BBC's gripping new drama, Crossfire, starring Keeley Hawes aired its second episode on Wednesday evening and fans have had plenty to say about the show so far.
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The series tells the story of Jo (played by Keeley), a former police officer, who is enjoying her holiday in the Canary Islands with her friends and family when suddenly shots ring out in their hotel.
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Taking to social media, many picked up on a suspicious-acting waiter who viewers spotted in episode one and are convinced that he is involved in the fateful shooting.
One person tweeted: "That young waiter with the phone is involved in some way." Another wrote after watching episode two: "Hmm.... the waiter is involved in this then #Crossfire." A third said: "I thought there was something about that waiter!! #Crossfire #bbc."
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Meanwhile, other audience members picked up on another detail in the second episode which showed the local authorities taking a while to turn up to the hotel where the shooting incident took place.
"Erm… No police yet…?" commented a fan, as another echoed this, tweeting: "Episode two of #Crossfire one thing that's irritating me the most, where are the police? Not one officer, truck, machinery in sight. So they haven’t heard anything that’s going on. BAFFLED. Truly baffled."
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A third also noticed the plot detail, quipping: "Just watched #crossfire the hotel is nice like the corridors. Thought, the police took a long time to show up, was the helicopter being repaired or were they having a siesta?"
As the synopsis explains, Jo's world is turned upside down when gunmen "turn a slice of paradise into a terrifying heart-breaking hell."
It continues: "A story of survival and resilience, Crossfire is an edge-of-your-seat nail-biting thriller yet also emotional, intimate and relatable. With the unsuspecting holidaymakers and hotel staff forced to make monumental split-second life or death decisions, the consequences will linger long after the final shots are fired."
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