Prime­time

Har­riet is des­per­ate to find an­swers and in­creas­ingly feel­ing like a pawn in a sin­is­ter game

TV Soap - - Prime Time -

Har­riet is devastated by the mur­der of her ex-hus­band Kim but her anger con­tin­ues to drive her re­lent­less pur­suit of the po­lit­i­cal con­spir­acy. Find­ing out the truth be­hind the gut­ted body by the lake, Sabine Hobbs’s horri c protest in Beijing and De­fence Min­is­ter Mal Pax­ton’s con­nec­tions to China re­main Har­riet’s fo­cus.

Warn­ings to back off have come at Har­riet (Anna Torv) from ev­ery an­gle, from Australian in­tel­li­gence to the po­lice and her col­leagues. But a clue left just for her, point­ing to some­thing big, has kept this de­ter­mined po­lit­i­cal re­porter go­ing. Now her trail has gone cold and she’s on thin ice at the news­pa­per, where she has been given her nal warn­ing.

To keep her ed­i­tor on side, Har­riet needs a big story and thinks there might be some­thing to the pres­ence of De­fence cars and in­tel­li­gence of­fi­cers in the Prime Min­is­ter’s court­yard. Har­riet does what­ever it takes to get the story, call­ing in favours and us­ing mul­ti­ple tac­tics. SE­CRET CITY

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