London Kills Series Two Review


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Hey Lovelies, 

Airing on BBC One early Spring, London Kills added grit and drama to the afternoon slots that filled up our daytime TV. Back for a second series, the show is a tamer police drama, compared to the other BBC pieces we are used to, but that doesn’t make it any less of a success. One that you can now enjoy, as it comes out on DVD and digitally from today.

Focusing on the team looking to crackdown and convict an elite murder team, the show follows Detective Inspector David Bradford (Hugo Speer), as he leads the squad on their quest to protect London. With an exceptional cast, each episode provides solid scripts and stories. This afternoon police drama isn’t like Murder She Wrote. Oh no, the BBC has gone very edgy with this teatime feature.

From the discovery of a skeleton in a garden to the tragic death of a teenager, even though the show is aired when many will be eating their lunch, the creators haven’t held back. They have made it their mission to provide a series that will not only hot up your sandwich but give you something to talk about when you return to your desk.

It isn’t even the storylines and the solving of the murders that keep you most gripped, but also that of the characters you see throughout it. There is love, lies and testing times for them all. Something that makes it even more appealing.

Clever, slick and something new to enjoy during the afternoon. You will need Ready Steady Cook afterward to help calm you down because this is one show that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

4 Stars

Joey X

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