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Harrow

  • Season 3
  • 10 episodes
  • Drama

Summary

Crime drama series about a forensic pathologist, Dr Daniel Harrow, who has a total disregard for authority

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Episode 2: Harrow

Summary

Reeling from the discovery that his son is alive, Harrow finds a welcome distraction in one of the most bizarre cases he's ever encountered: the murder of a vampire.
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Review

The set-up to this evening’s case wouldn’t have looked out of place on Buffy, in that a supposed vampire is found killed in the coffin where he used to sleep. And we’re talking a full-blooded slaying here, with the vamp’s heart removed and a bulb of garlic left in his fang-filled mouth. The weirdness doesn’t stop at the murder site either as, back at the lab, we enter Worst Nightmare territory when what the docs believe to be another corpse wakes up on the slab. But the mystery isn’t unremittingly macabre: in a feelgood subplot, Harrow is reunited with his beloved car, which was blown up last season and has now been lovingly restored. It’s the happiest I think I’ve ever seen him.

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    Harrow

    Summary

    Reeling from the discovery that his son is alive, Harrow finds a welcome distraction in one of the most bizarre cases he's ever encountered: the murder of a vampire.
    Recommended

    Review

    The set-up to this evening’s case wouldn’t have looked out of place on Buffy, in that a supposed vampire is found killed in the coffin where he used to sleep. And we’re talking a full-blooded slaying here, with the vamp’s heart removed and a bulb of garlic left in his fang-filled mouth. The weirdness doesn’t stop at the murder site either as, back at the lab, we enter Worst Nightmare territory when what the docs believe to be another corpse wakes up on the slab. But the mystery isn’t unremittingly macabre: in a feelgood subplot, Harrow is reunited with his beloved car, which was blown up last season and has now been lovingly restored. It’s the happiest I think I’ve ever seen him.

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