm.

It’s a show worth investingin if you haven’t already, as not only did the first series receive rave …

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