The town of Broadchurch may not be as walkable as it appears.
In this exclusive clip from the Broadchurch season 2 DVD, cast and crew take viewers inside the making of the fictional seaside community—which, according to actor David Tennant (Alec Hardy), “is actually spread across most of the southwest of England.”
This is it, guys. It’s almost over. And while I can’t wait to find out what happened at Sandbrook, part of me is sad it’s ending. (At least we now know there will be a season 3.)
We left the show last week with a major cliffhanger, waiting to see if Joe Miller is going to be convicted of killing Danny Latimer or not. We open onto the courtroom.
Tonight is the explosive conclusion to the second season of Broadchurch, and EW has an exclusive clip from the finale. In just a few hours, the verdict for Joe Miller (Matthew Gravelle) will finally be decided. Will he be found guilty—or set free?
You know those shows that like to fill a season’s penultimate episode with as much action as possible, leaving the finale free for a lot of chatty navel-gazing? Well, Broadchurch ain’t one of them.
It’s the last episode before the season finale, and things are heating up in sunny seaside Broadchurch. We’re this close to the jury finally deciding whether Joe Miller is guilty of Danny Latimer’s death, and this close to finding out what really happened at Sandbrook several years before.
But we’re not there quite yet! Nay!
The bluebells are back on Broadchurch.
It’s another dark day in the lovely seaside town of Broadchurch. (But the weather is fine, as always.)
This episode once again focuses on trials, but not just the one in the courtroom. Mark and Beth Latimer’s marriage, already hanging by a thread, is rocked yet again. First, when Ellie and Joe’s son Tom takes the stands and Tom admits that he and Mark have been meeting in Susan Wright’s trailer to play video games.
Time is ticking away for both DI Alec Hardy (David Tennant) and the Danny Latimer case as the truth seems farther away than ever. Even as he’s gasping for air, Hardy can only reflect on the details of the Sandbrook case that have haunted him.
With so many moving pieces this season, it’s been up to Hardy and Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman) to discover just who they can actually trust. But will Hardy be able to hold on long enough to solve the mysteries for himself?
Before we get into it, I want to talk about something that intrigues me: the weather on this show. Why is it always so gorgeous and sunny in Broadchurch? I have been to coastal England, and it was gray and cold almost every day. And yet despite the terrible child murder and secrets and lies plaguing this town, it’s always so gorgeous. I would totally move there.
So far this season on Broadchurch, it has been clear that there’s an undercurrent of tension between Jocelyn Knight (Charlotte Rampling), the Queen’s Counsel on the side of Latimers, and Sharon Bishop (Marianne Jean-Baptiste), who has been defending Joe Miller in court.
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