Broadchurch returns (and wow, just WOW!)

Broadchurch second season began last week and wow, it was spectacular! After an amazing first season (and a not so amazing Gracepoint), I was worried that the season two premiere would feel flat, but it was far from it. Warning… SPOILERS ahead…

Broadchurch-season-2

The story picks up a few months after the events of the first season, with the Latimer’s coping and the town moving forward. With Miller out of town and her son Tom not wanting to see her and with Hardy (in a house finally), out of duty, but still somehow working. And then the bomb drops: Joe Miller pleads “not guilty” and his case goes to trial, driving everyone to despair.

Meanwhile, while we try to understand if Joe is actually innocent or just don’t want to go to jail, we learn that Hardy has been protecting a key witness in the Sandbrook case, meet the defense and the prosecution on Joe Miller’s case and the main suspect in the Sandbrook case.

Can’t wait for the next episode!!!

2 thoughts on “Broadchurch returns (and wow, just WOW!)

  1. Ben says:

    Next episode was just as good if not better. I love that it isn’t a new case that has implausibly forced the detectives back together but is a continuation of such a huge story. Can’t see there being a third season though?!

    • MyTinyObsessions says:

      I loved episode 2, what a shock! Regarding a possible third season, I guess it depends on what happens in the next few weeks, mainly how they resolve Sandbrook and on whether Joe is convicted or not.

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