Passenger is a comedically inclined, yet dark and supernatural drama series that manages to succeed on all levels – which is no mean feat. To mark its launch, beginning on ITV on March 24 – we had the pleasure in speaking to both its creator, and three of its leading stars. Below you can watch our full interview with Wunmi Mosaku, Jo Hartley, Arian Nik & Andrew Buchan, as we discuss the tonality of the series, their karaoke songs – and drinking tea.

Watch the full interview with Wunmi Mosaku, Jo Hartley, Arian Nik & Andrew Buchan here:


In the small Northern village of Chadder Vale, a close-knit community is sent spinning on its axis following a series of strange and unnatural crimes. After arriving there five years ago, Former Met Police Detective Riya Ajunwa has been searching for that ‘one big crime’, that one challenge that will make her feel alive again. Then one night local girl, Katie Wells is mysteriously abducted. Her car is found abandoned and there are traces of blood on the seats. But the village barely has time to register Katie’s disappearance before she reappears the next day, safe and sound. The rest of the villagers ask few questions and life resumes as normal. But for Riya, a relative outsider to the Chadder Vale way of life, none of this sits right. As a series of strange happenings and increasingly horrific crimes start unfolding within the village, the residents start resorting to short-sighted theories and blaming outside influences. Riya fights hard to convince the villagers that all is not as it seems. And before long she is drawn into a universe unlike anything she has ever seen.

Passenger began on ITV on March 24