The series looks more exciting and powerful. Strange and exciting events we start with Raza, a second-generation British young man, is forced by Gaby, the counter-terrorism official, to tell him everything. Gabi is a mysterious person who has a past that wants to remain secret. Holly joined him, his new partner and ambition. As the power of central investigations against terrorism increases, the risks to the three seem more serious and dangerous.
Roger Jean Nsengiyumva makes a good job of Dadir, but makes you wonder why he isn't running PR for Facebook or something, instead of committing random acts of violence in fried chicken shops and poncey degree shows.