Not since the first season of Danny Dyer's deadliest men has a piece of television been as important to the medium of episodic documentary making.
Only Dyer has the emotional depth capable of withstanding the torrent of emotions involved with the portrayal of these deadly men. Time and time again the viewer is compelled to believe Danny cannot get out of each seemingly impossible fix, such as negotiating the streets of Blackpool in the afternoon.
An incredible achievement from a man who has woven a rich tapestry of violence, audacity and a number of witty, well timed comical moments.
A must buy.