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I created an account because I can't stop thinking about this show! Russell T Davies has worked his magic again and created something stellar. The first episode is an absolutely brilliant and terrifying hour of tv. The acting is totally convincing and raw, and the last twenty minutes in particular are pure genius - the tension is absolutely stifling. I am completely convinced that television history has been made with Years and Years. Really, really fantastic, and very sinister. I highly recommend and can't wait for next week.
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