National Treasure: Season 1 (2016)

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Season 1
National Treasure

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National Treasure offers a unique perspective on celebrity crime through the eyes of its perpetrator -- and gripping performances from a strong ensemble cast.

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Critic Ratings: 16

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User Ratings: 15

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Air date: Sep 20, 2016

Paul Finchley's life is shaken to its foundations when he's arrested after an accusation of rape that dates back to the 1990s. Paul adamantly denies having even met the woman making the allegation.

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Air date: Sep 27, 2016

Paul and his family have to deal with the pressure of the mounting allegations against him; Dee confronts her former babysitter, Christina, now one of Paul's accusers; Paul gives a radio interview, determined to put his side of the story.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2016

Marie is thrown by an encounter with one of her husband's accusers and a bruising interview on her marriage by Paul's lawyer; she begins to question why she's remained loyal to Paul for so long, despite his many affairs.

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Air date: Oct 11, 2016

Paul and his family arrive in court to face his accusers and await the verdict; Paul is desperate to take the stand to tell his side of the story, but Jerome is dead-set against it.

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Cast & Crew

Robbie Coltrane
Paul Finchley

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Julie Walters
Marie Finchley

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Andrea Riseborough
Dee Finchley

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Tim McInnerny
Karl

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Jack Thorne
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John Chapman
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Critic Reviews for National Treasure: Season 1

Audience Reviews for National Treasure: Season 1

  • Nov 26, 2017
    Very interesting look into the topic of sexual abuse, and how it affects everyone involved, guilty or not. I found it most interesting that it doesn´t give a clear solution, an answer, or closure, but instead focuses on the ambiguity, the second thoughts, the doubt. Great performances throughout. A particular highlight was the wardrobe, which describes and enhances the characters perfectly, in past and present scenes. Robbie Coltrane´s dark blue sweater with pink diamonds stuck with me. He really looks the part. Beautifully directed with the end shots during the credits being particularly artful and impressive.
  • Sep 05, 2017
    Well-written and acted.
  • Mar 01, 2017
    I've seen two episodes so far. The characters are very likable in the beginning, but they get more and more ugly as the series goes on. The characters in the flashbacks seem like completely different persons. It's very unpleasant and less and less believable. The Jimmy Savile scandal is an important subject, but this film ultimately feels exploitative in its own way. Not sure if I want to finish it.

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