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"Luther: Season 2"
John A. Reese
Studio: BBC/Warner Brothers
TV - Series
Release Date:
October 25th, 2011
Special Features:

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Luther is about a troubled yet brilliant English police detective, DCI John Luther. He is a very intelligent, complex, and highly emotional man who always puts his job of solving serial killer cases before anything else. However, his obsessive dedication with solving cases is a gift and a curse for him. At the start of this season he is in a strange sense of delusion. Last season he was accused of murdering his wife, but ended up being innocent. Now he is in charge of the city's Serious and Serial Crime Unit, and the branch is perfect for his unorthodox methods of solving crimes. The quality is just as good as the first season and Idris Elba still shines as John Luther, the tormented, genius detective living in London. The main problem with this set is that there are only four episodes. These four episodes are excellent, but season one had six episodes.

Special Features:

Unfortunately there are no special features on this set. It would have been nice to see some good special features for this great show. -----

Final Words:

Luther is an excellent show, but I wish there had been more material on this set. The lack of extras hurt its replay value, but it is still worth picking up for fans of the show.


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