Time viewers call the BBC prison drama 'one of the hardest watches in recent times' as fans break down in tears at the ending after binge watching the second series on iPlayer

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By Joanna Crawley For Mailonline

Published: 07:01 EDT, 1 November 2023 | Updated: 07:23 EDT, 1 November 2023

Viewers of BBC's gritty situation play Time person been raving astir nan 2nd bid pursuing its merchandise this week.

The first section of nan 2nd tally of nan play aired connected BBC One connected Sunday evening while each 3 episodes are disposable to watercourse connected iPlayer.

Fans haven't been capable to defy binging nan full series, and person taken to societal media to praise nan 'heartbreaking' ending. 

The three-part bid stars Jodie Whittaker, 41, Tamara Lawrance, 29, and Bella Ramsey, 20, as 3 inmates who each get astatine a Liverpool situation connected nan aforesaid day.

Bella Ramsey - who changeable to fame in Game of Thrones and besides starred successful HBO's apocalypse thriller The Last of Us - plays Kelsey, a scam creator who is struggling pinch a supplier addiction and is expecting a babe pinch her abusive fellow Adam. 

Praise: Viewers of BBC 's gritty situation play Time person been raving astir nan 2nd bid pursuing its merchandise this week.The three-part bid stars Tamara Lawrance, Bella Ramsey and Jodie Whittaker

Tears: Fans haven't been capable to defy binging nan full series, and person taken to societal media to praise nan 'heartbreaking' ending

Doctor Who character Jodie Whittaker plays struggling azygous mother Orla who is serving clip for stealing energy while Tamara's characteristic Abi is 3 years into a life condemnation for murder.

The show follows Kelsey's gestation down bars and shows her giving commencement successful nan prison. 

Taking to X, formerly known arsenic Twitter, 1 instrumentality wrote: 'Just vanished Time connected BBC iPlayer awesome 3 episodes. The past section sewage me.'

'Well Time sewage maine astatine nan end,' different agreed. 'Time is astir apt 1 of nan hardest, grittiest TV show I've ever watched successful caller times.... superb viewing.'

'It's going to beryllium said a batch and rightly truthful but Time really is nan BBC astatine its best. Such a powerful portion of play and what a cast. Phew' wrote 1 fan.

Others praised nan performances pinch 1 spectator posting: 'ALL nan awards to Bella Ramsey. Absolutely incredible,' declared one.

'How bully is play 2 of Time connected nan BBC? Flippin' eck, virtually each capacity from leads to supporting formed are conscionable superb. Wonderful penning from Jimmy McGovern & Helen Black.'

The critically-acclaimed bid was created by BAFTA-winning writer Jimmy McGovern, who wrote nan hugely successful dramas The Street, Hillsborough and Cracker.

Masterpiece: Taking to X, formerly known arsenic Twitter, 1 instrumentality wrote: 'Just vanished Time connected BBC iPlayer awesome 3 episodes. The past section sewage me'

Awards: Others praised nan performances pinch 1 spectator posting: 'ALL nan awards to Bella Ramsey. Absolutely incredible,' declared one

Following nan occurrence of nan first season, which starred Sean Bean and Stephen Graham, Helen Black - who worked connected Death successful Paradise and Grantchester - was brought successful arsenic a co-writer.

While nan first play of nan show was airing, unimpressed viewers balled it 'absolutely brutal' and 'almost unwatchable' owed to nan distressing scenes.

The show - which sees Line Of Duty 's Stephen Graham and Game Of Thrones' Sean Bean play a situation serviceman and captive successful nan play - wowed fans aft section one, which featured violence, termination and nan 'grim' reality of life successful jail


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