Once in a while, there comes a show that includes all elements to be a “perfect” series. An accurate amount of suspense, thrill, action, humor, and romance can turn any series into a remarkable adventure. These shows force the viewers to continue with the series, knowing that it’s 5 in the morning and you need to sleep now. But the suspense forces you to do otherwise.
And then comes the most-hated moment for a series lover, the waiting time for the next episode, which was supposed to calm their never-ending curiosity about the upcoming twist of the story. Tom Edge’s latest police procedural series Vigil, which kept the audience glued to their screens, is one such show.
Vigil: What We Know?
Starring Suranne Jones, Rose Leslie, Shaun Evans, Paterson Joseph, and Martin Compston in the lead cast, Vigil narrates the tale of a sudden and mysterious disappearance of a fishing trawler in Scottish waters a shocking murder on a Vanguard-class, nuclear-powered submarine, HMS Vigil. Two shocking incidents, one after the other, bring the police and Royal Navy against each other in an attempt to solve the mystery.
The six-episode miniseries, which airs on BBC One, has been a smashing success in the US. The show garnered appreciation for its tight writing, impeccable screenplay, and great work by the cast. As per the critics, the show is an intriguing journey which is a masterstroke by Tom Edge in an old-fashioned, giving it an aggregate of 4.7 stars out of 5. The show completed four episodes on September 12, and the next episode is ready for its premiere on BBC One on September 19.
Vigil Episode 5: What We Know?
The last four episodes of Vigil showed the disappearance of a fishing trawler and murder on HMS Vigil, leading to police involvement in the case. As they proceed with their investigation, several new and surprising facts are revealed, leading to a conflict between Police, and Royal Navy, and British Security Services. The upcoming episode will reveal the impending danger on the crew of HMS Vigil. With no way to communicate, the crew must survive the threat on their own.
Meanwhile, Scottish police officers Amy and Kirsten try to discover the source of the threat on HMS Vigil. Will they succeed in their mission, or will they get caught in another danger? The upcoming episode of Vigil will have the answer.
Vigil is among those suspense shows that are well-equipped to keep its audience hooked to the screen. With an impeccable cast and witty writing, the show has been the talk of the town since its debut in August. The show is among the most loved shows on BBC One, with an average rating of 7.5 on IMDb. Within 4 episodes, the show has successfully gained a huge population and left the audience wanting more.
It will be interesting to see how the story moves forward and what twists await the viewers before the epic finale. Mark your calendars for the last episode before the finale on Sunday, September 19, and check out the site for more updates.