Wire in the Blood: The Complete Sixth Season (2009) Review
(More customer reviews)Robson Green is back in the sixth and from what I found out final season of the amazing Wire in the Blood series. I have always preferred the UK crime/mystery programming over the bland U.S. shows. Season 6 is just as gripping and tension filled as the previous five seasons. The crimes are just as bizarre, violent and twisted as the previous seasons and I absolutely love it. Green is perfect as Dr. Tony Hill and Simone Lahbib is great as DI Alex Fielding. If you have see the previous five seasons of Wire in the Blood then season 6 will be exactly what you expect......one of the best crime series I have ever seen.
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Based on the characters created by best-selling author Val McDermid
Dr. Tony Hill (Robson Green) is a clinical psychologist with an extraordinary understanding of the criminal mind. Working alongside Detective Inspector Alex Fielding (Simone Lahbib), Tony must race against time to profile and track down vicious killers before they strike again.
Disc 1: Unnatural Vices Dr. Tony Hill investigates what appears to be the honor killing of a young Kurdish woman. However, the site where the body was found yields remains of other victims and an even more gruesome motive for the crimes.
Disc 2:Falls the Shadow After several colleagues are murdered, Tony is arrested as the prime suspect. With time to ponder the ritualistic nature of the attacks, he finally finds a link with several recent prostitute killings.
Disc 3: From the Defeated Tony becomes absorbed in a bizarre chain of murders in which each perpetrator in turn becomes the next victim, but the unusual modus operandi – always involving the same gun – remains identical.
Disc 4: The Dead Land A killer starts dumping the bodies of homeless men in the financial district of Bradfield, leaving little evidence behind. Meanwhile, Tony fails to foresee the threat to his own life from a mysterious stalker.