Episodes (4)

Episode #1.1
S01E01 · Episode #1.1

Aug 08, 2017

Driven to desperate measures, nurse Cath Hardacre assumes the identity of her best friend, an A&E doctor, and finds work in a struggling emergency department.

Episode #1.2
S01E02 · Episode #1.2

Aug 15, 2017

Cath finds herself falling for Andy and wonders how can she keep hold of the perfect man when she is living a lie. An encounter with someone from her past threatens to expose her secret.

Episode #1.3
S01E03 · Episode #1.3

Aug 22, 2017

Following his discovery, Andy has a decision to make. A fatal error at work backs Ally into a corner - does she protect her identity or fall further into the lie?

Episode #1.4
S01E04 · Episode #1.4

Aug 29, 2017

Ally's personal and professional lives start to fall apart as Karl, who is desperate to prove himself, arrives in Edinburgh.


Trust Me Season 1 (2017) is released on Aug 08, 2017 and the latest season 2 of Trust Me is released in 2019. Watch Trust Me online - the English Drama TV series from United Kingdom. Trust Me is directed by John Alexander,Amy Neil and created by Dan Sefton with Jodie Whittaker and Emun Elliott. Trust Me is available online on Hulu and Amazon Video.

Cath Hardacre is a hardworking and skilled nurse who loses her job for whistle-blowing and is forced to take drastic measures to provide for her daughter. Out of desperation, Cath seizes the opportunity to steal her best friend's identity as a senior doctor and start a new life in Edinburgh. Burying herself deeper and deeper in the imposter persona, she realises she could get everything she ever wanted - but with her old life threatening to destroy her fragile creation, how far will she go to protect it?

As know as:

Trust Me, Confía en mí, Bízz bennem, Voit luottaa minuun, Stol på meg


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Red Production Company, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

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Sean O'Grady
Independent (UK)
The problems with this plot came teeming so hard into my head that I couldn't pay proper attention to the drama unfolding before me. The suspension of disbelief didn't come.
by rottentomatoes, Dec 27, 2017
Ed Power
Daily Telegraph (UK)
Trust Me was certainly incident-packed. However, the suspense never quite soared to the anticipated pressure- cooker levels.
by rottentomatoes, Aug 23, 2017
Sam Wollaston
t's not the subtlest or most nuanced of hospital dramas; it's straightforward and well-signposted almost to the point of clunkiness. Closer to Casualty/Holby than Jed Mercurio's dark, masterly Bodies.
by rottentomatoes, Aug 23, 2017

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