Bloodlands: Season 1

Bloodlands: Season 1

Bloodlands: Season 1

A Northern Irish police officer connects a suicide note with an infamous cold case in this crime saga.

2021United Kingdom
CrimeDrama
EPISODE 1.1

Episode 1

When a former IRA man is abducted, DCI Tom Brannick is forced to confront an assassin who haunts his past, in order to crack the investigation in the present.

EPISODE 1.2

Episode 2

Tom continues to search for Pat Keenan’s kidnapper, hoping they will lead him to Goliath. But is somebody leading him down a false trail?

EPISODE 1.3

Episode 3

Tom and Niamh launch a manhunt for Adam Corry, who has disappeared in mysterious circumstances. Tori Matthews agrees to help Tom in the quest to identify Goliath, but as pressure builds on the police, Tom... MORE must confront the possibility Goliath may be someone close to him.

EPISODE 1.4

Episode 4

Tom Brannick enlists the help of Heather Pentland to find out what Jackie Twomey knows about Goliath. Tori Matthews and Tom's daughter, Izzy, put pressure on Tom to get to the truth. With lives on... MORE the line, Tom must unmask Goliath before it's too late.

Bloodlands: Season 1 / Reviews

The Guardian

The Guardian

Enjoyably dense with enough black humour to let it breathe...

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

(Bloodlands has) all the twists and turns you expect from a Jed Mercurio thriller...

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Independent

Independent

In Bloodlands, the clues and red herrings come too thick and too fast.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

The enthralling series... (is) directed by Pete Travis, who brings a noirish flair to a largely daylit drama, as well as a degree of directorial confidence and rhythm uncommon among TV thrillers.

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Paste

Paste

A serviceable crime drama with an interesting and complicated story to tell...

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Decider

Decider

A solid drama that moves through its story efficiently without a lot of fuss.

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NPR

NPR

The action starts to clip along, with nifty cinematography and deft use of the locations...

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

A chilly, thoughtful, well-written and superbly acted story...

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