TITLE

ITV Network: 'Vincent'

AUTHOR(S)
Black, Alison
PUB. DATE
November 2005
SOURCE
Marketing (00253650);11/9/2005, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article focuses on ITV Network's television program Vincent. For those too highbrow to indulge in ITV dramas, Vincent is ITV1's four-part detective drama starring the excellent Ray Winstone as private investigator Vincent Gallagher. Vincent has been a strong contender in ITV's autumn schedule, teaming gruff Ray Winstone with intrepid former Coronation Street star Suranne Jones. The show has attracted a significant number of women viewers. The ad ends with a woman's voice giving simple viewing details and mentioning the show's sponsor, cleverly maximising its exposure, although the author found this slightly detracted from the ad.
ACCESSION #
18918271

 

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