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November Has Come 

Holly's curiosity reveals the uncomfortable truth about Gabe's undercover past and her probing unwittingly leads to his two worlds colliding. Increasingly on edge, Raza reacts aggressively ... See full summary »

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Jonny Campbell
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paddy Considine ... Gabe Waters
Nabhaan Rizwan ... Raza Shar
Bel Powley ... Holly Morten
Arsher Ali ... Imran Aziz
Reiss Jeram Reiss Jeram ... Nasir Shar
Fehinti Balogun Fehinti Balogun ... Officer Cooper
Jordan Coulson Jordan Coulson ... Lukasz
Steve Garti ... David Williams
Tarik Mesfun ... Farook Sayeed
Darrell D'Silva ... Igli Gramos
Terry Perkins Terry Perkins ... Jim
Nikola Djuricko ... Lorik Gramos
Mass Nokhas Mass Nokhas ... Zakir Ravia
Arinzé Kene ... Sal Brahimi
Kaine Zajaz ... Akash Williams
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Holly's curiosity reveals the uncomfortable truth about Gabe's undercover past and her probing unwittingly leads to his two worlds colliding. Increasingly on edge, Raza reacts aggressively to Akash's growing influence on Nasir, whilst his family are caught up in the maelstrom of his double life. A new lead opens CTSU up to a line of investigation that puts Raza directly in the line of fire. Written by AnonymousB

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break in | jail | boxing gym | cctv | gun | See All (21) »

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
Performed by Dusty Springfield
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November Has Come
16 November 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Episode 5 really did step up a gear in pacing and action. It is the best episode so far.

We get more details of the Cafe 66 shooting and particularly about one of the dead victims which came as a shock.

Holly goes up north to find out more about Gabriel's activities with the far right. A woman in the pub recorded footage of Gabriel who did not actually end up beating the Asian pizza delivery guy but the fascists thugs in the pub.

The woman a pub singer who also works behind the bar was close to Gabriel or Charlie as she knew him as when he was undercover. She does her own digging and finds out where Gabriel lives and introduces herself to his family.

Raza has to introduce Faisal the undercover cop to a boxing gym, the person running it called Big Shot is a terrorist suspect. However Faisal puts a foot wrong leading to devastating consequences with Raza being locked up.

It is setting up nicely for the finale especially as younger brother Nasir is getting radicalised.


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