Casualty trailer offers first look at Iain Dean's return & Connie's replacement

Chris Edwards
·2-min read
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Photo credit: BBC

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Casualty spoilers follow.

Casualty has offered a first look at Iain Dean's return to the BBC medical drama, while Connie Beauchamp's replacement has also been revealed.

On Friday (March 12), the show released its spring 2021 trailer, giving fans a glimpse of what's to come in the next few months, including the return of some familiar faces.

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At the top of the trailer, we get our first look at Michael Stevenson back in the role of Iain Dean, who will quickly become embroiled in a troubling new storyline for Jan (Di Botcher).

As previously revealed, the returning paramedic will catch Jan doing something illegal to protect her son, Ross.

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Photo credit: BBC

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"You need to tell me exactly what's going on, because I'm not sure I can keep quiet about this," he tells Jan in the trailer, before warning Ross to keep him and his mum out of trouble.

Elsewhere, it's revealed that returning nasty man Ciaran Coulson will be taking over from Connie (Amanda Mealing), after she left her position as the department's Clinical Lead.

At the very end of the trailer, we see Ciaran menacingly stroll into the hospital before declaring: "You know it's always such a pleasure coming here, it really is."

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Photo credit: BBC

Ciaran made his mark on the medical drama back in 2019, when he was introduced as a new rival for Connie.

But in a new position of power, who will the villain set his sights on now?

Casualty continues this Saturday (March 13) on BBC One.

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