we hunt together review | we hunt together rating
Eve Myles and Babou Ceesay assume the roles of the investigators assigned to this perplexing case. Additionally, there's a captivating documentary on the awe-inspiring Wonders of the World that elude our sight. Here are the top picks for your evening entertainment.
we hunt together review
The enthralling crime drama featuring an unlikely detective duo pursuing a malevolent pair of serial killers continues. As Baba (Dipo Ola) and Freddy (Hermione Corfield) venture into the countryside to dispose of a body, an unsuspecting local resident crosses their path - a grave mistake, my friend, even if Baba has vowed never to take another life. Meanwhile, back in London, Lola (Eve Myles) and Jackson (Babou Ceesay) diligently interrogate individuals connected to Freddy. - Hollie Richardson
Supermarkets Unwrapped: The Vegan Aisle
Tune in to Channel 4 at 8pm for a comforting and enjoyable experience of vicariously browsing supermarket aisles. This episode takes you on a delightful journey through a vegan wonderland, providing the perfect Monday evening escape. Witness Kate Quilton's demonstration of milking an oat, Helen Lawal's exploration of Tesco's plant-based burgers, and Briony May Williams whipping up a delectable vegan quiche. - Hannah Verdier
Long Lost Family
Join the emotional rollercoaster ride of this series that reunites long-lost relatives who were once torn apart by estrangement or adoption. Sara embarks on an arduous quest to find her birth family, leading to a complex yet heartwarming revelation. Meanwhile, Nicky Campbell embarks on a transatlantic journey to the United States, where a mother reunites with her son after an agonizing separation spanning nearly six decades. - Hannah J Davies
The Righteous Gemstones
Prepare for a trip down memory lane as Danny McBride's razor-sharp comedy delves into the past of a family of avaricious American televangelists. Set in the year 2000, this episode sees the Gemstone offspring indulging in some mischief with a monster truck, while patriarch Eli (John Goodman) and a pre-prison Peter (Steve Zahn) clash over a failed scheme involving the sale of "Y2K survival buckets." - Graeme Virtue
Blind comedian Chris McCausland embarks on a captivating adventure exploring some of the world's most breathtaking tourist attractions, with the grand finale taking place at the majestic Niagara Falls ("it's a magnificent cascade of water," he jests). Accompanied by Liza Tarbuck, their itinerary includes indulging in poutine and braving the exhilarating whitewater rapids. - Katie Rosseinsky
we hunt together rating
The initial murder depicted in the new Showtime mystery series, We Hunt Together, presents no moral quandaries. The victim, whose life is abruptly extinguished by a knife thrust into the base of his skull, is a would-be rapist whose survival would have jeopardized Baba's (Dipo Ola) chances of gaining asylum, as he awaits approval from British immigration authorities due to his past as a child soldier in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. However, each subsequent killing becomes increasingly difficult to rationalize.
This constant subversion of expectations is one of the few methods employed by writer Gaby Hull to sustain the show's narrative momentum. However, as the audience is repeatedly caught off guard, interest in the characters and their ultimate fates wanes. This six-part thriller, teeming with pulpy twists and turns, previously aired on the Alibi channel in the UK earlier this summer. The story revolves around Baba's ill-fated romance with Freddy (Hermione Corfield), a young woman who takes perverse pleasure in manipulating her new boyfriend into committing heinous acts against those who have wronged her, including their initial target, whose assault on Freddy was thwarted by Baba.