After an INTENSE week of twists, turns and suspicious behaviour, ITV’s Innocent has come to a dramatic end – and we finally know who killed Tara Collins. The murderer was none other than mild-mannered Phil (Daniel Ryan) who confessed to the crime in front of his horrified brother David Collins (Lee Ingleby).
#Innocent was far, far better than #Broadchurch! #InnocentITV = quality all round, and haven't got enough superlatives for the wonderful acting from whole cast. Special mention for scriptwriters & @_DanielRyan for that last "speech" from Phil; riveting, 100% convincing.
In the run-up to episode four, there were concerns that the series might end on a cliffhanger…
I swear if #InnocentITV is another open-ended, weird-finishing, "oooh is there going to be another series?" type thing, then the next one they do will be about how a disgruntled viewer tracks down a tv commissioning editor and bludeons them to death with a copy of the Radio Times
#InnocentITV Hooray…finally a proper end to a brilliant drama. Fed up with all these dramas with nondescript ends…so annoying. Kept me guessing all the way through. Great acting all round. Lovely scenery. More dramas like this please @ITV . 📺👍👏🏆😁
Some viewers were extremely surprised to find out the killer’s true identity…
Omg @ITV innocent was amazing didn’t realise it was the brother till he approached the police officer well done @_DanielRyan and @leeingleby amazing story telling plot twisted drama loved it #InnocentITV
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