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Play Death Knock

Content rating: TV-14

Deputy news editor for The Herald, Holly Evans, is pursuing a story about a young woman who died following a hit-and-run by a police car. The only footage of the accident, however, is in the hands of The Post, and its ruthless tabloid editor Duncan Allen. After a young footballer commits suicide, new reporter Ed Washburn interviews the boy’s parents.

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Play Pure

Content rating: TV-14

Frustrated by Leona’s lack of follow through, Holly jumps in to investigate a lead at a hospital. Ed struggles with his conscience. The Herald, faced with declining sales, proposes a deal that feels compromising to the staff, and prompts James to do his own research. Holly receives gifts from an unlikely source.

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Play Don’t Take My Heart, Don’t Break My Heart

Content rating: TV-14

The former protegee of a business tycoon has come forward claiming that he pressured young women into sleeping with him, and Amina gives Holly the nod to investigate. Duncan proposes a deal that could make waves in the political world. Amina and Duncan make bold moves that could risk their careers.

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Play Magic

Content rating: TV-14

Amina feels defeated in the immediate wake of the Joshua West scandal. Duncan gets unwelcome news from the Prime Minister. Leona is approached by a source with a particular interest in James. Peter's support proves valuable to Amina, and Holly makes a bold move.

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Play Two Worlds

Content rating: TV-14

Ed's pride in his professional achievements is marred by the arrival of a new colleague. Duncan tasks the new arrival with getting the scoop on a secret government program. Holly is accused of losing her professional integrity, Leona finds an opportunity to impress her colleagues, and Amina makes a big announcement.

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Play Resonance

Content rating: TV-14

Duncan’s personal life appears to be in dire straits. James reopens communication with a potential government whistleblower. Ed follows his conscience, and Holly and Duncan go head to head; but who will come out on top?

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