The BEST Episodes of Secret State

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Feb 3, 2020

Network: Channel 4

Secret State explores the relationship between a democratically elected government, big business and the banks.

Episode 3

#1 - Episode 3

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Nov 21, 2012

After revelations of covert drone fuel production in Scarrow, Tom Dawkins finds himself in the centre of a political storm. His pursuit of the corrupt banker, Sir Michael Rix, earns him enemies in the financial world and in his own party. Ellis Kane continues to dig into Dawkins's past and discovers some uncomfortable truths. Fossett begins to investigate the information passed to him by Agnes, unaware of the dangers it brings.

star 7.92
109 votes
Episode 4

#2 - Episode 4

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired Nov 28, 2012

Following the attack on Anthony Fossett, Agnes tries every avenue to contact Tom Dawkins with information about what brought down the former prime minister's plane. When MI6 briefs him on the cause of the crash, he takes drastic steps to stick to his principles as the true intentions of those around him become clear.

star 7.72
139 votes
Episode 2

#3 - Episode 2

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Nov 14, 2012

Following his shock election victory, Tom Dawkins launches an enquiry into the toxicology anomalies at the blast in Scarrow. As British intelligence locates the whereabouts of al-Qaeda chief Tamin al-Ghamdi, a reluctant Dawkins is pressed to take him out. Meanwhile, after her superiors at GCHQ fail to take her findings seriously, Agnes reaches out to the one man she thinks could help her.

star 7.62
178 votes
Episode 1

#4 - Episode 1

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Nov 7, 2012

Deputy Prime Minister Tom Dawkins vows to take on the American petrochemical company Petrofex after a devastating accident on British soil. Following the suspicious death of the Prime Minister in a plane crash, Dawkins' understated political ambitions are tested as heavyweights Ros Yelland and Felix Durrell vie for the top job, but neither appears to have justice for the victims at the forefront of their campaign.

star 7.60
248 votes
Directors: Ed Fraiman
Writers: Robert Jones