I really enjoyed it, particularly the twist at the end with Nadia. My wife thought it was not as gripping as she hoped. As always there are so many unanswered questions.
What are your thoughts?
It was maybe a little bit too conveniently wrapped up, the way his boss Craddock just immediately owned up to everything. Also, Home Sec Travis seemed to get away with everything while co-conspirator Hunter-Dunn took the fall... but I suppose not all the bad guys get their comeuppance. Plus I hear talk of a series 2 so he may yet get his.
Writer Jed Mercurio has a knack of producing over-the-top dramas that nevertheless hook you in. I remember getting addicted to Cardiac Arrest in the 90s, a very gritty medical drama drawn from his experiences as an NHS doctor. And the first thing I ever saw Helen Baxendale in, who I had a bit of a thing about then, in her role of Dr Claire Maitland.