‘Jericho’ Episode 7 review: The show’s central mystery is resolved

It may have simmered for seven weeks, but the townsfolk of Jericho have finally caught up with the conspiracy surrounding the first episode’s explosion and the death of the saboteur Red Killeen. As this penultimate episode began, the discovery of Red’s body buried surreptitiously beneath his victims had hit home and Johnny Blackwood’s name was … >

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Jessica Raine, Keeley Hawes and Felicity Kendal to guest star in ‘Inside No. 9’

More guest stars for the third season of BBC Two’s Inside No. 9 have been announced. Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith’s dark anthology comedy series will return later this year with six new episodes, directed by Guillam Morales (Julia’s Eyes). Joining the previously confirmed Jason Watkins (Being Human) and Philip Glenister (Life on Mars) are … >

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‘Jericho’ Episode 6 review: The stage is set for an almighty face-off

After last week’s uneasy agreement between the brothers, we saw Johnny (Hans Matheson) assuming his responsibilities, taking keys and ruffling feathers, even before the credits rolled. There was scant time to enjoy his elevated status though, as the spectre of Red Killeen’s death threatened to overwhelm events. His body, buried below the grave of the … >

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‘Jericho’ episode guide

Call the Midwife star Jessica Raine leads the cast of ITV’s new drama Jericho, set in the Yorkshire Dales in the 1870s. Created and written by Steve Thompson (Sherlock, Doctor Who), the eight-part series focuses upon the shanty town of Jericho, home to a community that will live, thrive and die in the shadow of … >

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‘Jericho’ Episode 2 review: ITV’s new 1870’s drama continues

After his impressive graveside appearance at the climax of last week’s opening instalment of Jericho, Bamford (Mark Addy) returned to set the tone growling “I’m not here for your poor man’s ale” at the barmaid before the credits rolled. The railway investigator was on the trail of the missing ‘Red’, the navvy responsible for the … >

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