The Best Episodes Directed by Alex Gabassi
#5 - Episode 3
The ABC Murders Season 1 - Episode 3
The murderer strikes again, with the discovery of the body of an ABC railway guide. A police search of the area around Embsay station unearths the murder weapon, and inside the victim's briefcase is a pack of Twinkle Toes stockings. At last, Hercule has discovered the brand that connects the murders, so visits the manufacturer who gives him the name of the only salesman associated with the company in London - Cust. It seems Poirot has his man, though more twists and turns lie in store before the case can be judged to be finally over. Series Finale.
#6 - Episode 2
The ABC Murders Season 1 - Episode 2
Despite being warned off the case by Inspector Crome, Poirot continues to conduct his own investigation into the ABC killer. He receives another letter promising a murder in Churston and deciphers that the potential victim must be someone from his past. When national interest in the crimes begins to explode, the public turns against the Belgian sleuth, bringing his integrity into question.
#8 - Faces
Raised by Wolves (2020) Season 1 - Episode 7
Struggling to maintain his clout as leader of the Mithraic, Marcus begins to make decisions that disturb his family, while Mother’s ability to see him for who he truly is threatens his power and puts her in a precarious position. With Tempest on his side, a strong-willed Campion finds himself at dangerous odds with the Mithraic.
#9 - Mass
Raised by Wolves (2020) Season 1 - Episode 8
As Marcus continues to embrace his Mithraic devotion, Sue and Paul’s distrust in him deepens. Meanwhile, Mother attempts to alleviate perceived malfunctions, Hunter works on a secret project with Father, and Campion and Paul devise an underground plan of their own.
#10 - Episode 1
The ABC Murders Season 1 - Episode 1
The story takes place in 1933 and sets the Belgian sleuth on the trail of a serial killer. The elusive murderer seemingly selects his victims and the locations of their deaths alphabetically, sending Poirot a series of taunting letters announcing his next move and leaving a railway guidebook at the crime scenes as a calling card. As he travels the length and breadth of the country, the detective finds his authority, his integrity and his very identity called into question.