Bloodlands, episode two review: Groaning under the weight of its own plot

Dour and self-serious, James Nesbitt’s Northern Irish police officer has all the intrigue of a Where’s Wally? puzzle, and the ‘cop with a tragic past’ shtick feels as tired here as ever ...


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