7.1
1,155 votes
Safe

Safe

Netflix 2018

After his daughter goes missing, a widower begins uncovering the dark secrets of the people closest to him.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Safe

Safe - S1E1

#1 - Episode 1

7.42

Season 1 - Episode 1

When his teenage daughter doesn't return home after a party, Tom Delaney anxiously combs the neighborhood and learns her boyfriend is also missing.

The episode was rated from 873 votes.

Safe - S1E2

#2 - Episode 2

7.43

Season 1 - Episode 2

Fearing a friend was involved in Jenny's disappearance, Tom enlists Sophie's help. Emma investigates disturbing allegations about a teacher.

The episode was rated from 746 votes.

Safe - S1E3

#3 - Episode 3

7.45

Season 1 - Episode 3

An anonymous tip leads to a frenzied chase -- and another puzzling clue. Zoe draws up a list of grudges. Tom glimpses a side of Rachel he never knew.

The episode was rated from 705 votes.

Safe - S1E6

#4 - Episode 6

7.50

Season 1 - Episode 6

As a deadly fire rages, Tom frantically tracks Jenny's phone. More details about Chris's death emerge, and a confession tears a family apart.

The episode was rated from 655 votes.

Safe - S1E4

#5 - Episode 4

7.60

Season 1 - Episode 4

While Tom follows a new lead about Jenny, Sophie and Emma deliver devastating news. The Marshalls struggle to keep their cool.

The episode was rated from 682 votes.

Safe - S1E5
#6 - Episode 5
7.60
Season 1 - Episode 5

In the wake of a dangerous confrontation, Sophie warns Tom to stay out of the investigation. Tom learns that Jenny was hiding a secret.

The episode was rated from 654 votes.
Safe - S1E7
#7 - Episode 7
7.62
Season 1 - Episode 7

Sophie blocks Tom's attempts to speak with Henry. While searching for Bobby at Heaven, Tom and Pete spot a familiar face.

The episode was rated from 680 votes.
Safe - S1E8
#8 - Episode 8
7.84
Season 1 - Episode 8

Tom begs for Sophie's help getting to Bobby. Before the night of the party, a cryptic entry in Rachel's diary sends Jenny on a quest for the truth.

The episode was rated from 654 votes.

Last updated: aug 28, 2021

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I honestly started watching this show because Micheal c hall was in it and i missed seeing him on screen .he was awesome as dexter . The show was really good im glad o watched it .its one of those shows that every episode leaves you in a cliffhanger and you just got to keep watching the next episode . The twist at the end was good I did not see it coming. I hope that there is a season 2 .

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For any watcher out there, sorry but this is a waste of time, I had big expectations cause I loved him in Dexter and now I am totally disappointed. they offered him the 9 th Dexter season and he refused to be back with this?? WTF guys..

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Seeing Michael C Hall in a series again made me excited to watch this, but the series is kind of a letdown for me. The story isn't bad but everything is so rushed and I couldn't relate to any of the characters. It just seems really unbelievable that all these weird characters exist in the UK. It kind of feels like they took an American Series and just threw in in the UK with only changing the peoples accents.

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The show was decent. Slightly ridiculous some of the character's actions but it wasn't awful.

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Really good British drama theat keeps you interested right up to the last minutesof the last episode. I'd give in a 7/10, but if it wasn't for a very obvious character that served little purpose in the story other than to be the sinister bad guy I'd have given it a 10/10. The charcter 'Bobby" was obviously written into the story to be the obligatory bad guy, but everything about him and his inclusion in the plot is full of holes so big you could drive a truck through. For example (spoiler alert) [spoiler] 1) What did the girl and boy hope to acheve by confronting him? there were other they could have confronted on theirown doorstep. 2) How did Bobby manage to drive onto the 'secure estate' with complete impunity and exit during a crisis and the cops don't even know a thing about it? 3) After parking his car and walking unseen to the house - where was all the fire-starter explosive devices? In his pockets? 4) Killing was obviously easy for him... why kidnap the girl and then only decide to kill her when the cop chick shows up? Why not kill her in the fire with the other woman? 5) How would he have cleaned up the girls brains after shooting her - in his apartment? 6) How the hell did he actually kidnap the girl? He'd have to drag her through the nosey neighbourhood to his car and then drive off the estate. [/spoiler]

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I have so many things to say about this and at the same time I have nothing. Nothing really sticked for a longer time with me. Most of these characters are not relateable in any way and you will forget them on the same day you finish watching Safe. At the same time, there are things that work here. β€” Zoe Chahal. O M F G how bad is this woman? How can you cast someone with these facial features, accent and overall terrible acting? Every minute with her on the screen was terrible for me to live with. Insanely bad. β€” Michael C. Hall - I don't know. First episode I felt 'lied to' with his accent and everything. But further the story went I felt more of him as a concerned father scared for his daugther than our good old psychopath... β€” Overall story - I bet this has to be a great book. In books you may miss some hints and then be blown away with the final results. But here we are spoon fed some things early and as usual it all builds to the finale. β€” Sophie... A PLUS. β€” Pete & Jojo. Both stong male characters. Especially JoJo throws in some great laughs that at some point make you feel like it's an early Coen Brothers comedy. Overall it has a nice detective drama approach, with twists and turns in each episode. Unfortunately falls short in casting, length and few too soon reveals of the final outcome. Could've been great, comes out as pretty average.

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A first try at a TV series for novelist Harlan Corben, SAFE is about a father's desperate search for his daughter who has gone missing from their "safe" gated community. Like BROADCHURCH, everyone has secrets, everyone is guilty until they aren't ... or are they? The storytelling has lots of twists and turns. Michael C.Hall (with a British accent, no less) not only headlines with Amanda Abbington but was a producer of this Netflix production. My only criticism is that this never quite escapes the fact that this is an American writer trying to set his very American mystery premise in a UK setting. We have too many great UK Crime Dramas to not notice that it doesn't quite translate. However, pay real close attention, even with all the false leads, the solution to the mystery is there to discover and, for this, I give this first season an 8 (great) out of 10. [Crime Mystery Drama]

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I only started watching this because I really missed seeing Michael C. Hall in the small screen, again. I had no idea what the series was about. But the more I watched, the more I wanted to keep watching. This show is somewhat "plagued" with too many twists, I'd say. Seriously, there aren't just a handful of twists throughout the show, it feels like there's a handful of them in every single episode. I'm sure even M. Night Shyamalan would find this annoying. But the upside of it is that it keeps you glued to the screen, compelling you to want to see what will happen next. This is by no means _Dexter_, but it's a nice fix for those of you (like myself) who wanted to get some more screen time from Michael C. Hall. If you can put up with the never ending twists and the somewhat ludicrous characters, maybe you'll enjoy this. In a show packed full of twists, the most surprising of them is that [spoiler]Dexter goes through it all without killing anyone. [/spoiler]

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