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Wichtigste Aufgabe der Antiterror-Einheit des britischen Inlandsgeheimdienstes MI-5, deren Chef Harry Pearce ist, ist die nationale Sicherheit. Spooks – Im Visier des MI5 (Originaltitel: Spooks) ist eine BAFTA-prämierte britische Fernsehserie, die von 20von der unabhängigen. Wichtigste Aufgabe seines Teams ist die Bekämpfung von terroristischen Gruppierungen, die in dieser britischen Serie auch tatsächlich wie in der Realität zum. Die TV-Serie Spooks handelt vom britischen Inlandsgeheimdienst MI5. Die Serie stammt von der BBC und wird in Deutschland bei FOX und ZDF_neo gezeigt. Außerdem tut es der Serie gut, dass die einzelnen Episoden nicht wie sonst bei amerikansichen Serien bekannt 40 Minuten, sondern gut 50 Minuten umfassen.
Außerdem tut es der Serie gut, dass die einzelnen Episoden nicht wie sonst bei amerikansichen Serien bekannt 40 Minuten, sondern gut 50 Minuten umfassen. Die britische Fernsehserie handelt von der imaginären Abteilung D beim MI5, dem britischen Inlandsgeheimdienst. Die Drehbücher für die erste Staffel „Spooks. Spooks - Im Visier des MI5. Preisgekrönte BBC-Geheimdienst-Serie um ein Elite-Team des britischen Inlandsgeheimdienstes MI5.
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The missions of MI-5, the UK's domestic intelligence organization. Just finished the last episode of series three, and was reminded why this is my favourite show of all time.
I think the comparisons to 24 are quite unfair--they both deal with terrorism, but the similarities end there. Spooks is far more cerebral, and spends more effort on character and plot development.
Unlike other reviewers, I felt series three was every bit as good and in many ways even better than the previous two.
The departure of several main characters was handled exceedingly well, and while they'll be missed, I think their replacements are quite strong and as such, the transition has been quite smooth.
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Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Peter Firth Harry Pearce 86 episodes, Hugh Simon Malcolm Wynn-Jones 65 episodes, Nicola Walker Ruth Evershed 57 episodes, Rupert Penry-Jones Wright also believed the series performed well with a reduced series length of eight as opposed to the ten episodes from the last few series, which he said allowed for "tighter, more focussed storytelling".
He also felt the cast changes "always felt naturally organic", and praised Adam's exit, Lucas's introduction, and the "fantastic, strong female role model" of Hermione Norris's portrayal.
Wright ended by saying " Spooks has been my favourite show of the last few months and indeed of ". Mof Gimmers of TV Scoop named Spooks series seven as the best television show of out of 50 programmes.
Gimmers felt the seventh series performed better than the previous , as it "lost its way slightly" with the concentration of Islamic extremists.
The seventh series however, was praised for bringing back the more traditional enemy, the Russians. With the introduction of Lucas North, Gimmers stated "the possibilities for double-blinding the audience were legion and every single one was exploited to the max".
Gimmers also cited the more "pacy" plots due to a shorter series as another factor of the series's success, and also said "the only problem with having a series as good as this in the bag is how they will match it next year?
Blackwell also posed the storylines also "keeps the characters human and show what they go through" and reacted positively towards Lucas's introduction, stating "I like Lucas North better than Adam Carter or Tom Quinn.
His dark and conflicted persona adds to the story and makes him a more interesting character than Adam or Tom ever were". Blackwell summed up the series as "as great as the first six seasons.
The show maintains a high standard of quality". Following the end of the eighth series , Last Broadcast held a poll for the top five most shocking death scenes in Spooks.
Two of them were deaths from the seventh series. Adam Carter's death was voted the fourth most shocking, while Ben Kaplan's death was voted third.
Connie's death however, was not listed. If you can make it stop whenever you like, you're learning nothing and kicking people in the face while you're at it".
The set consists of four discs  and contain all eight episodes,  as well as a few special features, including a Behind the Scenes documentary, which contain cast and crew interviews covering the characters and storylines of the series, " Spooks in Russia ", a featurette behind the scenes of filming in Russia, " Action Sequence ", which covers filming a chase sequence in episode six, and audio commentaries for episodes five and eight.
The box set also contains the original trailer for the series, while the Region 1 release also contains trailers for other British television programmes, including Doctor Who , Torchwood and Primeval.
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List of Spooks episodes. Six months following " The School " it is revealed Jo Portman played dead and then killed her captor Boscard. Harry Pearce finally secures the release of Lucas North , an MI5 officer who was imprisoned in Russia for eight years.
He and Adam Carter work together to rescue Sullivan. With too little time to defuse it, Adam drives the rigged car to an unpopulated zone, but is killed when it explodes as he gets out.
Harry asks his superior, Richard Dolby, to pursue Kachimov, but is denied. However, Harry proceeds to pursue Kachimov anyway. Malcolm Wynn-Jones believes there is a Russian submarine in British waters, and deduces its intention to carry out a cyber attack via a submarine communications cable.
Lucas meanwhile is revealed to be a double agent for the Russians and is being handled by Elizabeta Starkova, his ex-wife who works in the FSB.
After learning of his involvement, Ros brings Lucas in; Lucas claims he is actually stopping Kachimov by earning Kachimov's trust.
Lucas forges evidence to make Kachimov appear to his bosses to be working for MI-5, which helps Lucas to convince Kachimov to identify the cable.
With knowledge of the cable, Malcolm foils the cyber attack, disabling the submarine's computer systems. The submarine would have sunk except for a rescue by the Royal Navy, which sends a message to Moscow.
Kachimov is later arrested. In revenge for Adam Carter's death, Harry murders Kachimov with a shot to the chest.
Lucas turns Elizabeta into an asset for MI5. Ben Kaplan is on his first undercover assignment to infiltrate an Al-Qaeda cell that plans to launch suicide attacks after a dry run after making threats on the Internet.
During the operation, Ben becomes close to fellow cell member Jawad. Later, Ben learns the attacks have been moved forward to take place during the dry run.
MI5 and CO19 disarm three of the bombs, and a fourth detonates with no civilian casualties. Section D discover that the "Mr. Big" behind the operation is the same man who warned MI5 of the attacks, Marlin, who kills himself after admitting he was forced following the kidnap of his family.
Meanwhile, Lucas recalls that during his imprisonment in Russia, he was tortured on information relating to "Sugarhorse", MI5's "best kept secret" that only five people know of.
Fearing there is a high level mole working in MI5, Harry appoints retired spycatcher Bernard Qualtrough to discover the mole's identity.
Section D are stunned to learn that Mohammed Khordad, Al-Qaeda's number three, wants to talk with MI5, with intelligence on a planned attack in London in exchange that two Guantanamo Bay prisoners be released and have Home Secretary Nicholas Blake announce this on live television.
After getting him released, Kordad discloses the location of the planned attack; a restaurant.