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No Offence: Series 2
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The Friday Street Station returns to “shak[e] up the police drama” (The Independent, UK) in this award-winning series from legendary writer Paul Abbott (Shameless [UK], State of Play). In Series 2, vivacious DI Vivienne Deering (Joanna Scanlan, Notes on a Scandal) returns to work from bereavement leave after her husband’s death, but only Viv’s impulsive subordinate, DC Dinah Kowalska (Elaine Cassidy, Acceptable Risk), knows the brutal truth of what really happened to him. Then in her first week back, a bomb blast at a funeral plunges Deering and her team headfirst into a gang war inflamed by a crime family matriarch (Rakie Ayola, Sahara) who is just as ferocious as Deering herself.
With black humor and strong female characters, critics rave that “few cop shows extract this much entertainment” (The Daily Telegraph, UK). No Offence also stars Alexandra Roach (Iron Lady, Anna Karenina), Will Mellor (Broadchurch), Paul Ritter (Vera), Sarah Solemani (Bridget Jones’s Baby), and Felix Scott (Doc Martin).
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The first series was tragic for DI Viv Deering who is played by Joanna Scanlan, and the last episode was so far out. Now she returns, with her two mainstay detectives, DC Dinah Kowalska, played by Elaine Cassidy and DS Joy Freers, played by Alexandra Roach. In series two, we are dealing with a crime family deep into crime. In the first episode Viv accompanies the father of the crime family to his son’s funeral. All heck breaks loose, after a bomb goes off. DI Viv has her two colleagues who have welcomed her back. The rest of the episodes follow the detectives and their search for the truth of the crime fam8ly. One turn results in aother twist, and where you go is unsettling.
The writing is excellent, and the acting so superb and funny at times. The scripts are first rate. Some of the insidious deaths are so grotesque they are funny. It takes a good sense of humor to go forward.
Recommended. prisrob 10-01-18