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    Season three has started here. I think this will be a good season. I wont say much more, as I dont want to spoil it
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    I just watched the first two episodes and I agree, FM - this looks like it'll be a good season. The actress playing Tricia is SO good. She's just breaking my heart. The scenes at the clinic in the first episode had me in tears. Excellent work from ALL of the actors.

    I like how they've started a new case, but we're still seeing some of the "old" people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    I just watched the first two episodes and I agree, FM - this looks like it'll be a good season. The actress playing Tricia is SO good. She's just breaking my heart. The scenes at the clinic in the first episode had me in tears. Excellent work from ALL of the actors.

    I like how they've started a new case, but we're still seeing some of the "old" people.
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    I watched all of the new season and didn't realize it was the last . I'll miss Hardy and Miller. I would have liked a little more closure for some of the characters but all in all a good season and series finale.
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    I forgot it was the final season until about halfway through the season when the preview for the next episode mentioned that the show was coming to an end. It's a bummer, but British series tend to have shorter runs. I sort of like that because the quality is usually higher when they have shorter seasons and fewer of them.

    I thought the ending was very good and wrapped up everyone's storylines nicely, at least to some degree. I'll miss the show, but I'd rather it end with me wanting more.
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    I am the new kid on the block when it comes to Broadchurch. We just got Netflix a couple of weeks ago, and I've been plopped in front of the TV watching wonderful stuff.

    I decided to watch Broadchurch because I'm interested in seeing Olivia Colman in some things before the next season of "The Crown" is released. She is amazing!!!

    Also - because I have a bit of focus problem (ADHD) - I tend to miss details that point out "whodunit." So I cheat. I peek. I found out halfway through Episode 2 who killed Danny. And I'm not sorry I did. Now I can watch for hints and details as we continue to watch. Mr. AZC even let me tell him who did it . . . he NEVER does that!

    We're off to see "The Greatest Showman" this morning. Then it's home to watch more episodes of Broadchurch!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZChristian View Post
    I am the new kid on the block when it comes to Broadchurch. We just got Netflix a couple of weeks ago, and I've been plopped in front of the TV watching wonderful stuff.

    I decided to watch Broadchurch because I'm interested in seeing Olivia Colman in some things before the next season of "The Crown" is released. She is amazing!!!

    Also - because I have a bit of focus problem (ADHD) - I tend to miss details that point out "whodunit." So I cheat. I peek. I found out halfway through Episode 2 who killed Danny. And I'm not sorry I did. Now I can watch for hints and details as we continue to watch. Mr. AZC even let me tell him who did it . . . he NEVER does that!

    We're off to see "The Greatest Showman" this morning. Then it's home to watch more episodes of Broadchurch!!!



    The first season was the best. I couldn't get into the second and third. I guessed Danny's killer during the funeral scene. My husband, who had already seen it, was amazed that I did.
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