Class (2016)
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The Lost 

As Corakinus wages war on Earth, the Coal Hill defenders must fight against the Shadow Kin one last time.


Julian Holmes


Patrick Ness

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Katherine Kelly ... Miss Andrea Quill
Greg Austin ... Charlie Smith
Fady Elsayed ... Ram Singh
Sophie Hopkins ... April MacLean
Vivian Oparah ... Tanya Adeola
Jordan Renzo ... Matteusz Andrzejewski
Pooky Quesnel Pooky Quesnel ... Dorothea Ames
Aaron Neil ... Varun Singh
Natasha Gordon Natasha Gordon ... Vivian Adeola
Shannon Murray ... Jackie MacLean
Paul Marc Davis ... Corakinus
Cyril Nri Cyril Nri ... Chair
Ellie James ... Female Student
Sam Sweeney Sam Sweeney ... Sam
Jim Moray Jim Moray ... Folk Musician


As Corakinus wages war on Earth, the Coal Hill defenders must fight against the Shadow Kin one last time.

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Drama | Sci-Fi


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Release Date:

3 December 2016 (UK) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


This episode marks the first appearance of the Weeping Angels outside of Doctor Who (2005). See more »


Dorothea: The Governors will not tolerate...
Corakinus: Tell me what they will not tolerate! It will have the most amusing result.
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Black Is The Colour
Arranged by Jim Moray
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Tied up loose ends, and posed even more logical questions.
6 December 2016 | by jrwparrott-66481See all my reviews

The season finale of 'Class' was all that the season hyped it up to be. Loose ends were tied up in a manor that everyone could understand, and even more questions were posed that could potentially lead into a season 2. The episode felt structurally superior to the rest of the series, and each event tied into one another effortlessly, although some of the character elements of Ram and Tanya felt quite forced, but could be understandable at a second glance. The love interest story line that continued in this episode felt much like an afterthought, and I felt as if it were only there in order to further dramatise the climactic ending. Hype built tenuously throughout the episode, and in the latter half when all was revealed, I felt surprised at the many twists that occurred and genuinely was in disbelief at the prospect. In conclusion, this episode was well put together with the character's choices feeling relatable, and creating more questions than answers but didn't feel cluttered with them, and they all made sense in the context of the episode, and it would be a shame if there were no season 2.

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