Meanwhile the rest of the team are dealing with a Jewelry robbery and ... 0 of 0 people found this review helpful. Tension mounts in the final episode of Ashes to Ashes with DCI Gene Hunt and his team investigating a diamond heist following the murder of three London gang members.

Ashes to Ashes is a British science fiction/police procedural drama television series, serving as a spin-off from the original series, Life on Mars. Directed by David Drury.

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 February 2018. Alex thought she'd finally made it home, but wakes to find herself in a hospital bed back in 1983, having been shot by her boss, DCI Gene Hunt, three months ago.

A voice from the future tells Alex she must fight post-op infection, which she interprets as Summers. Tension mounts in the last ever episode of Ashes to Ashes as Gene Hunt and his team are investigating a diamond heist following the murder of three London gang members.

2010 5.

Directed by Catherine Morshead.

And in case you were wondering: there’s an old friend to be seen before the final blast of Bowie. Life on Mars Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community.

Great music, superb plot with a shock ending. That's a chilling thought.I cannot criticise this final episode, it was moving, entertaining, even made me year up a little.We thought this was it, turns out there's one more chapter to come.Brilliant, 10/10. Use the HTML below. Stockers Farm, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England, UK. If you've binged every available episode of the hit Disney Plus series, then we've got three picks to keep you entertained. Of course you do. You really don’t want this spoiled for you. The repeated look at the clock.

Shattered and amazed. Is it all black and white, or are you the viewer left to interpret whether it's a battle of good and evil, and how Gene Hunt, and Keats fit into the play.Was Keats attempting to take them down to you know where? Drama series featuring Life on Mars' DCI Gene Hunt. She uncovers a body in a field, but, reading the ID card attached to it, discovers that it is a young Gene Hunt (as is the ghost of the murdered young PC haunting her). Airs at 9pm on Friday 21st May 2010 on BBC One. Really good series finale.

Stephen Clementson says: August 7, 2010 at 08:04 Both Ashes-to-Ashes, and Life on Mars, could have had a rational outcome.

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Gene refers to Shaz as "Mrs Alan Whicker". By the 80s this had been extended to all 17–25-year-olds. Meanwhile the rest of the team are dealing with a Jewelry robbery and triple homicide: diamonds are missing and the bodies of three gang members have been discovered.

Keats retreats to the shadows, having failed, but saying they will meet again. Life On Mars was always going to be a tough act to follow. I needn’t have worried. Episode #3.4 7.8 23 Apr.

‘You lot belong to me’, DCI Hunt barks at his team as things fall apart. 2010 6. Travelling or based outside United Kingdom?

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Series 3 (2010) Series 3 consists of eight 60-minute episodes. It's time for Alex and the rest of the team to find out the truth about Gene Hunt... A brutal gang murder leads the team to investigate a European-wide jewel smuggling ring. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 May 2017. Alex smells a conspiracy when the body of a nuclear research worker disappears.

Alex needs to know and all is revealed in the final episode. JavaScript seems to be disabled. 3 Replies to “Ashes to Ashes: Season 3, Episode 8” Pingback: Tweets that mention Ashes to Ashes: Season 3, Episode 8 « -- Sad that this is the end of 5 quite brilliant tv years that nothing will ever be as good as this on tv again! There was even a clue with the very first line we heard Gene Hunt speak.