On twitter, Rupert Penry-Jones announced the end of the popular ITV series Whitechapel just minutes ago. After ratings had dropped significantly in Series 4, for reasons I simply cannot fathom, it seems that the network […]
Previously on Whitechapel: Episode 4.
And with this last case, filled with cannibals, human sacrifice, and nasty little old ladies, ITV’s popular drama concludes its fourth series.
Previously on Whitechapel: Episode 3.
This episode started with something that doesn’t happen very often — in fact, it doesn’t happen, full stop. Ever. Chandler being a laughing, joking git is something scarce indeed. Unfortunately, the levity doesn’t last very long.
Previously on Whitechapel: Episode 2.
This episode, penned by Steve Pemberton himself, has upped the ante in several aspects: each team member’s personal demons are coming on strong, the friction between them increases, and this case just bumped the upper end of the creepy scale.
Previously on Whitechapel: Episode 1.
The theory is that the killer hunts people who practise forms of magic and who believe that their powers are real. Turns out, it’s sort exactly like that, and sort of really not. Meanwhile, the hauntings don’t stop.
Dark powers are stirring in Whitechapel — and DI Joseph Chandler and his team have been chosen.
ITV has released the trailer for the new series of Whitechapel, returning to our tellies very soon on September 4, 9pm. I cannot begin to express my excitement for this!