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The sharp, witty and enigmatic DI Annika Strandhed, as she heads up a new specialist Marine Homicide Unit (MHU) that is tasked with investigating the unexplained, brutal, and seemingly unfathomable murders.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Annika

Annika - S1E6

#1 - Episode 6


Season 1 - Episode 6

A young woman murdered on the Glasgow docks hits the team hard when Michael's brother is named as the next of kin.

The episode was rated from 127 votes.

Annika - S1E4

#2 - Episode 4


Season 1 - Episode 4

The team are called in when writer Cara Gibson is found dead under a bridge. Her books ruined careers and left a lot of lives in tatters, but which of these people would be driven to murder?

The episode was rated from 138 votes.

Annika - S1E3

#3 - Episode 3


Season 1 - Episode 3

When the body of a scientist is found in Loch Katrine, Annika is reminded of Ibsen's Enemy of the People. But with so many wanting him dead, which one did he push over the edge?

The episode was rated from 133 votes.

Annika - S1E2

#4 - Episode 2


Season 1 - Episode 2

When a body is found on a boat in the Clyde, the case takes the team to the Isle of Bute. Evidence points to a jilted lover, but a darker secret emerges as the team investigate.

The episode was rated from 137 votes.

Annika - S1E5

#5 - Episode 5


Season 1 - Episode 5

Annika and the team are tasked with solving the death of a man 'everybody loved', who was thrown in the river from a party boat.

The episode was rated from 130 votes.

Annika - S1E1

#6 - Episode 1


Season 1 - Episode 1

On her first day in the new role, Annika and the team are called in to solve the murder of a man found in the Clyde, a harpoon piercing his head. The investigation leads them to the victim's struggling boat business, where not everything is above board.

The episode was rated from 167 votes.

Last updated: jun 24, 2022



I get why they're doing it - perhaps it worked on radio better - but I hate the direct to camera, breaking the 4th wall schtick.


Brilliant show. The personal impact of the crimes that Annika conveys to the viewer, directly facing the lens, pulls you in to the storyline and gives a direct insight into how she copes in her role. Fantastic cast and fantastic acting with strong story lines. Highly recommended.


It took me an episode to get into this series. The draw was always Nicola Walker but the writer has her breaking the 4th wall (which is stage speak for talking directly to the audience) which I found off-putting at first, and the tone of the series is rather stripped down and sterile. But, the humour, the disarming frankness of our heroine, the relationship between mom and daughter, the episodic crimes and, of course, the brilliant work of Nicola, soon won me round. Inevitably, I found myself chuckling at the final one liners that her character addresses to the camera as the episode ends. I give this series a 7 (good) out of 10. [Crime Dramedy]


As with any production she is a part of, Nicola Walker was the draw for me to this series. Plus, I worked as a police officer for 30+ yrs, so I was intrigued to hear "Marine Homicide Unit". Rarely any shows using this division as a base. Something different. Also different was the director's filming style. Ms. Walker's character breaks the 4th wall (speaks directly to the camera) throughout the series. This gives viewers an inner monologue of thoughts, feelings, & ideas. The director did a good job (IMHO) of not over-using this technique. Ms. Walker can easily convey her character's emotions & thoughts through her acting skills. She is able to combine this filming technique and her skills very easy. The overall show was not the deep, intriguing, drama I had hoped for (think Unforgotten & The Split). But it was different and entertaining. The banter between Annika & her daughter, Morgan (Silvie Furneaux) was right on target when dealing with a teen. And Annika's after-thoughts were pretty humorous at times. But honestly, without Nicola Walker as the lead actress, I probably would not have watched passed episode 2. But give it a try.


I knew nothing about this show and only tuned in when I saw Nicola Walker was involved. I LOVE this show.. it's a very good drama that has also got a typical Scottish dark, subtle humour thrown in for good measure. hope there's more seasons to come. 10/10


One of very few times I've actually liked the breach of the forth wall, they really manage to pull it off in a great way. Nicola Walker is brilliant, her part alone make it worth the watch but it's a great show overall. So with that said it will probably not get a second season as with most shows I really like...

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