So often viewers are left disappointed by a series finale, but with Stephen Poliakoff at the helm, it was never in doubt. All the questions we had were answered, we learned who was behind events, and we also got resolutions to the many questions asked throughout.
Everything tied in very neatly, the Doomsday clock party at the end being a nice touch.
Superb scenes between Toby Stephens and Timothy Spall, no wonder Spall appears once again in a Poliakoff drama, having been in Shooting the Past some years previously. The performances in every quarter are dazzling, but Spall was incredible.
I liked the extra running time, and it became one of those shows I didn't want to end.
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