Broadchurch is coming back!

Broadchurch is back.

And how. Hopefully this series of trailers will work across territories, but I’ve got goosebumps just sharing them with you.

The End Is Where It Begins…

 

 

 

It’s slated for January of next year. I can’t wait.

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16 Responses to Broadchurch is coming back!

  1. YES. Holy crap yes. I love this show. I am very excited for it’s return. I am also a little sad because I had the luck of finding really high quality files of the first series online and I doubt that will happen again. Broadchurch really should be watched in the highest quality. It’s just so damn pretty (and haunting).

    • gnidrah says:

      🙂 Fingers crossed. I am super-excited on many levels, but on a personal one, part of a show I worked on is meant to be in the new Broadchurch, just in the background while a character is having breakfast! Let’s hope we haven’t been left on the cutting room floor…!

  2. Welp, better prepare myself to be emotionally destroyed again.

    (Is Gracepoint still happening? That whole situation will never stop being bizarre to me.)

    • gnidrah says:

      Has it been successful in the USA? I don’t think it has been shown here yet, but I’d still be interested to try it. Although, given everyone says it’s pretty much a straight remake, perhaps there’s no point?

      • I just looked it up, and the ratings are pretty terrible. I haven’t watched it, so I don’t know if it’s any good, but from what I’ve heard, it’s basically a shot-for-shot remake, which just seems so strange.

        • summerestherson says:

          It’s definitely still happening. My mom is watching it even though I TOLD her to watch Broadchurch instead (it’s on BBCAmerica On Demand!) I’ve been meaning to ask her who she thinks the killer is though.

  3. Commentatrix says:

    But how will David Tennant juggle his responsibilities playing the same role in two different accents?

  4. flanny says:

    I am already a sobbing mess.

  5. catweazle says:

    If they are looking for ways to one-up the first season I have some ideas:

    Broadchurch 2: Now With Even More Child Molestation
    Broadchurch 2: Danny’s Ghost Murders Ellie’s Son
    Broadchurch 2: An Old Man With A Shady Past Whose Life Gets Ruined Is Played By An Actor Who Has Played Only Lovable Characters Before
    Broadchurch 2: This Time The Priest Actually Is A Pervert
    Broadchurch 2: The Murderer Isn’t Your Husband This Time But Maybe It Is Your Child Or Your Long Lost Twin
    Broadchurch 2: The Mystery Doesn’t Get Solved And Everybody Is Suspicious Of Everybody Forever

  6. old man fatima says:

    YES^infinity for this, but seriously how is it going to work? It’s obviously the same town. The whole point of it being in this town is that nothing bad ever happens there. If there’s a gruesome mystery each season, that kind of defeats the purpose. If there isn’t a gruesome mystery each season, there will be no show. Which obviously also defeats the purpose. Far as I can tell, these are our options:

    1: new mystery in the same town and for some reason they still use the detectives who were removed for medical leave and I assume sent on a semi-permanent mental health leave, respectively.
    2: new mystery in a different town but for some reason they still call the show Broadchurch and they still use the detectives who were removed for medical leave and I assume sent on a semi-permanent mental health leave, respectively.
    3: no mystery, but the show just keeps chronicling how the town deals with what happened, and this becomes more of a soap opera than a mystery/detective show, and for some reason the detective who was removed for medical leave and the detective who I assume was sent on a semi-permanent mental health leave decided to stick around this town that has nothing for one and only terrible memories and mistrust for the other.
    4: it turns out this very personal killing was related to some sort of larger crime ring and now they have to investigate that, so it makes sense to use the detectives who were removed for medical leave and I assume sent on a semi-permanent mental health leave, respectively. But it makes zero sense that the very personal killing would be related to anything else at all.
    5: the entire season is just the detectives filing the paperwork from the case, and occasionally checking in with the detectives who were removed for medical leave and I assume sent on a semi-permanent mental health leave, respectively.

    • I’m ok with any of these options.

    • gnidrah says:

      I don’t know! If we can infer anything from the trailers, and I don’t know that we can, then why are they on the white cliffs of Dover? Broadchurch was meant to be Dorset, which is the other side of the country. Whatever happens, I’m interested to find out if it’s remotely possible to live up to the hype of series one.

  7. mrsberesford says:

    I totally missed Series 1 and am so excited to now know how I will be spending the Christmas holidays! Watching rural Brits investigate and cope with the devastating after-effects of murder, as the infant Savior himself intended.

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