Each character is seen to break the "fourth wall" and give a monologue to the audience, explaining their involvement and/or role in the crime committed.Although critically well-received, even receiving the BAFTA award for Best Single Drama in 2013, the first stand-alone film did not receive the same level of public acclaim; with six out of nine reviewers for the DVD release giving the film one star.

The first episode was broadcast at 10pm on Sunday, August 26, 2012, while the second series will be broadcast in an earlier timeslot, at 9pm, on consecutive Thursdays from March 3, 2016.

The Radio Times stated in a review of the first episode of series two that Murder is "one of the most original shows on British TV in recent years."Three complete strangers – who only met at noon that day – find their whole worlds turned upside down by 2.00am after they find themselves embroiled in a murder investigation.

With a young woman dead in her Nottingham flat, her terrified sister barricaded inside the bathroom, and a young man in a bloodstained shirt being pulled over for speeding by local police, the question arises; what happened in those fatal hours?

Meanwhile, Frank must come to terms with the things he has done while Wes continues to get closer to finding out about his past.

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Murder is a British television crime drama created and written by Robert Jones.Murder is written in a unique style in which all of the protagonists in each episode engage in monologues to camera, giving their version of what happened on the night, as the investigation proceeds from arrest to court hearing to verdict.Four independent films have been written to date, each starring a number of guest artistes.The first, stand-alone film broadcast on August 26, 2012, with a series of three films following on March 3, 2016.Each episode of Murder is a stand-alone story, which tells the story of the events leading up to and after a murder has been committed.It's unique style includes a style of writing which uses a technique in which none of the characters interact with each other in any one given scene.