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Whitechapel

Mar 28, 2012 10:00 PM

TV Network - BBC America

This new season of "Whitechapel" is going to feature six episodes and three cases.  We assume that means that each case will be two episodes, but a good police officer would never assume such things.  Making such assumptions leads one to miss Jack the Ripper when one has the chance to get Jack the Ripper.  The cases this season will actually occur beyond the basic confines of Whitechapel, although, we have been told that they will remain in London's East End.  If you're looking for some dark, disturbing crime-solving, "Whitechapel" is a good way to get it (we totally don't mean 'get it' in a 'you're going to get it and be murdered' kind of way... that's just too dark and disturbing).

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    Whitechapel

    Jan 09, 2013

    A fast-rising detective is posted to Whitechapel in order to lead an investigation into a woman's brutal murder; the members of the Whitechapel police force lament the fact that they are receiving a new DI who is lacking in experience.

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    Whitechapel

    May 02, 2012

    TV Network - BBC America

    The history of Whitechapel is the history of England.  Wait.  we have absolutely no idea if that's true, forget we said that.  Sure, it sounds good, but it really may in no way be accurate.  What we do know with a certainty is that the history of Whitechapel is absolutely and completely fascinating.  The series of the same name focuses on some pretty dark crime and has expanded outside of that particular neighborhood during the show's second season, but has that made the show itself any less fascinating?  We don't believe so.  Watch tonight as they solve (or fail to) one last crime.

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    Whitechapel

    Mar 28, 2012

    TV Network - BBC America

    This new season of "Whitechapel" is going to feature six episodes and three cases.  We assume that means that each case will be two episodes, but a good police officer would never assume such things.  Making such assumptions leads one to miss Jack the Ripper when one has the chance to get Jack the Ripper.  The cases this season will actually occur beyond the basic confines of Whitechapel, although, we have been told that they will remain in London's East End.  If you're looking for some dark, disturbing crime-solving, "Whitechapel" is a good way to get it (we totally don't mean 'get it' in a 'you're going to get it and be murdered' kind of way... that's just too dark and disturbing).

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