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Vigil
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Title

Vigil

Year released

2021

Genres

Crime, Drama, Mystery

Synopsis

The mysterious disappearance of a Scottish fishing trawler and a death on-board a Trident nuclear submarine bring the police into conflict with the Navy and British security services.

Seasons

  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Suranne Jones
  • Rose Leslie
  • Adam James
How are you with confined spaces? If you're unsure, new drama Vigil is about to help you find out.

Revolving around an investigation aboard a nuclear submarine, the series was written and created by Bafta-nominated writer Tom Edge and made by the same people behind hits like Line of Duty and Bodyguard.

It also has a great cast and an irresistible premise, so we're anticipating Vigil to make waves (cue applause) among crime fans.

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When does Vigil come out?

Vigil premiered in Australia on Monday 30 August. The series consists of 6 episodes. Episode 2 will be available the next day. After that, episodes will drop weekly each Monday until the finale on 27 September.

  • Episode 1: Monday 30 August
  • Episode 2: Tuesday 31 August
  • Episode 3: Monday 6 September
  • Episode 4: Monday 13 September
  • Episode 5: Monday 20 September
  • Episode 6: Monday 27 September

Finder's review of Vigil episode 1 and 2

Finder was lucky enough to attend a pre-screening of the first two episodes of Vigil back in June 2021. Finder's global streaming publisher Aaron McAllister said: "Very similar to Mare of Easttown, the first episode of Vigil was mostly slow.

"A lot of time was spent on trying to set the story without much happening. Being honest most will spend the first episode thinking the show will be as entertaining as the reality of spending 9 months stuck on a submarine (about as fun as 10 weeks in lockdown).

"But once you make it through to the end of the second episode things change. There's a whole lot more to Vigil than just the submarine. In fact you'll be at risk of whiplash from how quickly you turn to the person you're watching with to explain how you think you've cracked the case."

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