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Dec 23, 2021 - Present




Drama / Crime




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A British procedural drama following a DCI who investigates military related crimes.

In Season 1, when a crew member is found dead aboard the HMS Vigil nuclear submarine, Detective Chief Inspector Amy Silva suspects foul play despite it initially being ruled an accidental overdose.

The Scotland police investigate further, but must do so while the sub stays on patrol. When the crew close ranks in the face of questioning, a new threat overshadows the inquiry.

Comments (7)

03/13/24 at 11:10am

Overall, the show is OK; a bit frustrating as the Detectives don't appear to be armed, which might be normal for the UK in real life, although I wouldn't know. Rose Leslie (Kirsten) is probably actually pregnant in real-life during this season.
03/13/24 at 11:04am

I'm now watching S2E2. The Detectives are now investigating a joint Royal Air Force and defense contractor incident with a number of fatalities occurred after four drones fired on and killing 7 personnel.
This is the UK/Scotland and things may be different. In the U.S., the USAF's "OSI" would be involved and perhaps the lead, although now there was a murder off-base of a defense contractor employee and the Detectives being shot at off-base with the suspect escaping; all seemingly related.
03/12/24 at 01:15pm

I'm watching S1E2 right now and so far it's interesting to me. Frustrating as likely the Royal Navy Police, more equivalent to NCIS in the U.S., instead of the civilian Scotland Police, would/should be handling a death/murder on-board an operating submarine.

I'm really liking the main characters (S. Jones and R. Leslie). At S1E2 (spoiler), I'm more interested in who attacked Longacre (played by Leslie) more than who was the murderer on-board the Vigil.

Also, what pulled that trawler down in S1E1? 4 episodes for me for S1 to go.
11/18/22 at 04:58pm

It has been renewed for a 2nd season!
12/23/21 at 02:33pm

I watched this earlier in the year when it was on the BBC in the UK, it's shocking, the acting is wooden, the whole premise is full of wholes and the plot is stupid
Big NIck
12/23/21 at 07:48am

I enjoyed this when it came out earlier this year on the BBC.
Steve S.
12/23/21 at 03:26am

Has a scifi feel but I see it's not scifi. Might try if it wasn't on peacock.

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