Review: Save Me (S1 E4/6), Wednesday 21st March, Sky Atlantic

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The first three episodes of this excellent urban noir have careered from one thing to the other, the other being a dark-as-night story of a potential paedophile ring in south London. We saw this storyline developing in episode three, and now, as the final half of the series begins, we were fully thrown down into the rabbit hole and to a hell of no return. The only question is: will Nelly, Claire and Jody come out of the other side? Actually, will we come out of the other side unscathed? Continue reading

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BBC confirms Ordeal By Innocence transmission date

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It was supposed to be the third in Sarah Phelps’ Agatha Christie adaptations, aired over Christmas as a seasonal treat. But it wasn’t to be. Thanks to an accusation of historical sexual assault levelled at US star, Ed Westwick. Westwick’s part was re-shot with Christian Cooke taking over. And now we’re delighted to say that Ordeal by Innocence won’t be a Christmas treat – it’s going to be something special for Easter.

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Review : Before We Die (S1 E9/10), Tuesday 20th March, Channel 4

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Returning after a little break thanks to the Winter Paralympics, Before We Die returned this week to bring us the penultimate episode in the season. Revelations well and truly abound, loyalties are tested to the limit, plotlines make absolutely no sense, characters are double then triple-crossed and somewhere on the Baltic Sea there is a submarine filled with heroin chugging toward Sweden that’s going to cause everybody a headache.

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