It’s murder out on the streets of Boston.
“You come at the king, you best not miss.”
Fairy meets boy, solves murder.
This is the North – and we do what we want!
There’s been a murrrrder.
The BSU boys are back in town.
The Bridge does Deutschland.
Get your trousers on, you’re nicked!
Wild Bill reached the end of it’s debut season this week with little fanfare, having crawled to its conclusion with barely two million viewers still hanging on for the ride – comfortably surpassed by ITV’s regular late afternoon fare like The Chase. Whether it’s dire numerical performance impacts the chance of optioning a second series…
As Wild Bill reaches the end of its debut run, the slowly increasing quality of each passing episode in its latter half has certainly improved its chances of being picked up for a second season. This week’s episode was penned by Melissa Bubnic and directed by Annie Griffin, both who have scant form in the…
It’s struggled to find its tone and struggled to hold an audience, but this week Wild Bill found a particular groove and was all the better for it. Whilst previous episodes lurched awkwardly from light to dark sometimes within the same scene, this time the narrative was consistently dour throughout and seemed to benefit the…
The German time-travel crime drama returns.