In South London a young man, Abdullah Asif (Sam Otto), is shot dead delivering a pizza. The detective in charge, DI Kip Glaspie (Carey Mulligan), quickly discovers that the pizza manager Laurie Stone...
Pizza shop manager Laurie visits Jane to confess guilt for sending Abdullah to his death but disappears shortly afterwards whilst the police find wads of notes at her flat, leading to Mikey's arrest ...
What starts off as a seemingly random shooting of a pizza delivery guy, then starts to unravel the bigger story, with characters having seemingly coincidental meetings. But there's more than meets meets the eye as this plot begins to unfold. Leading all the way back to a special forces branch of the military.Written by
solid, 7.5/10, people who like the tunnel, mcmafia will like this show
I think this show is slightly underrated. I found the plot and story to be very interesting, as in I really look forward to the next episode. I think the writing is solid, acting is solid. I also think the show has solid pacing. Two episodes in I would rate this show 7.5/10. I really don't understand a lot of British peoples tastes in TV shows. A lot of British tv shows that I found boring and uninteresting are given high ratings. Unforgotten and case histories average IMDB score is 8/10 even though I found these shows completely boring and uninteresting. Then you have this show which I found very interesting and you have people hating on it. A lot of british people seem to prefer the slow and light hearted crime dramas like wallander, unforgotten, happy valley which I find these shows completely boring and uninteresting. Then you have great shows that are gripping and dark like Mcmafia, collateral, the tunnel that get hated on, I just don't get it.
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