TV review: Secrets, lies and fiendish twists in a ridiculously addictive drama

Stay Close, adapted from a Harlan Coben crime novel, is deeply silly but manages to remain watchable

9th January, 2022
TV review: Secrets, lies and fiendish twists in a ridiculously addictive drama
Eddie Izzard and Cush Jumbo in Stay Close on Netflix: the drama follows the standard Harlan Coben plot where a secret from the past resurfaces to threaten current contentment and security

Stay Close (Netflix)

Donie O’Sullivan: Capitol Man (RTÉ One)

Droichid na hÉireann (RTÉ One)

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