Actor Chris Mason has thanked fans for their support in the arise of the Broadchurch culmination – in which his impression Leo Humphries was unprotected for his role in Trish Winterman’s rape.
The 25-year-old took to Twitter the day after the partial aired to compensate reverence to the ‘important’ play and show his thankfulness to people for tuning in.
‘Thanks for all the messages on @broadchurchtv,’ he said.
Thanks for all the messages on @BroadchurchTV . It was an honour to be partial of such an critical tv show. Thanks for watching
— Chris Mason (@ChrisMason_) April 19, 2017
‘It was an honour to be partial of such an critical TV show. Thanks for watching.’
Monday’s series culmination saw Hardy and Miller- played by David Tennant and Olivia Colman – finally spike their culprit, as it emerged that cab motorist Clive Lucas’ son Michael (Deon-Lee Williams) had raped Trish, after horrific bathing from his best crony Leo.
In the chilling scenes that followed Leo confessed that he had raped at slightest two other women, shockingly revelation the detectives: ‘It’s only sex. They’d all had sex before, because does one some-more time make a difference?’
The partial pulled in big observation figures, with around 8.7m viewers tuning in to see the culprits unmasked – and to bid farewell to Hardy and Miller for good.