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For those lucky enough to get an early taste of it, there seems a con­sen­sus it will live up to all ex­pec­ta­tions with more than a shock plot twist or two. con­trib­u­tor Jane Mulk­er­rins, who was at the Ra­dio City Mu­sic Hall screen­ing in New York ear­lier this month, says: “Un­like some sea­son open­ers in years gone by, this eighth pre­miere con­tains no epic bat­tles or large-scale set pieces; but what vi­o­lence there is is dark, bru­tal and un­set­tling. That’s bal­anced out, how­ever, by a no­tice­ably lighter, more hu­mor­ous tone, with plenty of witty one-lin­ers.” For real trainspot­ters, don’t for­get to stay watch­ing for

which will air im­me­di­ately af­ter each much-an­tic­i­pated episode screens on Fox Show­case. IF there’s not enough death and de­struc­tion on

Fox­tel has slated April as crime month, with the com­plete boxed set of to drop from to­day. Star­ring Idris Elba (left) and Do­minic West ( and writ­ten by David Si­mons, it cap­tures gritty drug wars on the streets of Bal­ti­more.

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