The Best Episodes of Broadchurch

Episode 8

#1 - Episode 8 8.74

Season 1 - Episode 8

The final piece of the jigsaw finally begins to fall into place. DI Hardy and DS Miller attempt to name Danny Latimer’s killer.

Directors: James Strong
Episode 7

#2 - Episode 7 8.32

Season 1 - Episode 7

Following recent events, Miller is more isolated than ever before as she tries to find out what happened at the clifftop hut. Meanwhile, the police are circling Susan as Nige grows increasingly desperate for her to leave Broadchurch.

Directors: James Strong
Episode 8

#3 - Episode 8 8.25

Season 2 - Episode 8

Decisions are made, truths are revealed, and lives in Broadchurch are changed forever.

Directors: Mike Barker
Episode 5

#4 - Episode 5 8.15

Season 1 - Episode 5

Miller realises the evidence Jack handed over does not match with her knowledge of Danny's possessions. Jack, the news agent, gets unfair press treatment.

Directors: Euros Lyn
Episode 6

#5 - Episode 6 8.08

Season 1 - Episode 6

The case is stalling and morale is low. At the Broadchurch Echo, Maggie resolves to solve a mystery that has taken a very personal turn for her.

Directors: James Strong
Episode 2

#6 - Episode 2 8.05

Season 1 - Episode 2

The Latimer family struggles to cope with their grief and the Rev. Paul Coates decides to speak to the local media.

Directors: James Strong
Episode 1

#7 - Episode 1 8.04

Season 2 - Episode 1

Joe Miller's arraignment opens painful wounds for the community of Broadchurch. Detective Hardy is forced to confront ghosts from his past.

Directors: James Strong
Episode 1

#8 - Episode 1 8.03

Season 1 - Episode 1

Out-of-town DI Alec Hardy investigates the death of an 11-year-old boy in a seaside community aided by local DS Ellie Miller. The child's parent and other residents of Broadchurch try to cope with the media frenzy surrounding the case.

Directors: James Strong
Episode 4

#9 - Episode 4 8.02

Season 1 - Episode 4

A local journalist uncovers a new suspect. Beth and Mark try to get more national press coverage of their son's death.

Directors: Euros Lyn
Episode 7

#10 - Episode 7 7.99

Season 2 - Episode 7

A trap is set, but it remains to be seen whether it will have the desired result. Paul steps in to help a figure in distress, and in a turn of events she could never have foreseen, Ellie finds herself exposed and alone.

Directors: Mike Barker
Episode 3

#11 - Episode 3 7.93

Season 1 - Episode 3

Crime scene fingerprints lead DI Hardy and DS Miller to a suspect in Danny's murder. Steve Connelly approaches Beth claiming to have a message from her dead son.

Directors: Euros Lyn
Episode 6

#12 - Episode 6 7.78

Season 2 - Episode 6

Ellie tries to wrest back control, and time is running out for Alec Hardy. Meanwhile, Beth Latimer has to face an emotional ordeal alone.

Directors: Jonathan Teplitzky
Episode 4

#13 - Episode 4 7.72

Season 2 - Episode 4

Miller is struggling to control her sister Lucy amid family tensions, Alec must confront his demons, and Mark Latimer has to make a decision.

Directors: Jessica Hobbs
Episode 3

#14 - Episode 3 7.71

Season 2 - Episode 3

Hardy faces a race against time as Ellie discovers a startling new piece of evidence, forcing them to reassess their suspicions. Meanwhile, with DS Miller coming under intense pressure from all sides, life for Mark and Beth is about to change for ever.

Directors: Jessica Hobbs
Episode 5

#15 - Episode 5 7.66

Season 2 - Episode 5

As Hardy and Ellie continue their unofficial investigation into the Sandbrook case, new information forces them to re-evaluate the things they believe - is it possible that they've been wrong about everything so far? Barrister Sharon receives unexpected help, while local reporter Olly Stevens gets a major scoop.

Directors: Jonathan Teplitzky
Episode 2

#16 - Episode 2 7.65

Season 2 - Episode 2

The townspeople struggle to come to terms with recent events, and shock waves reverberate through Broadchurch. What will the impact be on the Latimers? Meanwhile, Paul continues his secret meetings and Hardy must face a figure from his past.

Directors: James Strong