Spooks Series 8 opens where series 7 left off: Harry Pearce (head of MI5’s section D) has been kidnapped and the rest of the team are racing to solve the mystery of his disappearance before it’s too late…
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For hardcore Spooks fans series 8 is a bit of a disappointment both in the development of characters and in the overall narrative arks chosen for this series. There is simply so much going on plotwise that in my opinion the characters are very much pushed to the background, which wasn't so much the case in former seasons. This is to say that an otherwise excellent spy drama has come up with a series that simply can't live up to its predecessors, not that it doesn't make for gripping drama.