The Bay viewers caught up in the ‘massive failure’ season 3 finale

THE Bay viewers rushed to complain about the series’ final three seasons – saying it didn’t stack up to the first two seasons.

The final episode of Morecombe’s third series aired this week, but fans were unimpressed with what they saw.

All viewers of Bay had the same complaint about the final three episodes


All viewers of Bay had the same complaint about the final three episodesCredit: � High story image 2021

This season has seen Marsha Thomason joins as Morecambe CID’s new Family Liaison, DS Jenn Townsend, taking over from Morven Christie, who played Lisa Armstrong in series one and two.

Marsha co-starred with regular actor members Daniel Ryan, Erin Shanagher, Thomas Law and Andrew Dowbiggin.

In the finale, DS Jenn managed to destroy the killers of Saif Rahman (Brahmdeo Shannon Ramana).

The detective interrogated Ritchie (Paddy Rowan) and his girlfriend Shirin (Deepica Stephen) in the final episode, with Ritchie lying and questioning his alibi.

Police arrested Ritchie, who in the interrogation room didn’t realize detectives knew he was not alone when Saif was killed.

They found Kyle (Joel Phillimore) to take him down after Shirin had led him to the confrontation that would end his life after the boxing gym.

Ritchie walks away from the fight between the men and does not see that when Saif recovered, he called Kyle a joke that caused the boy to drown him to death.

Many viewers complained about the sound of the footage and others called the footage a ‘huge failure’, saying it wasn’t as good as the first two series.

“In the last episode of The Bay on @ITV #TheBay #ITV, the lead character completely forgot she was a family liaison. It didn’t seem dramatic enough. She interrogated the suspect. and instead solve the case. This series wasn’t patched on day 1. A massive flop,” one viewer lamented on Twitter.

Another added: “I’m not sure I liked that ending… Anyway I’m terrible at guessing ‘who’s acting’ but Kyle is very rarely on screen and has absolutely none. What (in my opinion) points to him! #TheBay.”

And a third wrote: “I just can’t understand this. I remember enjoying #TheBay before…don’t understand why this series seems so different~ even with subtitles on, I see I never understood anything 🤔.”

But for the rest of the fans who love the third series, they can immediately rest assured that they haven’t seen the final installment of the Northwest Coastal Town as ITV has confirmed that it will return. fourth time again.

ITV drama chief Polly Hill praised writer Daragh Carville as she celebrates bringing the fourth series to life.

She said: “I’m so glad we’re going back to Morecambe for another series Bay.

“Marsha Thomason delivered a stellar performance as DS Jenn Townsend, and it will be interesting to see Daragh take on her character in series four.”

While it looks like Marsha will return to her role in season four, news of the casting will be announced, while filming will begin later this year.

Bay’s latest series has been praised for its diversity both on and offscreen, for its accurate and moving depiction of the funeral of a young Muslim and a newly deaf person, Nadeem Islam.

Nadeem, who was originally discovered through an article written about him by Colin Hambrook, Editor on Disability Arts Online – was later cast as Jamal on the show.

Many say'twist' doesn't make sense and it's a'major failure'


Many say ‘twist’ doesn’t make sense and it’s a ‘major failure’Credit: � High story image 2021
But the latest series has been praised for its variety


But the latest series has been praised for its varietyCredit: Rex

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