What did you think of Next of Kin?

Was it a hit? Or a miss? And will you be tuning in again? We want YOU to review the new ITV thriller



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Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife) and Jack Davenport (This Life/ Coupling) have returned to our TV screens in a new ITV thriller about a couple who find themselves in an impossible situation.


Panjabi plays Mona, a London GP whose brother (Navin Chowdhry) runs a clinic in Pakistan. While en route to catch a flight back to London, he is abducted, and before long Mona and her husband (Davenport) fear for his safety. That’s not the only storm in their lives, though: Mona’s nephew is missing from college, and a terrorist bomb has increased tensions in London.

We want to know what YOU thought of the new ITV thriller. Did you love it? Or loathe it? Will you be tuning in again next week? Now’s your chance to have your say – it couldn’t be easier to share your review.

First things first, we want to know if you enjoyed the first episode.

And if you did enjoy the first offering – or are as yet undecided – will you be tuning in next week?

Finally, we want you to tell us why you liked or disliked Next of Kin.

All you have to do is type your review in the box below and be sure to leave your name because the very best comments will appear on RadioTimes.com


Next of Kin continues on ITV on Monday nights