Undercover (2016– )
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Episode #1.4 

Nick fears Maya is getting close to discovering his secret and is forced to tell a devastating lie to protect himself. Maya continues her search for the missing witness and Julia makes a discovery.

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Jim O'Hanlon

Writers:

Peter Moffat (creator), Peter Moffat
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sophie Okonedo ... Maya Cobbina
Adrian Lester ... Nick Johnson
Daniel Ezra ... Dan Johnson
Shannon Hayes ... Ella Johnson
Vincent Regan ... Dominic Carter
Simon Tcherniak Simon Tcherniak ... Doctor Ferguson
Oliver Dimsdale ... Mark Neame
Tamara Lawrance ... Clem Johnson
Derek Riddell ... Paul Brightman
Mark Bonnar ... John Halliday
Alistair Petrie ... Robert Greenlaw
Danny Webb ... John Corrigan
Angel Coulby ... Julia Redhead
David Schofield ... Alex Brady
Cecilia Noble Cecilia Noble ... Mrs. Antwi
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As Maya recovers from a seizure Nick, encouraged by Brightman, tells her that he had had an affair with Abigail, claiming that they had been abused when they were in care together. Julia and colleague Alex Brady identify Abigail as the dead mystery woman in the papers and, though her editor tries to side-line her, Julia tells Maya, who then visits Aiden Rose, an officer who resigned after Michael's death and who confirms her suspicions. Nick is now anxious to reveal all to Maya but Maya does her own detective work as to his background and, whilst seeing Rudy Jones in Louisiana, receives a phone call which truly shocks her. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Thriller

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 April 2016 (UK) See more »

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Derek Riddell (Paul Brightman) & Daniel Ezra (Dan Johnson) also worked together on The Missing (2014) as Adam Gettrick & Daniel Reed respectively. See more »

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Undercover 4
4 May 2016 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

At the end of episode 3, Nick was going to tell Maya the truth. However Maya thinking that Nick was having an affair collapsed with a fit.

In this episode even though Nick has cleared the matter up regarding he and Abigail, his handler for some unfathomable reason wants to contain things by getting Nick to confess to Maya to an affair with Abigail. It makes no sense. Worse still the handler has forgotten to tell Nick that the story of Abigail's death is in the newspapers as it seems to be clear that writer Nick does not read the papers.

With Maya being diagnosed as epileptic and with her new job as the head of the DPP, I guess Nick telling her of his affair is going to cause more pressure, especially as he talks about Abigail in the present tense.

Maya now has doubts about Nick and starts to investigate his background. The authorities have put pressure on the editor of the newspaper to promote Julia to Royal Correspondent and get away from her current story. However a veteran journalist at the paper takes an interest in one of her investigations regarding the discovery of Abigail's body and who she really was.

This was an uneven episode. Again something tells me that this was a 4 part series that is being stretched out. The US set scenes of Rudy Jones in hospital just seemed superfluous to me.

It looked like Nick was going to tell all to Maya, now it looks like Maya is going to find out about him.


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