Following three successful seasons, Unforgotten season 4 is back on our screens but where was the new series filmed?

Since its premiere in 2015, the crime drama series Unforgotten has thrown viewers into a world of danger and mystery alongside London detective duo DCI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker) and DI Sunny Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar). 

The show follows the two London detectives and their work solving cold disappearance and murder cases.

Unforgotten returns for a much-anticipated fourth season but where exactly was the ITV series filmed?

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Unforgotten Season 4 on ITV

Unforgotten season 4 starts on ITV on Monday, February 22nd at 9 pm.

The first episode will see Cassie and Sunny investigate a case of a dismembered body that has been stored in a domestic freezer for 30 years.

There are six episodes in total and the show will air until March 29th every Monday evening on ITV.

Where is Unforgotten season 4 filmed?

Unforgotten season 4 is set across different locations across the country, from outer London suburbs to the south coast of England.

Part of the award-winning ITV drama was filmed at Morrisons’ car park in Knight Road, Strood, Kent in February 2020.

Meanwhile, other scenes took place in the Derbyshire spa town Buxton and Bracknell’s Town Square.

Some of London’s filming locations include Greenwich and Tower Hamlets, a London borough located in East London.

Unforgotten writer Chris Lang previously revealed that filming started in early 2020 before they had to stop because of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Filming of Unforgotten’s fourth season resumed in September last year.

Other filming locations

Several Unforgotten fans have shared videos and images from filming locations of the latest series.

One person revealed that some scenes were filmed in Portsmouth in September 2020.

Another Twitter user said that an office space next to theirs was used as a filming location as well.

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