Safe (2018– )
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Episode #1.8 

Tom begs for Sophie's help getting to Bobby. Before the night of the party, a cryptic entry in Rachel's diary sends Jenny on a quest for the truth.

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... Sophie
... Jenny
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Young Bobby
... Emma
... Young Rachel
India Fowler ... Ellen Mason
... Henry
... Tom
... Julia
... Darren
Joshua Riley ... Young Craig
... Neil
... Chris Chahal
... Ioan Fuller
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Tom begs for Sophie's help getting to Bobby. Before the night of the party, a cryptic entry in Rachel's diary sends Jenny on a quest for the truth.

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10 May 2018 (UK)  »

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The newspaper Helen and Jenny look at has a period at the end of the headline. Newspapers headlines don't have periods. See more »

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Glitter & Gold
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Written by Barns Courtney
Performed by Barns Courtney
Under Licensce from ASCAP, Sony ATV Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, UBEM, Kobalt Music Publishing, and 7 music rights societies
[Intro song]
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THAT WAS BRILLIANT!!!
23 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

All throughout Safe has been exceptional, quality from the very start, it's crime drama with a difference, it's complex, thought provoking, intelligent, thrilling, arguably the best thing I've watched since Series one of Broadchurch.

The Question was always going to be, did the series end on a high, or as is so often the case, was it a disappointment.

Resoundingly, this finale was a resounding success, every single thing you hoped for was delivered, and then some. It was intense, gripping, dramatic, thrilling, all you want in a thriller. For once, a drama ends with all the questions answered, no loose ends. Very brave, very bold.

Michael C. Hall has shone the whole way through, Part eight gives Amanda Abbington a real chance to show off her brilliance, that she does.

The story was deep, but easy to follow, when I watch a Silent Witness I always come away scratching my head, I love watching them, but don't always understand, Safe left me in no doubts.

I'm so glad to see such a brilliant series end with this, it deserved to, exceptional.

Part 8 - 10/10


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