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Broken

Broken is British Drama TV series. Produced by LA Productions. Stars: Adrian Dunbar, Sean Bean, Fin Campbell. Also known as Särkynyt enkeli in Finland. It premiered on May 30, 2017, on BBC One. The series has 8.1 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the BAFTA TV Award, RTS North West Television Award. Broken is set in UK.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Are In Broken: 1 (6 episodes)

Season 2

BBC One

Season 1

Season premieres on May 30, 2017

Finale: July 4, 2017

BBC One, 6 episodes

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What Time Broken Air?

Broken is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Tuesdays at 9 pm

Last episode:

S1E6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Jul 04, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Will There Be A 'Bodyguard' Series 2? The Drama Has Already Broken Viewing Records - via Bustle

That's not to say Bodyguard will definitely wrap up after the first series, however. Mercurio continued, "The approach to it was definitely that we would just focus on this series and if we’re fortunate enough it’s successful and the BBC wants to do more, and we can find a way of setting up production, then yes definitely I’d be open to the idea."

EastEnders spoilers: Broken Kush Kazemi cheats on Denise Fox - per Metro

After apologising to a fuming Kim for his performance in the restaurant, Kush then urgently finds Martin Fowler and tells him what he did with the waitress. But will Martin advise him to keep quiet or come clean to Denise?

World Cup: Broken dreams but love can survive - by Thetimes

As this crazy, unthinkable adventure on the sofa has unfolded, the belief has grown and you might almost say that the nation has fallen in love with this team of whom so little was expected — Mark Pougatch, Ian Wright, Lee Dixon, Clive Tyldesley, and yes, possibly even you, Glenn Hoddle, although don’t check Twitter for a while.

Will Apple discuss its MacBook keyboard problems at WWDC? - via Theverge

On the one hand, it’s extremely unlike Apple to ever admit that its products are flawed in any way. So even if the company does address the keyboard issue, it likely would be in the form of some sort of allusion that they’ve “updated the keyboards to be even sturdier and more reliable than ever before” or something similar, instead of outright acknowledging that there’s a problem with the old model. And if the company does offer some extended warranty program for the old, problematic models, it would probably do so quietly offstage.

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