There’s a little bit going on this week, not least next Sunday’s no-doubt thrilling finale to series four of Line Of Duty. Elsewhere, Stephen Graham pops up in the dramatised true crime story, Little Boy Blue, which should be harrowing and painful to watch. Everything else? As you were!
If you celebrate it, happy Easter to all our readers. There are some must-watches this week, namely the series finale of Broadchurch, to get stuck into. Line Of Duty continues, and there’s a brand new four-part series on Channel 4 – starring Romola Garai and Daniel Mays – called Born To Kill, which is worth a watch. Enjoy!
Both British heavyweights, Line Of Duty and Broadchurch, continue to rumble on this week, as does Hinterland and Midnight Sun. The biggest new thing of the week is the Easter special of Maigret on ITV – Night At The Crossroads – which should give is something if we should need it on the holiday. Other than that, it’s as you were this week. Enjoy!
It’s pretty much as you were this week – Line Of Duty, Broadchurch and Midnight Sun all bubble away – but Hinterland starts back up on BBC One Wales (it’ll go to BBC Four after that). We’ve already covered this series when it appeared on S4C last year (go here to read spoiler-heavy reviews). Elsewhere, The Team, Vera and Prime Suspect 1973 close out their series. What’s that I hear? Cheering at the back?
It’s pretty much as you were this week. I’ve decided I’m not going to be posting up any synopsis for Line Of Duty, if only because each episode is so twisty and turny. I don’t want to give anything away! Elsewhere, Broadchurch, and Midnight Sun continue, while Fortitude and Follow The Money come to a close. Look out for Norwegian series Eyewitness on Channel 4. Enjoy!
It’s as you were this week, with new episodes of Broadchurch, Midnight Sun, Fortitude and Vera and the like, except for one major addition – the start of series four of Line Of Duty. This time around Thandie Newton steps into the shoes of the person who’s being investigated by AC-12, but as ever you’re never quite sure of her guilt or innocence and we all know that this will take on quite the rollercoaster ride over its six episodes. Enjoy!
This week sees the start of one of the more anticipated crime dramas of the year – French/Swedish effort, Midnight Sun. Set in the Sami communities in northern Sweden we’ve heard very good things about it and can’t wait to dig in. Elsewhere, Broadchurch continues apace, while SS-GB comes to a conclusion. Enjoy!