Lewis, Series 6HD
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Stories in this series include Generation of Vipers where a deviant dating website holds the clues to a violent murder; solving a literary riddle becomes a dangerous obsession in Soul of a Genius, and the duo return to academia when a visiting don is found strangled in his room in The Indelible Stain. In the fourth instalment, Fearful Symmetry, the death of a babysitter leads the detectives into the diverse worlds of Oxford's squats and swinging suburbia.
|1||HDVideoThe Soul of Genius||When botanist Liv Nash accidentally digs up the body of the recently buried Murray Hawes, Lewis and||1:29:06||£2.49||View In iTunes|
|2||HDVideoGeneration of Vipers||Super intelligent, but incredibly lonely professor Miranda Thornton is devastated when she discovers||1:27:37||£2.49||View In iTunes|
|3||HDVideoFearful Symmetry||When babysitter Jessica Lake is discovered dead, Lewis and Hathaway are drawn into diverse new||1:29:06||£2.49||View In iTunes|
|4||HDVideoThe Indelible Stain||When controversial American academic, Paul Yelland, is invited to speak at Oxford's Department of||1:28:17||£2.49||View In iTunes|
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Some of the best TV acting you will see. Very detailed, with depth of character, chemistry between Whatley and Fox so natural.
TV at its best
I was concerned that, now into its sixth series, the writing and acting would begin to go downhill, but I'm delighted to see that it hasn't.
I'll take issue with rverity (17th May) over one point- Lewis is better than Morse, imho. I could never imagine Morse as a junior officer coming up through the ranks but we've seen Lewis all the way, and the relationship between him and Hathaway is much more finely drawn (and believable) than it ever was between Morse and Lewis.
Definitely one of the top programmes on TV, regardless of channel or genre.
As always Lewis bring the touch of the special in each story. Beautiful views over Oxford. My favourite show after inspector Morse. British TV at it's best.