After the police raid a house and find evidence that terrorists may be planning an attack in London with Sarin gas, Danny and Fiona Carter, who has now transferred to MI-5 from MI-6, follow up on a ...
A book on Spying, "Streetwise Spycraft", gives this advice on recruiting people: "If the subject threatens to go to the police, then you must consider killing the subject." See more »
At numerous times throughout series 1 notably in "One Last Dance" and "Traitor's Gate" close-ups of intelligence files show that all the information is the same and all relates to Mary Kane's terminated pregnancy from episode 1 "Thou Shalt Not Kill". See more »
[Underground footage now has insert edit of a hand pushing the Spy under the train]
That's been tampered with!
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The show does not have any end credits, ending each episode with a trailer for the next episode and only showing a BBC production information screen. It does not list any cast/crew. Just the caption "A Kudos Production". See more »
Just finished the last episode of series three, and was reminded why this is my favourite show of all time. I think the comparisons to 24 are quite unfair--they both deal with terrorism, but the similarities end there. Spooks is far more cerebral, and spends more effort on character and plot development.
Unlike other reviewers, I felt series three was every bit as good (and in many ways even better) than the previous two. The departure of several main characters was handled exceedingly well, and while they'll be missed, I think their replacements are quite strong and as such, the transition has been quite smooth. Kudos! (Er, no pun intended)
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