It's about a British psychologist who assists the police in catching serial killers and the like. "Tony" (the psychologist) is quite the character. I was mesmerized by his thought processes. "Tony" is an excellent example of a person with Asperger's Syndrome, though this diagnosis was never expressed or addressed in the show. He also has post traumatic stress disorder.
I've not been feeling well, so I watched the entire series over about a week. We watched the last episode last evening. I'm going to miss Tony - I feel like he's an old friend now.
EDIT: You have to have a strong constitution to watch this show, and I wouldn't recommend it for children or teens. There is a pretty frightening episode of the "Hannibal Lecter" variety that explores the thought processes of the killer. Gotta be tough to watch that one!
And I knew there was some reason I liked this show - I just learned it won three Edgar Allan Poe awards in the mid-to-late 2000s.
There is also a book series of the same name. I checked out a few chapters over on Amazon, and I'm going to order the books, too.
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