Monday, April 5, 2021

APRIL 2021 NEW MYSTERY TV SERIES: CHANNEL 5'S INTRUDER AND ITV'S THRILLER TOO CLOSE WITH EMILY WATSON

     INTRUDER TV SERIES   
A DARK MURDER COVER UP
Two new mystery thriller dramas are arriving to the small screens this month: first up INTRUDER which will launch at Channel 5 April 5th, tomorrow, and then air the rest of the episodes next three days. The story of
Intruder will air in four episodes starting Monday
the four episode drama will be exploring the dark and devastating aftermath of an attempted burglary at a luxurious home on the coast.
 
  INTRUDER TV SERIES STARS
Elaine Cassidy and Tom Meeten as an affluent couple living in a small seaside town, who are targeted by two local teenagers looking to make a quick 
Sally Lindsay plays Family Liaisons officer in the series
buck However, the break-in takes a dark turn when one of the youths winds up dead and an elaborate cover-up is staged to make the killing appear to be
Elaine Cassidy also stars in the four part drama
self-defence. Over the course of its four-episode run, viewers will find out whether this morally bankrupt couple can make their lies stick or whether the truth will come out and tear their world apart. 

   TOO CLOSE TV SERIES   
AT ITV WITH EMILY WATSON
Rival ITV is also launching a mystery series this month: Monday, April 12th is the start date for three part drama TOO CLOSE in which Emily Watson plays forensic psychiatrist Dr Emma Robertson, who is assigned to work with Connie Mortensen, a woman accused of a heinous crime but who
Too Close three part drama starts April 12th, Monday on ITV
claims she can’t remember a thing. Dr Robertson is not easily shocked. She’s worked with her fair share of high security patients. However, when she’s sent to assess Connie for trial the two women become dangerously close. Connie has a searing insight into Emma’s deepest insecurities and starts to brutally exploit them. Their sessions become a complex psychological game with
Emily Watson takes the lead role in Too Close thriller series
confusing undercurrents. Emma tries to understand Connie and her complicated relationship with her beautiful best friend, Ness Jones, which seems to have made her snap. But as Emma tries to uncover the truth and learn what triggered Connie’s despicable behaviour, it seems that her attempts to see justice done may destroy her instead.

18 comments:

  1. They both sound good. Breaking into someone's place, you are just asking to be killed though. lol

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    1. That is what I think as well LOL We had a very sad case of a retired cop, a grandpa really, who had a break in and he shot the burglar and then died from heartattack after he was arrested for killing him.

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  2. I LOVE both, Esp. too close because of Emily Watson!

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  3. In my opinion, the second film is more promising because it involves a complex psychological element.

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  4. These both look good today, but Intruder for the win! I hope they caught. If someone broke into your home, why lie about defending it? Sounds suspect to me!

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    1. In my country you can still get jail for defending your home. We had a young dad who killed an intruder with a knife protecting his wife and three kids when the bastard broke into their flat at night and he still got jail even though the intruder had more than 300 crimes in his criminal record and was known as a problem in that part of the city. He was let out of the prison only after we organised riots.

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  5. I love psychological drama...TOO CLOSE sound good!

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  6. I agree, why must one cover up the death of an intruder? We’re allowed to protect our lives and homes with force if necessary. Sounds like there’s a lot more going on with the homeowners than meets the eye.

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    1. The last episode will reveal the truth LOL I watched their DROWNING series, finished last week, and although the series was great, the end was so dissatisfying, left me angry.

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    2. Well, that's disappointing to hear. I hate it when a series has a less than stellar ending. When they rush to wrap everything up too, it's just a mess and leaves the viewers wondering why they wasted so much time just to be let down at the end.

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    3. Yes, the penultimate episode ends with the police telling her that the kid she found really is her missing son according to DNA tests and you leave it all happy and then in the final episode it turns out he really is not, so stupid.

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