NORWAY PREMIERE: Broadchurch Series 2 Finale Tonight
As Broadchurch concludes tonight, will we find the answers we're all looking for?
Earlier in the series, as Hardy and Miller continued their unofficial investigation into the Sandbrook case, new information forced them to re-evaluate what they believed, and Ellie later found herself exposed and alone. Now, the mystery drama reaches a dramatic conclusion, and after all the twists and turns, the truth is finally revealed - changing lives for ever.
The second series of Broadchurch concludes in Norway tonight on NRK1 at 9.35pm
A preview from the Radio Times: (contains spoilers)
Drama Of The Week - Broadchurch
And so it ends as it began, on the beach beneath those glowing cliffs as a small wounded community quietly closes in upon itself once more. We have the verdict in the trial of Joe Miller for the murder of young Danny Latimer, and now inevitably lives must move along. Though nothing can be the same for bereaved Mark and Beth Latimer, who wanted justice for their boy, and were torn to pieces in court.
But most of the final episode is devoted to what happened in Sandbrook, the murder of a little girl and disappearance of a young woman, the broken case that nearly destroyed detective Alec Hardy. He's lucky to have such a doughty friend as Ellie Miller; when she says, "Something's bugging me," as she examines the files, we know we're in safe hands.
So is it a good ending? Yes, I think so - harrowing and satisfying in its way with a heart that beats long after the final credits.
Alec Hardy - David Tennant
Ellie Miller - Olivia Colman
Beth Latimer - Jodie Whittaker
Mark Latimer - Andrew Buchan
Jocelyn Knight - Charlotte Rampling
Sharon Bishop - Marianne Jean-Baptiste
Rev Paul Coates - Arthur Darvill
Claire Ripley - Eve Myles
Lee Ashworth - James D'Arcy
Judge Sonia Sharma - Meera Syal
Maggie Radcliffe - Carolyn Pickles
Olly Stevens - Jonathan Bailey
Lucy Stevens - Tanya Franks
Abby Thompson - Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Ben Haywood - William Andrews
Joe Miller - Matthew Gravelle
Ricky Gillespie - Shaun Dooley
Lisa Newbery - Eliza Bennett
Tess Henchard - Lucy Cohu
Becca Fisher - Simone McAullay
Nige Carter - Joe Sims
Chloe Latimer - Charlotte Beaumont
Tom Miller - Adam Wilson
Gary Thorp - Tom Rosenthal
Pippa Gillespie - Hollie Burgess
Clerk of the court - Lucas Hare
The episode is written by Chris Chibnall and directed by Mike Barker