BBC Four confirms series two of I Know Who You Are transmission date

NB: SPOILERS INSIDE There was mild-to-medium consternation when BBC Four decided to not show the second part – series? – of the sensational Spanish crime drama, I Know Who You Are. Although the series was commissioned as a two-part series in its native Spain, it was shown as one, long 16-part series. Instead, the BBC…

I Know Who You Are to return for second series later this year

If you’ve been reading my reviews of Spanish series I Know Who You Are, you’ll know I’ve been quite taken by it all. Of course it’s flawed and daft, and beggars belief sometimes, but I’ve enjoyed the pace, the brazen commitment to telling what is an ultra high-concept story, and the characters – no one…

Review: I Know Who You Are (S1 E7&8/10), Saturday 5th August, BBC4

I’m still trying to catch up with stuff after a bit of a break, and I really had to dig back into this fantastic Spanish series – I’ve really enjoyed it so far and have been totally swept up in its roller-coaster plot, breakneck pace and multi-layered characters. Yes, it’s daft; yes, it’s convoluted; and…

Review: I Know Who You Are (S1 E5&6/10), Saturday 29th July, BBC4

This fantastic, helter-skelter series continued with two more episodes tonight, once again taking us down new avenues of enquiry, presenting new suspects and uncovering yet more layers of familial intrigue and hidden character layers. In fact, that seems to be the main theme of this series – identity, and how it shifts and changes after…

EXCLUSIVE Interview: Aida Folch, I Know Who You Are

BBC4’s Spanish thriller I Know Who You Are is a sensational helter-skelter thrill ride of a series and, as we’re approaching episodes five and six, we’re still none the wiser as to whether lawyer Juan Elías is suffering from amnesia or not or whether he has murdered his niece, Ana Saura. The series – Sé…

Review: I Know Who You Are (S1 E3&4/10), Saturday 22nd July, BBC4

Apologies for the delay in posting this, but it has been a busy weekend up at Harrogate for the Theakstons Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival. While much carousing was had during the weekend I did manage to watch episodes three and four of I Know Who You Are earlier in the week, but didn’t get…

Review: I Know Who You Are (S1 E1&2/10), Saturday 15th July, BBC4

BBC Four has had a bit of mixed bag of a year when it has come to foreign crime drama – Cardinal was workmanlike but watchable, and has been the channel’s only real crime drama of note in 2017. Walter Presents and Netflix have been much more prolific so far. But we’re entering what broadcasters…

BBC Four acquires Spanish crime drama I Know Who You Are

Regardless of the fact that  Walter Presents is going great guns at the moment and there are other channels to watch foreign-language crime drama on, nothing quite beats the Saturday-9pm-slot on BBC Four. There’s still a lot to be said for tuning in once a week to follow a story (linear style, how old fashioned)…