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With time running out and suspicions running wild within SIU, Carver must clear Major's name and thwart the killer's final revenge.
The episode was rated 7.69 from 45 votes.
Chalmers, the former police commissioner who has plagued Major since the day he was reanimated, faces trial. With Major busy testifying, Carver is running out of time to decipher the latest clue and save the killer's next target.
The episode was rated 7.54 from 48 votes.
Major's glitchy AI seriously impacts his police work. Dr. Parfitt's solution to Major's problems lead to a troubling realisation for Dennett.
The episode was rated 7.44 from 72 votes.
With Major's AI finally living up to the hype, Carver and Kelly come clean about their relationship. The team lies in wait to catch The Juggler.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 144 votes.
Major faces an outside threat to his AI, and Carver contends with a serial killer's twisted games.
The episode was rated 7.40 from 52 votes.
To Carver's bewilderment, Major reveals that he is going to move back in with Kelly. Parfit discovers disturbing information in the AI Ethics files.
The episode was rated 7.37 from 146 votes.
When Carver and Kelly find a collapsed Major with just three hours left to live, they try to get him to accept the truth. Major is determined to solve the Chelsea Bridge case and exonerate his dad before his AI shuts down.
The episode was rated 7.32 from 69 votes.
Major and Carver begin to close the net on the killer when a witness provides a shocking revelation.
The episode was rated 7.24 from 42 votes.
Carver and Major receive new information on the Chelsea Bridge Case – a £50 million robbery committed twenty years ago by a gang who seemed to vanish into thin air.
The episode was rated 7.22 from 76 votes.
With a serial killer at large, Major and Carver call on the help of forensic psychologist Professor McAllister. Parfit worries about Major's AI updates.
The episode was rated 7.22 from 60 votes.
Carver deals with an unstable Major, and Dennett calls in a favour from Millikan Biotech. When the detective inspectors are assigned to a witness protection case with some familiar faces, Carver learns shocking truths and confronts Major.
The episode was rated 7.19 from 63 votes.
DCS Dennett officially reopens the Chelsea Bridge case, reuniting Major with his absent father, Clifford, who failed to solve the case 20 years earlier. As Major's AI becomes increasingly unstable, Dr. Parfit and Carver clash over the solution.
The episode was rated 7.14 from 71 votes.
The pressure is on in the latest assignment and failure could mean it's shutdown for Major once and for all...
The episode was rated 7.13 from 158 votes.
Major and Carver reunite, but tensions remain high. When a police officer is murdered, Carver becomes hell-bent on solving the case, Major has an epiphany and resolves to become a better man, and both detective inspectors are out to prove themselves.
The episode was rated 7.13 from 62 votes.
Major, Carver and Kelly have gone their separate ways. Things are looking up for the AI-enhanced Major, whilst Carver is gunning for a promotion and is knee deep in a new case.
The episode was rated 7.07 from 88 votes.
Last updated: jan 16, 2023
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