Previously on Scott & Bailey: Series 4, Episode 3.
And hello, unnecessarily complicated romance subplot of Series 4. Again, the writers manage to make Rachel the greatest danger to herself by having her get involved with a Detective Super from another squad. Continue reading →
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Series 4, Episode 2.
And just when Rachel is getting her stuff together and Gill gives her a mountain of tasks to get through because she’s the new Sergeant and Gill trusts her, Rachel’s mother reappears. At least she sent a text.
My fiance has been arrested. I’m on my way to see you.
Oh, goody gumdrops. Continue reading →
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Series 4, Episode 1.
In this second episode of Scott & Bailey, the focus lay squarely on the reopening of a cold case, the disappearance and, since new evidence has come to light, subsequent murder of Mandy Sweeting. 23 years old, that case is, and it still rattles the Syndicate, the victim’s loved ones, and, as ever, the press.
The case is all the more important to Rob — not only because it would be an amazing case to work on cracking so many years later, but because his dad was second-in-charge during the original investigation. An investigation that was flawed, one-tracked, and lacking in oversight.
Or, as Rachel would say, it was shit. Continue reading →
Previously on Scott & Bailey: Series 3, Episode 8.
Last week, Scott & Bailey have returned to ITV for their fourth series. Written by Amelia Bullmore, who plays DCI Gill Murray, the series premiere chucks us right into exciting and good things. Continue reading →
After a whopping 170 votes came in on the review poll over the summer, these are your favourites for the TV season 2013/14: Continue reading →