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MI-5: Volume 9 by Warner Bros./BBC

MI-5: Volume 9

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Edward Hall
Warner Bros./BBC

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The truth proves too difficult–and dangerous–to contain in the ninth season of MI-5, the BBC's venerable espionage series. The facts in question here concern the real identity of Richard Armitage's Lucas North, who has made chief of Section D in the season opener. While contending with terrorist actions against Britain from around the globe, North comes face to face with his past in the form of Vaughn Edwards (Iain Glen, Game of Thrones), who offers valuable information about North in exchange for a sensitive MI-5 file. To up the ante, an old flame (Laila Rouass) is brought back into the picture, forcing North to make a decision: give up government secrets or win back the woman he loves? In typical MI-5 form, the answer is hard fought and filled with shocking moments, not the least of which is a possible end to a major character's career. For fans, the eight episodes contained here present one of the best cliffhangers of the show's lengthy run, and set up the 10th season with an intriguing problem that should prove fascinating in its unfolding. Extras in the three-disc set are again modest: there are two short making-of featurettes and commentaries by series star Nicola Walker, executive producer Andrew Woodhead, writer Anthony Nielson, and others. –Paul Gaita


  • Richard Armitage
  • Max Brown
  • Colin Salmon
  • Hugh Simon
  • Peter Firth


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