Reviews

‘…Gripping BBC drama…’

‘…Gripping BBC drama…’

Entertainment Weekly reviews, “Prepare for gullet slicing, blood spurting, cop-versus-cop conflict, and more blood spurting. We can’t get enough.”

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”Whitechapel” defies the odds…’

”Whitechapel” defies the odds…’

The RedEye put out by the Chicago Tribune claims, ”’Whitechapel’ defies the odds, however, rising above its cliches with solid writing, taut direction, evocative cinematography and great performances by Penry-Jones, Davis and Pemberton.”

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‘…Chilling, creepy and cool…’

‘…Chilling, creepy and cool…’

New York Post reviews, “The Brits know their crime dramas and this one is particularly chilling, creepy and cool…”

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‘…as good as before…’

‘…as good as before…’

Tish Wells of McClatchy Newspapers writes, “Viewers always wonder if a series will be as good the second time around. In the case of BBC America’s ‘Whitechapel,’ it is.”

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‘…it no longer becomes about copycat killings…’

‘…it no longer becomes about copycat killings…’

The Kansas City Star interviews ‘Whitechapel’ star Rupert Penry-Jones about his character Joseph Chandler’s growth and his relationship with his partner, Detective Sergeant Miles, played by Phil Davis.

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‘…wonderfully creepy…’

‘…wonderfully creepy…’

New York Post reviews Season 2, “…’Whitechapel’ goes further back in time…”

 

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‘…style, wit and great performances…’

‘…style, wit and great performances…’

The RedEye, put out by the Chicago Tribune, writes that Season 2 is “…fresh, yet familiar…”

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‘…not for the squeemish…’

‘…not for the squeemish…’

TV Guide writes ‘Whitechapel’ is, “like a British ‘Criminal Minds,’ albeit with a much more appealing sense of macabre wit in its appreciation for the history of Grand Guignol.”

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