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The water-cooler hit of the decade was a madcap thriller that hid a frank message behind its gleefully over-the-top facade

The was that rarest of things: a pure adrenaline jolt of entertainment. For a few weeks in the autumn this six-part series from Jed Mercurio, the king of the out-of-nowhere twist, dominated conversation to such an extent that no other show stood a chance.

In part that was down to the bravura opening, which introduced us to tormented protagonist David Budd (played by a brooding Richard Madden – who some claim used the role as a ), an army veteran with PTSD now working as a police officer, as he attempted to talk a would-be suicide bomber (Anjli Mohindra) out of blowing up a packed train.

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The 50 best TV shows of 2018: No 3 – Bodyguard


The Guardian
31 d ago

bodyguard drama culture television & radio television richard madden keeley hawes jed mercurio

The water-cooler hit of the decade was a madcap thriller that hid a frank message behind its gleefully over-the-top facade

The was that rarest of things: a pure adrenaline jolt of entertainment. For a few weeks in the autumn this six-part series from Jed Mercurio, the king of the out-of-nowhere twist, dominated conversation to such an extent that no other show stood a chance.

In part that was down to the bravura opening, which introduced us to tormented protagonist David Budd (played by a brooding Richard Madden – who some claim used the role as a ), an army veteran with PTSD now working as a police officer, as he attempted to talk a would-be suicide bomber (Anjli Mohindra) out of blowing up a packed train.

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