Crime Scene - - NEWS - An­dre Paine

All good things come to an end, as they say. Which is why Crime Scene is mark­ing the con­clu­sion of BROADCHURCH with our fea­ture on the third and fi­nal series. As well as join­ing the cast by the sea­side, we learned about the cloak-and-dag­ger mea­sures em­ployed to pro­tect the show from plot leaks. But while some he­roes reach the end of the road, oth­ers just keep on go­ing. So this is­sue we salute en­dur­ing char­ac­ters and their cre­ators: RE­BUS and IAN

RANKIN, HARRY BOSCH and MICHAEL CON­NELLY, and DR. KAY SCAR­PETTA and PA­TRI­CIA CORN­WELL. Plus, Jane Ten­ni­son’s back in the PRIME SUS­PECT 1973 pre­quel, and we cel­e­brate 30 years of MORSE on screen.

But as we’re get­ting all emo­tional over the fi­nal case on Broadchurch, this month the team and I have cho­sen our top TV end­ings. I’ve gone for THE SO­PRA­NOS’ hotly de­bated diner scene. Does Tony die? Or does he just or­der an­other bowl of onion rings? You’ve got to ad­mire a show that bows out in such enig­matic style. En­joy the is­sue!

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