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Kevin (Probably) Saves The World: #1.12
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Release: 19 Jan 2016 (ABC)
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The Long Way Round / Made in Italy
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Directed by: James Strong (season 1,2), Euros Lyn (season 1)
Script by: Chris Chibnall (season 1, 2)
Status: Season 2 premiere: 5.01.2015, ITV, UK
Genre: Crime Drama
Runtime: 8 episodes (60 min)
Production Studio: Kudos Film and Television, Imaginary Friends, Independent Television (ITV)
Co-Stars: Olivia Colman, David Tennant, Jodie Whittaker
Role: Lee Ashworth
DI Hardy accused Lee of the murder of two girls in Sandbrook, but the trial collapsed and Lee walked free. He's now ominously hanging around Broadchurch...
Plot: Set in a small village on the Dorset coast, series 1 centres on one criminal case (the death of an eleven-year-old boy), and the search for the murderer by detectives Alec Hardy and Ellie Miller. Series 2 follows the trial of the alleged killer and returns to DI Hardy's former case, Sandbrook murders.
Trailer (Season 2)
Series 2 episode list:
Episode 1: When Jo Miller pleads not guilty, the town of Broadchurch have to prepare for a full trial. Meanwhile, a woman called Claire from the Sandbrook case relies on Alec for protection (5.01.2015).
Episode 2: A new development in Joe Miller's trial surprises the court. Alec and Ellie set up a meeting between Claire and Lee Ashworth, with consequences to everyone involved (12.01.2015).
Episode 3: Hardy faces a race against time as Ellie discovers a startling new piece of evidence, forcing them to reassess their suspicions. Meanwhile, with DS Miller coming under intense pressure from all sides, life for Mark and Beth is about to change for ever (19.01.2015).
Episode 4: Hardy is annoyed when being questioned about Ashworth's return. Claire disobeys Hardy's instructions not to see Ashworth. A former Broadchurch resident returns (26.01.2015).
Episode 5: Miller's son wants to give evidence at his father's trial. Miller helps Alec with his old unsolved murder case (2.02.2015).
Episode 6: Tom takes the stand. Jocelyn receives double bad news. Hardy and Ellie find evidence to connect Pippa to Ashworth and Claire (9.02.2015).
Episode 7: The final arguments are made in Joe Miller's trial. Hardy and Ellie follow-up on new evidence. Another one of Claire's secrets comes to light (16.02.2015).
Episode 8: The fate of Joe Miller is decided. Alec and Ellie close the Sandbrook murder case (23.02.2015).
Trivia & Facts:
Details about the new characters and the plot of season 2 episodes are being kept under wraps in order to preserve the surprise for viewers.
The secrecy surrounding the conclusion of the first series was well-noted. Olivia Colman confirmed in an interview with Graham Norton that only four cast members knew the identity of the murderer during filming.
The first season was a huge success for ITV (from 7 380 000 to 8 630 000 viewers per episode).
The Fox Broadcasting Network produced a remake of Broadchurch for US audiences to air in the 2014–15 season, called Gracepoint.
Film Location: Portishead, Clevedon, Somerset; West Bay, Dorset; Bristol (England)
Awards & Nominations (series 1):
BAFTA Awards 2014 (Best Drama Series, Best Leading Actress, Best Supporting Actor)
Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2014 (Best Actress, Writer's Award)
Televisual Bulldog Awards, UK 2014 (Best Drama)
Quotes from the film:
Lee is shaping up to be a brilliant character – with D’Arcy eschewing the posh boy parts he often plays to deliver a performance of real cockney menace and intensity -- Ben Dowell, RadioTimes
James D’Arcy and Eve Myles again prove themselves as worthy additions to the cast. D’Arcy (Hitchcock, Secret Diary of a Call Girl) as Lee Ashworth, has a strong, brooding presence that works well in his macho posturing with Tennant’s DI Hardy -- Dale Cowan, Cult Box