The Widow (2019– )
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Nigel 

Blindsided by the revelations about Will, Georgia returns to Kinshasa, but before she can right the wrongs of the past she must contend with those determined to stop her from exposing the truth.

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Oliver Blackburn
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Episode credited cast:
Kate Beckinsale ... Georgia Wells
Alex Kingston ... Judith Gray
Babs Olusanmokun ... General Azikiwe
Charles Dance ... Martin Benson
Matthew Le Nevez ... Will Mason
Luiana Bonfim ... Gaëlle Kazadi
Maya Barcot Maya Barcot ... Stefania
Yoli Fuller ... Sidney
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson ... Ariel Helgason
Balindile ka Ngcobo Balindile ka Ngcobo ... Gloria
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gareth David-Lloyd ... Owen
Joelle Kapinga Kasangala Joelle Kapinga Kasangala ... Flight Attendant
Robinah Kironde ... Ivette
Tuks Tad Lungu Tuks Tad Lungu ... Man in Yellow T-Shirt
Lillian Masabenze Lillian Masabenze ... Old Woman
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Blindsided by the revelations about Will, Georgia returns to Kinshasa, but before she can right the wrongs of the past she must contend with those determined to stop her from exposing the truth.

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Thriller

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1 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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Alex Kingston and Gareth David-Lloyd are both from the Doctor Who universe. Kingston from Doctor Who and David-Lloyd from the spin-off Torchwood. See more »

Goofs

Seat belts and windows are a constant source of continuity errors in this production. Windows in numerous scenes that are up when filmed from the opposite side of the vehicle (showing visible dust and dirt) are magically down when filming a closeup through the window of the person on that side, complete with hair now blowing in the breeze. Similarly, seat belts alternate between worn and unworn from one shot to the next, such as in the closing scene when Nigel is spotted from the roadway. See more »

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Disappointed with the conclusion.
11 July 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

I've stopped having any sort of expectations for final episodes, particularly six and eight part dramas. The Widow follows in the footsteps of so many, the previous episode was superb, this final part was average.

So much of it had been revealed and explained, and it felt a little as if they'd stretched it out beyond belief. Even the Adidja story was just somehow added in. Who was Owen? He served zero purpose, other then passing. The Nigel reference was a bit daft.

The timeframe at the end was muddled, and the scenes in the market pushed the need to suspend belief.


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