Really tempted to go for 3-star. But how could I? It's Beeb and there has to be respect.
I appreciate the intention and effort of depicting millennial London lives. But what annoys me is that the show managed to film a modern London that out-glamours Upper-East Manhattan. It's flashiness is so exhausting that Strictly in comparison feels like a Sunday afternoon stroll in the countryside. And this is not even the worst offense. Think the storyline of Sherlock Series 3 is bad enough? Think again. And ask yourself how likely it is that two new-to-the-job police officers become the pillars and centre of taking down big Corps and international oligarchs? And they don't even have the ficticious intellectual prowess of Sherlock's to automatically see everything out of thin air or a brother running the British government. Again, the playwrights at BBC are enjoying themselves too much to realise that they have made superheroes out of their main characters. What happened to BBC's theme of "the only fortress that holds the fire from the gritty reality generated by human nature is human nature"?