Intense drama with a few twists. Kinda leaves you in a cliff-hanger situation awaiting season two.
Really like it. Thot it was a tight and interesting script. Could relate but not so clever in getting even. But, she a MD and had lots of opportunities. Kept my interest.
A wonderful actress plays a completely unbelievable woman. The fault is in the writer who seems to base this character's ridiculous actions on a need to fill each episode with a story line. Somehow, though, she never has time to come her hair.
Another hit series! Characters all have depth and, like real people, none are all good or all bad. Enough going on to keep your attention. Originally just a miniseries, public demand has convinced them to continue it as a series. Yay!
I guess it's a thing - the subject of 2 videos and 1 novel I've checked out this month. Accomplished woman discovers her longterm relationship is a web of lies, goes crazy. Hey, I've been on this rodeo myself, but it never got this ugly. Dr Foster milks the melodrama out of her situation until you just want to throw something at her. She's dragged her child, friends, patients and just about the whole town through the mud - what could possibly be left for a season 2?
I really liked this and am looking forward to Series Two.
Suranne Jones is great as Rachael Bailey in Scott & Bailey. Doctor Foster sees her in a complete different type of a role.
A very engrossing psychological thriller. I actually watched it with my wife. This would definitely make some men (probably the cheating variety) feel very uncomfortable. It definitely draws you in. Binge worthy. I have list of other binge worthy UK TV series at https://jaybortnik.blogspot.ca/2016/08/watch-this-dvd.html
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