What did you think of new Channel 4 drama Kiri?
Sarah Lancashire returns to TV screens as a social worker at the centre of a media storm - but what did YOU think of the new Jack Thorne drama?
She wowed the nation and the Bafta judges with her turn as Catherine Cawood in Happy Valley so, naturally, everyone's been rather excited to see Sarah Lancashire return to our TV screens in Kiri.
Jack Thorne's new Channel 4 drama centres on the fallout from the abduction of a young black girl during an unsupervised visit with her biological family ahead of her adoption by her white foster parents. Kiri's trip to her grandparents was set up by foster worker Miriam (Lancashire) who finds herself at the centre of a media circus when the young girl goes missing.
- Meet the cast of Kiri
- Kiri star Sarah Lancashire: "The work I like to do is the work I’m most afraid of"
- Kiri writer Jack Thorne: “We have a very complicated relationship with race in this country”
Our reviewer thought Sarah Lancashire gave a "staggering" performance in the opening episode, but do you agree?
We want to know what YOU thought of Kiri - and sharing your opinion on the new drama couldn't be easier.
First we want to know if you thought the debut episode was good or not? All you have to do is cast a vote below.
Now we want to know why you liked or disliked Kiri.
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