After being left destroyed by the chaos that had followed Jim and his alcoholic alter ego Jack Devlin, Tin Star Season 2 picks up with the unlikely hero cut off in the remote Rockies wilderness with his grieving and shell-shocked family struggling to come to terms with their ordeal. Seeking refuge from her own parents, Anna is taken in by the God-fearing Nickel family, and hidden with the Ammonites – a religious community close to Little Big Bear. However, the peaceful prairie family are harboring secrets of its own and it’s not long before Anna is forced to seek her father’s help, as an altogether more hellish threat emerges. If Jim is to find a way to save his family, atone for his sins he must form an uneasy alliance in the battle for forgiveness.
Set against the stunning backdrop of the Canadian Rockies in the idyllic but troubled town of Little Big Bear, Tin Star unleashes a cinematic, sometimes blackly comic, thrill ride of a story. At the heart of the show is a virtuoso performance from Tim Roth, who plays Jim Worth – an expat British police chief who has come to Canada to start a new life. However, his much-longed-for peace and tranquillity is shattered when a family member is brutally murdered in a horrifying act of seemingly random violence. This one moment unleashes the demon of his dark alcoholic past as Worth embarks on a path of bloody vengeance, setting in motion a lethal chain of events with devastating consequences for those caught up in the wreckage of his former life