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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.

Director:

Daniel O'Hara

Writers:

Daniel Brocklehurst, Harlan Coben (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Amanda Abbington ... Sophie Mason
Michael C. Hall ... Tom Delaney
Georgia Rose Georgia Rose ... Young Sophie
Joshua Riley ... Young Craig
Leah Walker Leah Walker ... Young Helen
Ellie Duckles ... Young Rachel
Joshua Akehurst ... Young Bobby
Katy Carmichael Katy Carmichael ... Rachel Delaney
Milo Twomey Milo Twomey ... Bobby
Amy James-Kelly ... Jenny Delaney
Karen Bryson ... Helen Crowthorne
Freddie Thorp ... Chris Chahal
Steven Hillman ... Sean Penvell / Bouncer
Kirsty Hitchinson ... Julia
Hannah Arterton ... Emma Castle
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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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Drama

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Release Date:

10 May 2018 (UK) See more »

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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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Fire
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Written by Barns Courtney
Performed by Barns Courtney
Under License from UMG (on behalf of EMI); Reservoir Media, UMPI, SOLAR Music Rights Management, PEDL, CMRRA, ASCAP, UBEM, Kobalt Music Publishing, and 12 music rights societies
[Outro song]
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Brilliant TV
25 June 2018 | by contrarymary-57121See all my reviews

I can even overlook Michael C. Hall's not-so-great English accent to say the series was brilliant from start to finish. The British always do detective shows well, and this is no exception. It provides different storylines incongruent trails in which they all come together in a masterful way. Do we really know people as we think we do? Hall's character deals with this from beginning to end. It's bingeworthy as I found myself watching through the night! I had to know what was coming next, because the viewer, as is supposed to, really doesn't know what anyone's motives or actions are/were until the end. Brilliant! Thanks again to Netflix for giving us adult entertainment (get your minds out of the gutter) for which we long! 10/10


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