Why would you watch the last ever Broadchurch episode alone? Why would you watch the last ever Broadchurch episode alone?
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It’s the finale everyone will be talking about it. So why would you watch the last ever Broadchurch episode alone?

We’re giving the last ever Broadchurch episode the attention it deserves by showing it live on the big screen. Sophie Brown runs through everything you’ll be dying to talk about with the series’ biggest fans when it’s all over.

Grab your crime-solving crew and get off the sofa – it’s time to find out the answer to the question that has haunted our Monday nights for five weeks: who raped Trish Winterman at Cath Atwood’s birthday party?

We’ve all got our suspicions about who the culprit is, and let’s face it – if you’ve not spent the past five weeks sitting on your sofa pretending you’re a detective, are you even a Broadchurch fan?
Are we about to be hit with a huge curveball à la series one?
It’s the finale everyone will be talking about it. So why would you watch the last ever Broadchurch episode alone?
Was it Jim Atwood, the best friend’s husband with the secret stash in his glove compartment; Ed Burnett, the obsessive boss with a creepy photo collection to boot; Ian Winterman, the still-not-over-it ex-husband with a sneaky spy camera; or Clive Lucas, the taxi driver with a hidden locket with Trish Winterman’s photo it? Or, with the writers being the geniuses they are, are we about to be hit with a huge curveball à la series one?

It's not just the Trish Winterman case we’re looking for closure on. We need to know what’s going on with DI Hardy’s daughter and the photos of her that were spread around school. We need to know what that hell Leo Humphries is up to, because it seems like more than just installing spyware and flogging fishing twine. And I don’t mean to alarm anyone – but I don’t think Joe Miller has made his final appearance...Will Mark Latimer let him get away this time?

The possibilities are endless, and in the words of the great DI Hardy, “Come on Miller, we must be getting close”. Vue are screening the final episode next Monday along with exclusive, behind-the-scenes footage – so grab your own sidekick and find out the answers to all the big questions on the big screen.

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