Prime Suspect closes its fourth series by revisiting the case that once made Tennison’s career, and now threatens to unmake it.
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The second installment of Prime Suspect’s fourth series once again puts Tennison on the wrong side of the establishment, but this time it feels like we’ve seen it all before.
Prime Suspect splits its fourth series into shorter mysteries, and generates its most wrenching installment to date.
Prime Suspect’s third series sends Jane Tennison to Vice, where she finds an old rival and a dangerous cover-up while investigating a dead rent boy.
In the second series of Prime Suspect, an unearthed skeleton leads Jane Tennison and her team to confront racism on and off the force.
The George Marlow investigation comes to a close on Prime Suspect, and the result is a hauntingly well done psychological study of both sides of the law.
This Was Television crosses the pond to begin an examination of Prime Suspect, the Helen Mirren-starring British serial considered to be one of the cornerstones of the contemporary police procedural.
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