Broadchurch series two ended last night in gruesome but poignant fashion, with the Sandbrook killer(s) found and the Latimer family finding a closure of sorts on the beach where Danny’s body was found all those hours of TV ago.
Joe Miller was banished (say it with two syllables for extra effect: ‘Bani-shed) and Hardy and Miller were reconciled. But were you really happy to find out that ITV had commissioned another series?
Reaction to the #BroadchurchFinale was, like the whole series, mixed. Ahead of the final episode, there was genuine excitement, for all the criticism this series has come under.
Miller was found and taken up to the beach hut on the hill: the scene of his crime (or was it?) in series one. The whole town gathered to see him into the taxi to Bournemouth station, from where he would head to his exile in Sheffield.
Now, depending on whether this series has managed to keep you hooked, this was either the most poignant/farcical scene of the whole series.
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