Ripper Street (2012–2016)
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Occurrence Reports 

As the full extent of Dove's criminal behavior comes to light, Reid, Jackson and Susan face their respective fates.

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Ashley Way

Writers:

Richard Warlow, Richard Warlow (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Macfadyen ... Det. Insp. Edmund Reid
Jerome Flynn ... Det. Sgt. Bennet Drake
Adam Rothenberg ... Captain Homer Jackson
MyAnna Buring ... Long Susan
Clive Russell ... Ch. Insp. Fred Abberline
Killian Scott ... Augustus Dove
Jonas Armstrong ... Nathaniel
Matthew Lewis ... Sgt. Drum Drummond
Anna Burnett ... Mathilda Reid
Lydia Wilson ... Mimi Morton
David Dawson ... Fred Best
Patrick Drury Patrick Drury ... Col. Sir Edward Bradford
Matthew O'Brien ... Const. Renshaw
Joseph Harmon Joseph Harmon ... Robin Sumner
Kahl Murphy Kahl Murphy ... Connor Judge
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Storyline

A sad, remorseful Nathaniel confesses all to Abberline and Mathilda whilst Jackson proves that Dove killed Robin but, to avoid a public scandal, the Chief Commissioner orders that Dove is secretly taken to prison and quietly forgotten. Susan and Nathaniel are executed but Jackson is allowed to return to America with Connor on condition that Reid accepts reinstatement. Mathilda forgives Drummond and they marry, leaving London for the country whilst Mimi, having successfully reopened her theatre, also gets married and moves away from Whitechapel. Reid receives news that Jackson has died a hero in the States and reminisces on the old days and his happy partnership with Drake, remaining at his desk as the last survivor of the events in Ripper Street. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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The episode title "Occurrence Reports," is written on the file read by Edmund Reid (Matthew Macfadyen). See more »

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Up there with GOT for poor finales.
10 January 2020 | by stal-13652See all my reviews

If you have a fondness for Ripper Street do not watch more than 15mins of this episode. Better yet, avoid entirely. Whilst I never expected nor did I want a Disney ending to the show, what they delivered was far more disappointing. It was unnecessarily and unbelievably bleak. However, it does deserve kudos for somehow feeling both dragged out as well as having things shoehorned in. It definitely gives Game Of Thrones a run for its money for rubbish endings.


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Release Date:

12 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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