Broadchurch - Series 1

Broadchurch - Series 1

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Average of 150 ratings: 4.1 Stars

2013 M Contains violence, sexual references and offensive language.

A town wrapped in secrets

The small coastal community of Broadchurch is rocked to its core when 11 year old Danny Latimer is found dead on the beach in suspicious circumstances. A police investigation commences headed up by the new Detective Inspector (David Tennant) and the local Detective Sergeant Ellie Miller (BAFTA award winning Olivia Colman). In a town with only a history of petty crime, the community is thrown into chaos as they try to deal with the tragedy, not knowing who to trust, as the national press descends. It appears everyone has secrets, and as the threads start to unravel their seemingly idyllic community is thrown into chaos. A previously naive DS Ellie Miller is forced, with the help of DI Alec Hardy who trusts nobody, to start viewing her town through suspicious eyes as secrets and hidden histories are exposed.

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374 minutes

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1.78:1 Widescreen 16x9 Enhanced
English for the hearing impaired
English Dolby Digital 2.0; English audio descriptive
  • Broadchurch - Series 1 (2013) (Disc 1)
    Episodes 1 - 4

  • Broadchurch - Series 1 (2013) (Disc 2)
    Episodes 5 - 8


5 Member Reviews Write a review

5 by Liboir

I now see why this show was so addictive. A great who dunnit in a small town where everyone has secrets & suspicion lies in the most unlikely places. Can't wait to see the rest.

5 by Mr Lucky

The first episode nearly put me off as a Coronation Street 'look alike' but it became much more than that. A great story and acting.

4 by lizzy

Fanatastic storyline, interesting characters, stunning scenery. Addictive.

5 by broozer

On first glance a familiar who "dunnit". There any comparison with any other murder mystery television series becomes irrelevant. Strong casting, great screen play and setting. A village that is populated... Read more

2.5 by OrangePeko

Be warned, this is nothing like a decent BBC drama. I thought it was more like a Coronation St level whodunnit. Although quite well acted, with some occasional good one-liners and some lovely cinematography... Read more