The disappearance of a baby from a small coastal town in Australia is the catalyst for a journey into the disintegrating psychology of a young couple as they deal with an unthinkable ... See full summary »
Faith, a small-town Welsh lawyer, is forced to cut short her extended maternity leave when her husband and business partner, Evan, goes missing. As the truth of his actions surface, Faith must fight to protect her family and her sanity.
Mark Lewis Jones
After seven years in a high security prison, David Collins' conviction for the murder of his wife, Tara, is overturned due to a technicality, or as his lawyer puts it, an appalling miscarriage of justice. Able to start his life again and begin to repair relationships with his family and friends, David hopes to finally be allowed to mourn his wife's death. As a new investigation is launched, headed by DI Cathy Hudson, dark secrets of abuse, affairs and money troubles rise to the surface. From jealous sisters to disgruntled lovers, these secrets rip fragile relationships apart at the seams. But one question remains: is David Collins truly innocent?
Innocent has been well worth watching. A four part story that takes you on a journey of crime, its impact on the guilty, and the innocent. Emotionally charged throughout, it was gripping, engaging and thought provoking. Clues are drip fed through, with the solution delivered late in the day, you're led up several blind alleys, and keep wondering if he's guilty or innocent.
Very well acted, Lee Ingleby is superb, as are Hermione Norris and Adrian Rawlins. How nice to have a drama transmitted over four consecutive nights, the way people view has changed, I'm certainly a binge watcher, this suited me.
I did guess the outcome in episode 1, that's my only criticism, some actors and actresses are type cast in certain roles, this was unfortunately the case. Didn't detract from the enjoyment though.
First class drama, 9/10
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