'Broadchurch' creator Chris Chibnall and star David Tennant talk the reveal of Trish's rapist in the series finale and Hardy and Miller's future.
You don't want to miss the series finale of "Broadchurch," the premiere of "The Defenders," and the penultimate episode of "Game of Thrones" Season 7.
Creator Chris Chibnall and star David Tennant weigh in on the final season's eventful penultimate episode.
'Broadchurch' creator Chris Chibnall talks about Mark's confrontation with Joe Miller in the final season's sixth episode.
“Broadchurch” creator Chris Chibnall discusses Episode’s developments — and David Tennant talks Hardy’s date.
Episode 3 of Broadchurch's final season cast, to quote Olivia Colman's Miller, "a scarily wide net" of suspects for the rape of Trish Winterman.
Episode 2 of Broadchurch‘s final season raised more questions as Hardy (David Tennant) and Miller (Olivia Colman) truly began their investigation into the rape of Trish Winterman (Julie Hesmondhalgh). Why did Trish’s estranged husband, teacher Ian (Charlie Higson), refuse a DNA test and decide to do laundry and scrub mud off his shoes?
In 2015, television made us laugh, it made us cry, it made us text friends “OMG?!” There were so many incredible moments that we couldn’t stop talking about on Twitter, in the office kitchen, via Skype with our moms. Related: The 26 Best TV Episodes of 2015 There were hilarious musical numbers like “Pinot Noir” on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Kristen Wiig’s “Chandelier” dance at the Grammys. We stopped breathing for a few minutes during thrilling fights on Justified and Daredevil.
There’s no hiding that Yahoo TV editors remain hooked on BBC America’s Broadchurch — we did weekly postmortems for its second season. The show was crowned Best Mystery in our inaugural fan-voted awards for its second season, which actually posed two: Could someone we all saw confess to killing 11-year-old Danny Latimer at the end of Season 1 actually get off? Over the course of eight skillfully-scripted, beautifully-edited episodes, choices Hardy and DS Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman) had made in Season 1 — the consequences of which viewers had never even thought to consider — came back to bite them.
We came up with the categories; you chose the winners. Check out who — and what — took home the titles in the inaugural Yahooies, Yahoo TV's reader-voted awards honoring the best of the 2014-'15 TV season including summer shows.
The stars of "Broadchurch" talk about creator Chris Chibnall's writing and their first table read of Season 2 in this exclusive clip from the Season 2 DVD out May 12.
Executive producer Jane Featherstone takes us inside the Season 2 finale of "Broadchurch" — and creator Chris Chibnall's mind.
In the Season 2 finale of "Broadchurch," the verdict was delivered in Joe’s murder trial. The actor who plays the accused breaks down an emotional hour.
Executive producer Jane Featherstone breaks down key scenes from the second season's fourth episode as the Sandbrook case heats up — and explains the difference between British and American hotel rooms.
The new second season of "Broadchurch" on BBC America finds David Tennant and Olivia Colman being valiant and exhausted, bringing justice with the help of guest stars Charlotte Rampling and Marianne Jean-Baptiste.
"Broadchurch," 2013’s ultimate TV whodunit, returns to BBC America on March 4 for a second season that picks up with the trial of the man accused of murdering 11-year-old Danny Latimer. Here's your refresher.
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The makers and cast of the "Broadchurch" reboot "Gracepoint" have sworn till they are blue in the face that the British and American versions of the murder mystery are different enough to enjoy binging on both. But if you happened to be one of the few folks who caught last year's BBC America broadcast and Thursday night's premiere on Fox, contemplating who killed Danny a second time around might have left you with a severe case of dead-jà vu.