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Criminal Record on Apple TV


Criminal Record on Apple TV – Follows two brilliant detectives in a tug of war over a historic murder conviction and the quest to find common ground in a polarized Britain.


Storyline for Criminal Record on Apple TV

Criminal Record essentially functions as a showcase for Capaldi as DCI Daniel Hegarty, an old-school detective (of the un-bonhomous type), and Cush Jumbo as DS June Lenker, whose race and sex are enough for him to mark her down as part of the new guard.

The acting from the two leads doesn’t get much better.

Jumbo and Capaldi give an absolute masterclass in acting.

Cush Jumbo gives an incredibly nuanced performance expressing emotion and feeling with every word and look.

Capaldi suitably scary as the big bad cop.

The story has twists and turns and keeps you guessing.

There really is very little to dislike about this show.

If you like quality drama it’s definitely worth giving it a go.


Episodes of Criminal Record on Apple TV

S1.E1 ∙ Emergency Caller
An anonymous call puts DS June Lenker in the path of the formidable DCI Daniel Hegarty.

S1.E2 ∙ Two Calls
Convinced there’s a link between the emergency calls, June sets out to prove a theory–but Hegarty stays one step ahead.

S1.E3 ∙ Kid in the Park
A horrific incident lands June on Hegarty’s team, giving her a way to win his trust while secretly digging into the Errol Mathis case.

Episodes of Criminal Record on Apple TV, S1.E4 ∙ Protected
Pressure mounts on June from all sides as she makes a breakthrough in Errol’s case.

S1.E5 ∙ Possession with Intent
June’s life is thrown into turmoil as a result of her son being singled out.

S1.E6 ∙ Beehive
Hegarty compelled to find his daughter after a shocking revelation. June unearths vital evidence.

S1.E7 ∙ The Sixty-Twos
The events leading up to Errol’s 2011 arrest reveal a hidden history.

Episodes of Criminal Record on Apple TV, S1.E8 ∙ Carla
Season finale. A wave of public outrage pushes Hegarty and June to work together before it’s too late.

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