Vote for your favourite crime dramas of 2016

olafur-darri-ofaerdOK, so we’ve had our say and now it’s your turn. Putting lists together is always fun, but what’s also fun is discussing the aftermath and letting you have your say on your favourites. We obviously voted Trapped as the best of the bunch this year, but you might have different ideas. So, after the jump there’s a poll, where you can vote for your favourites.

The important thing is that you tell us what we missed off if you feel we missed something off – would you have voted for Sherlock? Or The Fall? Or what about The People v OJ? How about Wallander, or Ripper Street, or Bosch? Would you have voted for Peaky Blinders or The Night Manager?

I think this whole exercise demonstrates just what a quality haul we’ve had this year, and much of there has been.

Anyway, here’s the poll – and remember, if your favourite isn’t on the list, drop it in the comments.

For The Killing Times’ Best Crime Drama Of 2016: Part One, 15-11, go here

For The Killing Times’ Best Crime Drama Of 2016: Part Two, 10-6, go here

For The Killing Times’ Best Crime Drama Of 2016: Part Three, 5-1, go here

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Both Witness for the Prosecution and National Treasure deserve special mention for the quality of production and performance by Andrea Riseborough!

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    1. Paul Hirons says:

      Agreed, Barbara. She was utterly sensational in both!

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  2. Olegg says:

    Well, it’s definetely Trapped (or may be Missing), of course. But where is Jack Taylor? It’s the solid third.

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  3. PKCox says:

    I’m surprised Witness for the Prosecution and National Treasure didn’t garner votes!

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    1. Paul Hirons says:

      Ah, it’s all subjective PK – that’s why I like to open things up and ask the readers what they enjoyed.

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      1. PKCox says:

        Very true, Paul! But it looks like there was a coalescence around Trapped, just like The Killing. I haven’t been able to see a lot of what’s on offer here yet because I’m in America but I have a special place in my heart for Y Gwyll/Hinterland! I loved your reviews of Witness for the Prosecutuon and National Treasure, so I’m going to get my hands on those as soon as possible.

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