The award winning and critically-acclaimed crime drama returns for another series of dark, gripping murder mystery investigations. In the six stories, DSI Boyd and his Cold Case Squad enter the visceral worlds of international terrorism, private military contractors, the penal system and sex offenders, Navajo rituals, people trafficking and neo Nazi politics to close more previously unsolved cases. Boyd's son, missing for seven years, also makes a surprise reappearance.]]>
Waking the Dead: Season 7
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No subtitles other than Dutch ones.
Otherwise good quality.
The two (2) episodes in two (2) parts on each of the three (3) discs in Season Seven (7), as always, were highly intense and with unforeseen, by me, outcomes. I really enjoyed season seven (7) of "Waking the Dead" finding it so very well acted, written and directed.
The leader of the Investigative team of "cold cases" that usually have tie-ins with current murders is DSI Boyd (brilliantly acted by Trevor Eve) who is particularly cranky, short-tempered and bossy this season mainly due to the appearance of his "long lost" son. Thank god, Grace (wonderfully acted by Sue Johnston) is on hand to calm and to "ground" him. His "support" team consisting of a pathologist (she's very astute with a severe smokeing habit) and two (2) other investigators (both greatly acted; with hunky Spence, wonderfully acted by Wil Johnson, being a standout) all of them are not afraid to show their expertise in their field and often go "toe to toe" in disagreements with their leader--certainly that is one of the reasons that I have always loved this very fine British Murder/mystery series.
All-in-all, I really enjoyed Season Seven (7) of BBC's "Waking the dead" (there are some really nasty cases involving horrific murders,terrorism, brutal Neo-Nazis, racism, many war-time atrocities, severed heads, Aids, child abuse, homophobia, etc.) I truly found each episode very exciting and mysterious putting me "on the edge of my seat". By the way, Season Seven (7) has a very emotional ending.
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This series keeps your interest, each episode is in two parts which allows for development of the story and characters.Published 9 months ago by Jak Nv
The series is good. Its no one's fault if the main character is a egomaniac!!Published 9 months ago by Faye Olson
I love this series, and Season 7 is no exception. Highly recommended.Published 11 months ago by Deborah G.
always love the series and storyline even with characters get killed offPublished 23 months ago by storm