Satur­day

I Know Who You Are 9pm, BBC Four

Sunday Herald Life - - TELEVISION & RADIO -

H AVING sat through 10 hours of it dur­ing the sum­mer, many fans of this twisty Span­ish thriller were left scratch­ing their heads by a mys­te­ri­ous cliff-hang­ing fi­nal episode that left more than a few plot holes still to be re­solved. But tonight, here comes BBC Four jump­ing out of the wardrobe shout­ing “Sur-pri­i­i­i­i­ise – Gotcha!” as it turns out that there are ac­tu­ally still another whole six episodes of the se­ries left to go – only they didn’t bother putting them on at the time, be­cause THAT WOULD HAVE MADE SENSE. Iron­i­cally, you might dimly re­call, the show in­volves a pro­tag­o­nist suf­fer­ing from am­ne­sia, which is ex­actly how you’ll feel as, al­most four months on, you try to re­mem­ber the in­tri­ca­cies of who the hell is who and what the what is go­ing on. As we re­turn, an in­jured and un­con­scious Alicia faces a grisly end, Juan Elias is con­vinced Santi Mur is the cul­prit, and Sil­via hears news of the at­tack on TV … Nah, me nei­ther.

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