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Hunted Episode 5 - Thursday 1 November 2012

Hunted Episode 5 - Thursday 1 November 2012

In the episode "Ambassadors", a mysterious assassin tells Sam that he is trying to protect her from Hourglass, a conspiracy orchestrated by five multinational corporations. Sam's investigation of the conspirators takes her to a country estate where she had been years before - it was where she was taken as a child after her mother was murdered and she was kidnapped.

 

Meanwhile, HUNTED has made its debut in the USA on Cinemax.  The Houston Chronicle said the following:

 

"What "Hunted" has going for it is precise plotting, with major and minor characters drawn well enough that their motivations always seem clear, even amid all the uncertainty."

 

Over at TV.com, they had the following to say:

 

"Hunted is well put together, and the side-by-side goals of Sam play off each other to create some thick paranoia. But don't compare Hunted to Homeland like the British press did (the two series were released over there on the same weekend); it's an entirely different flavor."

 

And finally from our analysis of Stateside show reaction, Curt Wagner, a reviewer for Red Eye Chicago who ended up being addicted enough to watch episodes three to eight in one sitting had the following to say:

 

"There are so many pieces to the "Hunted" puzzle that at times they can be a bit overwhelming. But thanks to intricate plotting, generally excellent writing and tricky visual clues, Spotnitz and his writers reveal bit by bit how those pieces fit together. Sort of. It'll drive you to scratch a bald spot in your scalp, but "Hunted" is an intriguing and rewarding puzzle worth (trying) to solve."

 

So, all in all, it would appear HUNTED will turn into a series that will reward viewers who stick with it.

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