Innocent Series 2 TV Review


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Good Morning Lovelies, 

Starting where the original series left off, Innocent Series Two, hooks you in from the get go. With a powerful performance from Katherine Kelly, the four episodes play out like a stage show that you won’t forget easily. Especially when you can watch them over and over again, as they are released on DVD, Blu-Ray and digitally from today.

Kelly’s return as teacher, Sally Wright, sees the actress put to the test. Setting foot in the dock, during the opening scenes, you wonder as a viewer how much she has had a part in the murder of one of her pupils. A male student, who she became very close too.

Not happy with the outcome, she battles to clear her name and find the real murderer. But as the police work to uncover the truth, it becomes a web of uncertainty that only watching one episode right after the other can solve.

With many murder mysteries, viewers are given moments of unneeded footage. This isn’t the case here. Every single moment, line and performance is needed. Kelly being the best of the bunch by far. There is a strength to the script that many TV shows lack after the first episode. This keeps you watching until the very end. Begging for more when the final credits role.

Although it is uncertain whether another series will be made, it is wanted. Badly. The team behind it have made a refreshing crime drama that will stand the test of time for ITV and viewers alike. Binge all the episodes now, catch up and then spend all the time you can begging for more. You will want it.

4 Stars

Joey X

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