Netflix viewers were thrilled with Stephen Graham’s new series “Bodies” after the series hit screens on Thursday morning.
Based on the stunning graphic novel by C. Spencer, the new series centers around four detectives, four timelines, and one body.
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Hours after the series was revealed on the streaming giant, Twitter was flooded, with fans describing the show as a “weird, clever, beautiful, time-bending mystery”, while others admitted they were watching the “amazing” show just hours after its release.
“Last month, I was invited to watch exactly one episode of Bodies, the new Netflix series based on the graphic novel, and I’ve thought about it every day since,” the users wrote. It’s finally out today, and I’m so happy..
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The tweet translates to: “Everything went very well in the first episode of #Bodies.” The miniseries has all the necessary conditions to become an instant classic, you just have to continue to follow the path as I did with this introduction.
Set across the period from 1890 to 2053, ‘Bodies’ is a crime thriller that sees the same murder occur multiple times over the course of 150 years.
The show is written by Paul Tomalin Police procedural with a twist.
When a body – the same body – is found in Longharvest Lane in the East End of London in 1890, 1941, 2023 and 2053, one detective from each period must investigate.
Drawing connections across the decades, investigators soon discover that their investigations are interconnected, and mysterious political leader Elias Mannix (Steven) becomes increasingly central.
Questions are raised – as viewers wonder did he have a role in the murder? Or is there something more sinister at play?
To solve the mystery, the four detectives must somehow team up and uncover a conspiracy spanning more than 150 years.
Stephen got his big break in 2000 when he starred as Tommy in Snatch before landing his breakout role as Andrew ‘Combo’ Gascoigne in the 2006 film This Is England.
OBE has since enjoyed breakout success in ITV drama Little Boy Blue, BBC drama Line Of Duty and as Andy Jones in 2021 film Boiling Point.
Steven is joined by an all-star cast, including unconventional Netflix star Shira Haas, who plays future detective DS Iris Maplewood.
She will be joined by The Queen’s Gambit’s Jacob Fortune-Lloyd as DS Charles Whiteman and The Sandman star Amaka Okafor who plays DS Shahara Hasan.
Completing the line-up of detectives like DI Alfred Hillinghead is Kyle Soller who is best known for his role in the BBC drama Poldark.
The series is full of suspense and anticipation, and is set to keep viewers on the edge of their seats as the truth unfolds.
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