#Broadchurch: Your 140 character reviews of episode two
#Broadchurch was trending last night as David Tennant, Olivia Colman, Will Mellor and Arthur Darvill took to our screens for the second instalment of the eight-part murder mystery.
Irritation broke out about not knowing who the perpetrator was, and having to wait another six weeks to find out.
Popular speculation included the Dad being in a secretive relationship with the vicar and the Dad having an affair in the hut where his fingerprints were found. But on the whole people thought the Mark Latimer was too obvious a suspect.
Ant and Dec were to blame for hundreds of tweets in reply to their message that they were loving the show, and even some of you admitted ITV was getting better thanks to the drama.
A number of women were also taken by the way Tennant pronounced “murder” in a Scottish accent.
Arthur Darvill as a vicar and Will Mellor as a psychic? Crazy casting on #Broadchurch—p Dan Owen (@danowen79) March 11, 2013
something going on between the dad and the vicar deffo #Broadchurch—p Vagin O (@vagin_o) March 11, 2013
Is it just me that gets the point of David Tennants character being called Hardy in Dorset, tortured man, #broadchurch—p April Gibbs-Thorn (@agib1204) March 11, 2013
Really like #Broadchurch but major flaw as kids can not do a morning paper round at 11.— Jo (@joxx13) March 11, 2013
my mum doesnt reckon the caravan woman on #broadchurch killed him cos she has a labrador— вєη Δ✞ℓ▲У (@benvsfood) March 11, 2013
#Broadchurch is just a standard Agatha Christie set up but with insufferable pretensions and a clunking script.— Briefcase Michael (@BriefcaseMike) March 11, 2013
I love Olivia Coleman.She's just class in everything she does.Never seen her be less than awesome. #broadchurch.—h Caroline Hooton (@carolinehooton) March 11, 2013
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