Incredibly we’re already at the halfway stage of Vigil – and the submarine-set series continues to stake its claim as one of BBC One’s best new thrillers in years. Tonight we were treated to another riveting, perfectly-paced episode that saw several new secrets come to light, continuing to ramp up the tension as Amy and Kirsten attempt to solve just what’s been going on in the titular submarine – and in the navy at large.
Radio Times on Vigil
This was big, brash television, designed to thrill, excite and terrify. To paraphrase the ad hoc eulogy given by Cmdr Newsome: it did its job. It did it well..”
The Guardian on Vigil
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