BROADCHURCH: All good things……

Will Joe walk free?

AS the saying goes, all good things must come to and end, and unfortunately for us, it looks like Broadchurch isn’t coming back for a third series..

BUT do we want it to? This second series has been an emotional roller-coaster and in my opinion, just as good as the first one, despite what reviewers say.

Last night’s cliffhanger was jaw-droppingly good, and of course true Broadchurch style to leave us hanging on until next week. I could almost hear everyone scream at the television in equal despair, making us wait to find out Joe’s fate.

So happy for Jocelyn, on finally admitting her feeling for Maggie and being brave enough to say what appears to have been bottled up inside of her for years. Fortunately, she must have had years of dealing with stubborn lawyers and I’m guessing that’s why she hasn’t slapped Sharon yet.

I’m still curious to know what happened to her son, but I have a feeling that he is not all sweet and innocent as she is making him out to be.

Will the Latimer’s stay together? The more Beth ponders whether to stay with Mark, the more I’m unsure of it as well. Perhaps her finding out about the letter was too much for her, and the last thing she needs is more stress with her situation.

Claire is just as frustrating as always, and personally I found it hard to feel sorry for her when Ashworth dragged her by her hair and almost drowned her in that cold-looking Broadhcurch sea.

At least she seems to be seeking help and a better life for herself, and giving the pendant away was a good choice on her behalf, for a change! But what is she hiding and what secret is Lee hiding for her?

Hardy appears to be on top form, let’s hope he stays this way, with only one more episode to go, surely he can hang on can’t he? I don’t think I ca handle another David Tenannt style death! ( Yes, I remember his doctor’s regeneration like it was yesterday, and I still well up…)

Ellie seems to be in full swing, so that’s one less to worry about. I cannot wait to find out what happened to these poor Sandbrook girls and to see Joe sent her down (crossing everything!)

What is the meaning of the bluebells? Will Hardy and Miller crack the Sandbrook case and will the writers let it be a rare happy ending and let everyone move on from this tragedy?

Phillip Schofield ‏tweeted: ‘Aaaaaaaaarrghhhh!!!! #Broadchurch

Manon Medi asked: ‘NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! #Broadchurch how could you!!!’

heat and heat ‘Fuming Broadchurch! Tell us now!!! #Broadchurch

Jane Hollier Brown: ‘Sitting on the couch until the next ep of #Broadchurch as a protest against nail-biting cliffhangers’.

David Thomas said: ‘Last year I had worked it out by now and I was right. This year I haven’t got a clue #broadchurch

Ben Conway stated: ‘Joe Miller will be found innocent and is then murdered. Season 3 in the bag! #Broadchurch


BROADCHURCH: But what does it all mean??

BETRAYAL: How will Beth and Mark cope with the new revelations?

WHAT a fantastic episode last night!

As if Alec wasn’t under enough pressure, but to undergo a huge operation like that, amongst so much drama, it’s a wonder that man hasn’t keeled over – again!

With only two more to go until we find out who did it, there are still so many questions left up in the air!

Is Claire behind the murders and what was her relationship with the girls? When will Joe take responsibility for his actions and will Beth and Mark cope with the new revelations uncovers in court?

So it was Claire that stole the pendant! She has so many secrets, goodness knows how she is keeping them all in! Has Lee blackmailed her? He clearly has some hold on her, and I can’t wait to find out what!

Paul has finally seen the light and realised that Joe is just trying to palm off his guilt on frankly anyone who had a motive or was near poor Danny at the time . And Joe didn’t exactly put up a fight did he? Put him in the witness box is what I say, and let Jocelyn unravel the truth that the courtroom is so desperate know.

The Latimer’s really need to pull together during this tough time or at least pretend to be there for each other, and then decide to break up if that’s the best thing.

I’m glad that Tom’s lies on the witness stand was the final push Ellie needed to give him a good and much needed telling off. They should stick together, and keep united as a family through tough times. If they can make it through this, they can make it through anything!

I don’t know how much more I can take, let alone poor Beth! Her son murdered, her husband’s affair, the new daughter she didn’t want and now hearing that Mark was going to leave her! There’s only two more episodes until Broadchurch comes to an end, and I hope for Beth’s sake, and poor Danny, the case is wrapped up and justice prevails.

With the final episode drawing nearer, Broadchurch fans take to social media to voice their opinions:

Phillip Schofield said: “Well!!!! @TeamEveMyles you didn’t tell us THAT!

Shelley Draper tweeted: “Whilst watching Broadchurch, I try to work out who *didn’t* do it’ morning!! I’m totally gripped by broadchurch how many episodes left in series 2! I don’t want it to end.. So many unanswered questions!

Sophie commented: “What an emosh episode of broadchurch last night!”

Maiike said: “Broadchurch, Broadchurch, Broadchurch on my mind…”

Elena Davies tweeted: “Broadchurch is making me do all the crying this morning.”

BROADCHURCH: So many questions, so little time!


FOR me, Broadchurch is possibly the best thing about Mondays but must they insist on taking us on an emotional rollercoaster ride during every episode?

I read online that one reviewer said the episode was the weakest one of them all so far, and I have to disagree. It may not have been as fats-paced or a non-stop drama thriller, but it did leave us asking more questions and revealed more secrets about the new characters that we are desperate to know!

Where to begin? Again, poor poor Ellie. It’s really bothering me that Tom is blaming his mother and disrespects her in that tone of voice.

And that hugged looked painful, it clearly took everything in her not to breakdown in the living room. Thank God for Fred! She may be a mess right now, but Ellie is dedicated to her sons and wouldn’t let them go for good without a good fight.

At least she threw herself into the Sandbrook murder case and picked up on something useful that Hardy missed, and that furnace we saw at the end of the episode was horrific. I think it might be what we think it is too.. Not good.

Shaun Dooley is playing a great part with Ricky. What is his problem with Lee, as the brief flashback showed us that they were friends..

I’m not sure if I believe he was having an affair with Lisa, but there could have been something there or possibly with Ashworth.. So hard to tell when Broadchurch gives you a little something and then quickly snatches it away leaving us confused but excited to find out more.

And what did Sharon Bishop’s son do to land him in prison? No wonder she is angry all the time and determined to help other criminals escape from prison!

I was glad to see Jocelyn tear Susan Wright to pieces in court, how dare she try and blame the police or her son on Danny’s murder!

Poor Nige, we know he’s innocent! Leave him alone, Susan!

One of the many conversations that triggered my curiosity was that of Jocelyn and Mark’s on the cliff. Why did she bring up the fact that an hour is missing from Mark’s account on the night of Danny’s death? Let’s hope they don’t tear him apart on the witness stand, we all know he has a temper..

And poor Paul the vicar. He should never have visited Joe in prison and now he’s being almost blackmailed into being a character witness for him? Now there’s an awkward situation for you..

Claire is starting to annoy me. Is there anyone she hasn’t slept with by now? Does she even have a role in the Sandbrook murders or is she just as blind as the rest of us?

With just three episodes to go, there are so many unanswered questions and so much to wrap up, I really hope it reveals all and we aren’t left in the dark, because there can’t be a Broadhchurch series 3….. Can there?

One again, Twitter was buzzing last night with Broadchurch tweets:

Theodora Wayte said: ‘Claire is rather annoying – I wouldn’t be sad to see the end of her.’

Jaz asked: ‘Why have I never watched broadchurch before?’

Lynda said: ‘Don’t care what the critics or sceptics say about Broadchurch. I’m loving it.#Broadchurch

Ana commented: ‘PROTECT ELLIE MILLER AT ALL COSTS #Broadchurch