Brilliant final episode.
Spoiler for whole series below.
The whole series has been brilliantly written and composed. It says a lot about our society and how we should care for other people, family or not. That final episode had lots of plot twists and the expected cameo from Terrence Hardiman. The final scene opens a lot of possibilities for a new series. Apparently, Auntie Beeb has been discussing whether or not to renew this series for a week or two, so let's hope we hear soon.
Also, Gill Sans on the BBC News microphone? Shame on you.
What, Demon Headmaster? I liked the finale but not sure about the Headmaster's aggressiveness before the school exploded (well caught on fire)
This took a while to get into I thought, but once it got going, one was hooked. I binge-watched six episodes straight last night.
Of course it could never be the same as the original series from the 1990s and Terrence Hardiman, though in fairness I don't think anybody could have done it better than him so it was a hard act to follow for Nicholas Gleaves.
Every bit as creepy and terrifying as first time round even from an adult's point of view. No spoilers but if you saw the original show there comes a point where although it was tooted as a reboot it actually isn't. And that was fabulous.
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