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Sunday’s best TV: The Durrells; Grantchester; Line of Duty; The Island

22 April 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Two ITV favourites return, the mesmerising corruption drama approaches its endgame and Bear Grylls has some more volunteers for island torment.

A second series of the charming comedy-drama adapted from Gerald Durrell’s Corfu Trilogy. Gerry’s brothers have decided to grow moustaches; mum Louisa (Keeley Hawes) unexpectedly wakes up next to a sheep – although new arrival Hugh Jarvis (Daniel Lapaine), a dashing farmer, would much rather she woke up beside him instead; and boy-crazy Margo has decided she wants to become a nun. Meanwhile, an ecstatic Gerry has discovered some otter droppings … Ali Catterall

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The Missing: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three on Starz?

4 April 2017 5:41 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Vulture WatchWill Alice help Julien Baptiste find Sophie? Has The Missing TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Starz? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Missing season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?A BBC One crime drama anthology on the Starz premium cable channel, season two of The Missing stars Tchéky Karyo, David Morrissey, Keeley Hawes, Jake Davies, Abigail Hardingham, Laura Fraser, and Roger Allam. In 2003, Sam (Morrissey) and Gemma Webster's (Hawes) daughter Alice went missing. Eleven years later, a young British woman stumbles through the streets of her German hometown and announces she is Alice (Hardingham). Her return raises suspicions throughout Eckhausen. Alice may hold vital clues to the whereabouts of another missing girl, Sophie Giroux, »

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The Missing: Season Two Ratings

4 April 2017 4:20 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Starz and BBC in the UK co-produce The Missing TV series. Last season, the series drew low ratings for Starz but opted to co-produce season two anyway. This time around, they're making the whole second season available for streaming after only one episode has aired on regular television. Do the regular ratings matter? Will this drama return for a third season? Cancelled? Stay tuned.Season two of The Missing TV show on stars Tchéky Karyo, David Morrissey, Keeley Hawes, Jake Davies, Abigail Hardingham, Laura Fraser, and Roger Allam. The story begins as a young British woman named Alice Webster (Hardingham) stumbles through the streets of her hometown in Germany and collapses. She has been missing for 11 years and her return sends shockwaves through the small community of Eckhausen, especially when it is revealed that she may hold clues to the whereabouts of another missing girl. Told simultaneously »

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Inside No. 9 series 3 episode 5 review: Diddle Diddle Dumpling

14 March 2017 6:51 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor Mar 14, 2017

The latest Inside No. 9 is a dark tale of obsession guest-starring Keeley Hawes. Spoilers ahead…

This review contains spoilers.

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3.5 Diddle Diddle Dumpling

As if we needed more proof of this strand’s ingenuity, the latest No. 9 was neither a house or a room, but a shoe. A lack of walls didn’t make it any less encompassing or prisonlike for the story’s lead David, a character played with painful depth by Reece Shearsmith.

What started as a light and witty portrait of an eccentric obsession ended as the darkest picture of a mind unhinged by grief. Over a spring, summer and winter, a lone shoe seemingly discarded in front of his house became the focus of David’s spiralling breakdown. Though as the CCTV footage playing over the end credits showed, »

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Tuesday’s best TV: The Best of British Takeaways; The Replacement

13 March 2017 11:09 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Tom Kerridge and Cherry Healey celebrate the UK’s top fish and chips, while the beautifully played psychological drama draws to a terrifying close

The devilishly smart, ever-dark anthology series reaches the penultimate episode of its latest run. David (Reece Shearsmith) is unemployed, and wife Louise (Keeley Hawes) is keen for him to get back to work, presumably not only for his own good, but also to pay for their big suburban house. But David has other plans, namely becoming dangerously obsessed with the provenance of a mysterious shoe. Not the strongest episode of the series, but excellent nonetheless. Hannah J Davies

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- Hannah J Davies, John Robinson, Hannah Verdier, Ben Arnold, Mark Gibbings-Jones, Graeme Virtue, Jonathan Wright and Paul Howlett

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‘The Missing’ Star David Morrissey on Playing a Father Dealing With a Parent’s Worst Nightmare

12 February 2017 9:00 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

[This post contains plot details for the first episode of “The Missing” Season 2.]

Starz’s “The Missing” returned for Season 2 with another story about kidnapping — except that in the first few minutes, Alice Webster (Abigail Hardingham), lost for 11 years, stumbles back into the small German town she disappeared from. That is the beginning of a time-shifting story about how resolution does not mitigate loss — and how long-buried traumas can unearth in surprising and terrifying ways.

In quite a genre shift from his role as the Governor in “The Walking Dead,” David Morrissey plays Sam Webster, a captain in the British army whose turn of duty at a German base becomes an exile of bereavement when his daughter Alice goes missing. In the intervening years, Sam and his wife Gemma (Keeley Hawes) have made the town their home, building new lives around their loss. When Alice returns, the bereaved couple have to start over again. Sam in particular is altered — there are burn scars all over one side of his body »

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‘The Missing’ Stars Tease Season 2 Mystery (Exclusive Video)

10 February 2017 6:12 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The second installment of Starz’s anthology crime series “The Missing” premieres on Sunday, Feb. 12 with a new case focused on a child who’s gone missing. Abigail Hardingham and “The Walking Dead” alum David Morrissey star in the drama’s second season, alongside the only returning player from Season 1, Tchéky Karyo. “I came to it as a fan,” Morrissey said in an interview with TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell. “I loved the artistry of the first one.” Season 2 centers on Sam (Morrissey) and his wife, Gemma Webster (played by Keeley Hawes), whose daughter went missing in 2003. Hardingham plays a young British woman who stumbles. »

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‘The Missing’ Review: Season 2 Reverses the Classic Kidnapping Narrative to Compelling New Ends

10 February 2017 6:00 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Dramas focusing on a kidnapping — especially of young children — typically follow a simple trajectory: The family is introduced. The child is taken. The family is torn apart. A detective saves the day (or, at least, finds answers), and a happy ending or haunting lesson is imparted to the audience.

Typically, there’s a guessing game involved, as a number of suspicious supporting characters pop up throughout the story, and the audience is invited to solve the mystery. Their reward is being right or being surprised, but what typically elevates some kidnapping dramas above the rest is what elevates any drama: formal elements — directing, writing, acting — that build upon an audience’s immediate empathy for the taken child and the tormented family.

Read More: ‘The Missing’ Star David Morrissey on His ‘The Walking Dead’ Legacy and Those ‘Doctor Who’ Rumors

When “The Missing” debuted on Starz in November 2014, its differentiating formal »

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‘The Missing’ Review: Season 2 Reverses the Classic Kidnapping Narrative to Compelling New Ends

10 February 2017 6:00 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Dramas focusing on a kidnapping — especially of young children — typically follow a simple trajectory: The family is introduced. The child is taken. The family is torn apart. A detective saves the day (or, at least, finds answers), and a happy ending or haunting lesson is imparted to the audience.

Typically, there’s a guessing game involved, as a number of suspicious supporting characters pop up throughout the story, and the audience is invited to solve the mystery. Their reward is being right or being surprised, but what typically elevates some kidnapping dramas above the rest is what elevates any drama: formal elements — directing, writing, acting — that build upon an audience’s immediate empathy for the taken child and the tormented family.

Read More: ‘The Missing’ Star David Morrissey on His ‘The Walking Dead’ Legacy and Those ‘Doctor Who’ Rumors

When “The Missing” debuted on Starz in November 2014, its differentiating formal »

- Ben Travers

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‘The Missing’ Season 2 Review: David Morrissey-Starring Anthology Is Gripping TV

9 February 2017 4:59 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The second installment of The Missing is emotionally gripping television full of twists, and starts where you think it would end. As I say in my video review above, the eight-episode Starz-bbc series that debuts February 12 takes you to some very unexpected places and is very much worth watching. In many ways, that is almost all I really want to say about the latest version of the anthology series starring David Morrissey, Keeley Hawes, Laura Fraser, Roger Allam, Jack… »

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TV Review: Starz’s ‘The Missing,’ Season 2, Starring David Morrissey

6 February 2017 10:02 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The second season of “The Missing” is a whodunit with a curious twist: The suspense begins once the mystery is over. In the opening moments of the first episode, a girl is abducted in the forest outside of a German village. Then, just as quickly (for the audience), she returns — stumbling through the same woods before collapsing in the town square. But she is older now, and ravaged; her eyes are haunted. It is 11 years later.

In some ways, this is consistent with the first season of the Starz/BBC anthology series, which also told the story of an abducted child and the subsequent investigation. But unlike the first installment of “The Missing,” the second season mostly dispenses with the circumstances of her abduction. Instead it flashes between the victim’s “safe” return, in 2014, and the arduous present, where the psychological scars of her kidnapping have not yet healed. Alice Webster (Abigail Hardingham) has been found, but »

- Sonia Saraiya

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TV News Roundup: ‘The Leftovers’ Season 3 Premiere Date Revealed, ‘Top Chef’ Renewed

24 January 2017 1:57 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In today’s TV news roundup, HBO’s “The Leftovers” gets a premiere date, “Top Chef” gets a 15th season, and “The Chi” continues to round out its ensemble. 

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“The end is near” for the Peabody-winning HBO drama “The Leftovers.” The third and final season will premiere Apr. 16 at 9/8c. Created by novelist Tom Perrotta and “Lost” alum Damon Lindelof, “The Leftovers” has confounded viewers and defied all reason with its previous two seasons. Star Justin Theroux and co. filmed this eight-episode season on location in Texas and Australia. In addition to a premiere date, the Twitter account unveiled a new teaser, which you can watch above or below.

Look up. The final season of #TheLeftovers premieres 4/16 on @HBO. pic.twitter.com/MTzD8TmNUb

The Leftovers (@TheLeftoversHBO) January 24, 2017

The entire eight-episode second installment of Starz‘s limited series “The Missing” will be available to view online and on-demand as soon as it the first episode premieres »

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‘The Missing’ Season 2 Trailer: David Morrissey Confronts Lost Daughter In Starz Series

6 January 2017 12:02 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Back on February 12 for its second installment on Starz, anthology series The Missing isn’t letting up on any of the intrigue and heartbreak that characterized its first run. That’s clear in the first look at the new season featuring David Morrissey, Keeley Hawes as new characters with a new case in a new location and the return of and Tchéky Karyo from the first installment. The eight-episode second season of the limited series follows Sam and Gemma, played by… »

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