The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video
The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video – A woman keeps waking up every night at exactly 3.33 AM, in the middle of the so-called devil’s hour between 3AM and 4AM, for seemingly no reason.
A social worker and a mother to her strangely detached son Isaac, Lucy Chambers keeps getting deja-vu, and visions of things that have never happened.
The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video – At the same time, police are investigating a seemingly random chain of murders that somehow connect to Lucy and her son Isaac.
Peter Capaldi and Jessica Raine star in this gripping six-part psychological thriller. Lucy wakes every night at exactly 3:33am.
The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video – Nothing in her life has made sense for a long time. But the answers are out there, somewhere, at the end of a trail of brutal murders.
Storyline for The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video
A woman wakes up every night at exactly 3:33am, in the middle of the so-called devil’s hour between 3am and 4am.
Prime Video has made all six hour-long episodes of British limited series The Devil’s Hour available at once, and that just might mean you’ll need to carve out some binge time.
Jessica Raine (Call the Midwife, Becoming Elizabeth) stars as a woman wracked with hallucinations and dogged by awakening every night at 3:33am.
Her withdrawn young son sees people who aren’t there, there are murders happening, and how is she connected to a mysterious character played by the matchless Doctor Who vet Peter Capaldi.
Every night, Lucy wakes up at 3:33am. Her dreams, a mishmash of silhouettes, flames, and the suggestion of trauma, are certainly not settled.
But she also has the persistent sense that the time stamp is connected to something more significant.
Still, there’s work to be done and a life to be lived.
Her young son Isaac (Benjamin Chivers) is distant to the point of emotional absence, and their sessions with his seventh consecutive child psychologist are starting to drift back toward her own family history, which includes a dead father and a mother whose suicidal thoughts she swears were ruled out as being part of a schizophrenia diagnosis.
Lucy’s job is child protective services is demanding, and she’s very good at it, but lately she’s been experiencing confusing hallucinatory episodes there.
It worries her, even frightens her. But She pushes on.
Elsewhere, Detective Inspectors Ravi Dhillon (Nikesh Patel) and Nick Holness (Alex Ferns) are investigating the stabbing death of a man in his home. Dhillon, young and eager, nevertheless finds crime scenes queasy. He also experiences deja vu pretty frequently.
With only shreds of evidence to go on, the detectives follow a few leads that seem linked to an unsolved murder from a few years before.
How did Isaac react, his psychologist asks Lucy, when she split with her ex-husband Mike (Phil Dunster of Ted Lasso)?
But that’s just it.
He didn’t react.
He doesn’t react to anything, even shrugging off the bullying at his school. Isaac also imagines people; lately, it’s a girl named Meredith.
And as his withdrawn nature continues to weigh on her, Lucy finds herself dealing with feelings of inadequacy as a mother, which aren’t aided by her jarring dreams and increasingly tenuous mental state.
As the police investigation winds toward a solid suspect, Lucy is drawn to the case of a young mother being threatened by her husband.
But while she’s holding it together on the surface, she fears there’s a connection somewhere deeper, somewhere scarier, somewhere on the fringes of dissonance and displacement.
Episodes of The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video
Episodes of The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video 3:33
Lucy is trying to help her son Isaac who seems to be suffering an emotional disorder.
She’s also having nightmares that wake her the same time every night.
Meanwhile, DI Dhillon is investigating the murder of an elderly man in his home.
The Velveteen Rabbit
Lucy and Dr Bennett try hard to connect with Isaac, with little success, as his behaviour becomes more disturbing. DI Dhillon and DS Holness search desperately for the right Lucy Chambers, realizing too late they’re after the wrong target.
Episodes of The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video Tchaikovsky
Lucy and the police search frantically for Isaac.
Lucy visits Mrs Slade, making a discovery that sends the investigation in a shocking new direction.
Lucy’s mother does something amazing.
After the Storm
Lucy exploits her connection with Dhillon to track down an elusive teenager, worried he is being targeted by their prime suspect.
Episodes of The Devil’s Hour on Prime Video The Half of Ourselves We Have Lost
Following a tragic twist of fate, Dhillon teams up with Lucy to track down the mysterious stranger at the centre of the chaos.
With the suspect in custody, the answers to life’s mysteries are within Lucy’s reach. But will she believe them?