Readers, you were right.
Who could this Alistair Murray character be? He was found to cries of David Tennant shouting “of course, of course” to have been in email exchange with Danny, after police (finally) recovered his hard drive.
Broadchurch has established a pattern (much to some viewers’ dislike) of one slow-paced filler episode followed by one that dramatically furthers the plot. Last night’s episode was the latter.
Episode 5 of Broadchurch did not get much closer to a murderer, but instead spun out a storyline full of sad reflections.
Broadchurch is now halfway through the series. After a slower third episode last week where it took a whole hour to reveal that Mark Latimer was having his wicked way with Australian hotelier Becca Fisher, episode four was packed with unwinding threads.
It’s been a week since Danny died and the police came close to finding a suspect in episode three, but not close enough.
It’s hotting up on the windy Dorset cliffs, some might say a bit too much. While the first episode was well paced, believable and beautifully lit, last night’s seemed to veer on the side of soap opera at times.
Interview with ‘Doctor Who’ star Peter Davison: ‘When I watch the show now I find myself asking my children what’s going on’
Best known for playing the fifth incarnation of the Time Lord and more recently for his role in ‘Law and Order: UK’, Peter Davison spoke to Neela Debnath at this year’s Sci-Fi Weekender about his time on the show, discussing the Doctor with his son-in-law David Tennant and watching the new series.
David Tennant is back on the box in Broadchurch. His beard isn’t exactly befitting of a Deputy Inspector but it does mark a whole new post-Doctor Who era.
Towards the end of last year Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat said that the Time Lord could be embarking on a big screen outing someday. What would fans like to see in a Doctor Who film?
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