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PremierLeague-News.Com - DSI Cassie Stuart and DI Sunny Khan have found themselves at the head of another gory murder investigation
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! If (deep breath) Marcella, The Bay, Bloodlands, Finding Alice and The Pembrokeshire Murders haven’t sated your hunger for a TV whodunnit, you’ll be glad that ITV’s longstanding procedural Unforgotten has returned after a two-year break. If, on the other hand, you’ve already reached your crime drama quota for the year, you’re probably exhausted by the various deaths and resulting investigations.We caught up with former policing partners DSI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker, whose moody performance is a delight as usual) and DI Sunny Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar) separately. Since we last saw her, Stuart had retired from the police on medical grounds, deciding the unsavoury work of a homicide detective had taken too great a toll on her mental health. While she was tending to her father, who suffers with dementia, and arguing with her husband about money, Khan was called to a scrapyard, where a headless and handless body had been found in a freezer.i's TV newsletter: what you should watch nextEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.It wasn’t long before Stuart joined him – goaded back after discovering that she hadn’t reached the required hours to qualify for her pension. “I’ve got no bloody choice,” she spat – her reluctance is sure to crop up as a problem later in the series.
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. “Like putting a piece of meat in the freezer without wrapping it up,” explained a frank pathologist, as Khan pored over the body. But with its troubled cop, bunker-room briefings and the inevitable twist ending there was little to distinguish it from any other murder mystery on TV (aside from the legendary Sheila Hancock, who stole the show in her two minutes as a bed-bound grandmother).All good detective shows have a penny-drop moment and this one – in which the five new characters we had been introduced to were revealed to be friends with the decapitated man in the freezer – was enough to secure my attention for at least another week. After that, the show will have to work twice as hard to keep me watching – there are plenty of other crime dramas on, you know.
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