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Crime thriller series, focusing on the work of a missing persons unit. DS Sean Stone has a difficult manner which tends to alienate all those who work with him. But his unorthodox methods often hold the key to solving cases
|1||HDVideoOnly Connect (Part One)||New four-part crime thriller series, focusing on the work of a missing persons unit. DS Sean Stone has a difficult manner which tends to alienate all those who work with him, but his unorthodox methods could hold the key to finding a missing 16-year-old girl called Taylor. In order to examine a spate of teenage suicides, he is teamed up with missing persons analyst Ruth Hattersley. In spite of his initial misgivings, they learn to work together and Sean believes they have discovered a serial killer who is preying on vulnerable young people.||43:25||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoOnly Connect (Part Two)||Crime thriller series, focusing on the work of a missing persons unit. DS Sean Stone has a difficult manner which tends to alienate all those who work with him, but in this case his unorthodox methods could hold the key to finding missing 16-year-old Taylor Davis. As the net closes in on the killer, the search for Taylor takes an unexpected turn. Sean is forced to question his methods - and faces a shocking surprise about the killer's identity.||43:55||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoOff Radar (Part One)||Crime series. Sean is convinced he has found the third victim of convicted killer Leonard Vance. He gets a confession but Vance is unable to locate the body.||46:12||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoOff Radar (Part Two)||When Sean uncovers inconsistencies in Vance’s confession, he calls into question his guilt. And when another body turns up, he realises that Vance is just another victim, and the real killer is still on the loose.||46:13||£2.49||View in iTunes|
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great new direction.
This is good, another of those off beat style multi layered well acted and brilliantly written shows, that pop up now and then.
lots of character building ready to take place as the cornerstones have been laid in the first two episodes.
this is a winner.
Cant wait till next week . Its a must watch
utter drivel and insulting
I never write a review which is negative but i saw the very first episode and thought what a waste of talent. The central character was unbelievable and clearly presenting mental health issues. Yes there was a back story to his mh state but this series must come to an end. No more please.