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"Great crime series"—NPR's Weekend Edition
"Intricately plotted, gripping" —The Seattle Times
Created by PRIME SUSPECT's Lynda La Plante
“Murder, lies, loyalty, and romance” —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Leading New Scotland Yard’s Murder Review Team has Commander Clare Blake feeling trapped in her office. Eager to get back to investigative work, Blake welcomes a transfer to the Homicide and Serious Crime division, where she’s assigned to a slate of difficult cases. Ambitious, imperious, and dedicated, Blake keeps her private life separate from her work—until two deeply personal crimes threaten everything she has worked for.
Amanda Burton (Silent Witness) returns as Blake in these compelling mysteries from award-winning writer Lynda La Plante. Mark Lewis Jones (The Other Boleyn Girl) costars as DCI Doug James. Guest stars include Greg Wise (Sense & Sensibility), James D’Arcy (Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World), Celia Imrie (Bridget Jones’s Diary), and Simon Williams (Upstairs, Downstairs).). "
Commander set 1 was borderline good, but with unbelievable behavior of a senior police officer.
In set 2 the main character, the commander, was very different from the... Read more
Like a B movie. Season 1was great. this is like looney tunes. Total disaster in the screenwriting
The acting was second rate and that's being generous
its not as good as season one, both in story and acting, I would not buy it knowing what I now now.Published on April 27, 2013 by L
This is a wonderful series. Buy it, see it and enjoy it. It again proves the Brits have character studies and we have shockPublished on February 2, 2013 by Kenneth Hoglund
Did not like plot.did not think it plausible. Did not find the characters interesting or entertaining.It was a waste of good actors.Published on January 14, 2013 by Cleo Schacker
All things Lynda La Plante are excellent and intense! Amanda Burton is a very fine actress and we enjoy her portraits so much. Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by Fred