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      Season 3 – Stan Lee's Lucky Man

      2018 Crime Drama Mystery & Thriller Action List
      Reviews 56% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score DI Harry Clayton hits rock bottom until he meets a beautiful stranger. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Jul 21 Buy Now

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      Episode 1 Aired Jul 20, 2018 Facing Your Demons On the run and with nowhere to turn, Harry needs all the luck he can get as he faces his greatest nemesis yet; Suri is charged with bringing Harry to justice. Details Episode 2 Aired Jul 27, 2018 Run Rabbit Run Returning to London, Harry is forced underground as he tries to prove his innocence; Harry gets on the wrong side of Blake, who then finds a way to make Harry look more guilty than ever. Details Episode 3 Aired Aug 3, 2018 The Zero Option Samuel Blake ups his game, forcing Harry to make a near-impossible choice; the bracelet's power starts to wane. Details Episode 4 Aired Aug 10, 2018 Missing Persons Suri and Harry team up to bring Blake and Gray down; Blake finds a way to turn Eve against Harry - once and for all. Details Episode 5 Aired Aug 17, 2018 The Sins of the Father Harry spots a chance to bring down Blake; Harry risks everything when he turns to gambling. Details Episode 6 Aired Aug 24, 2018 The Art of War As Harry fights to win back his flat, Rich moves in with Suri; Blake and Eve go after DSI Gray and something terrible happens. Details Episode 7 Aired Aug 31, 2018 Blinded by the Light Madame Cheung warns Harry that time is running out, and says that if he does not retrieve the bracelet from Blake and return it to her, he is a dead man; an unexpected visitor arrives at Harry's door. Details Episode 8 Aired Sep 7, 2018 End of Days Blake now holds both the bracelets; as Blake throws his plan into action, Harry summons the courage to take him on, since this is his only chance to get his life back. Details

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      Alastair McKay London Evening Standard A comic book artist's idea of a crime caper in which the actors straightface their lines with varying degrees of self-hatred against a spectacular backdrop. Jul 24, 2018 Full Review John Boland Irish Independent What's winning about the series is that it's all played straight, not least by James Nesbitt, whose Harry has the furrowed intensity of someone who has strayed in from a grittier and more realistic drama. Jul 30, 2018 Full Review Victoria Segal Sunday Times (UK) Strip out the violence and this was a Saturday-morning-picture romp, to be played out by small boys in school playgrounds with plenty of "kapows" and "booms." Jul 23, 2018 Full Review

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      Sandra V Season 1 was clever and fun, season 2 started to feel a bit laboured but still held my attention. Season 3 was a depressing trainwreck where Harry could do nothing right, the villain always won, characters suddenly changed personalities, there were huge lapses in logic and it was repetitive. So disappointed, especially when they killed off my favourite character. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 11/14/19 Full Review Audience Member Both happy and sad there was an ending to season three. Will there be a season 4? If so Iâ??d like a serious change in direction. The cast and characters are all awesome! Just need to avoid the grand seasons long storyline. Itâ??s tv not a movie. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member This season was a hot steaming mess of repetition, meaningless plot developments, and some of the worst continuity in recent memory. Characters heal major wounds between scenes without the magic of the bracelet or the drug that the antagonist uses to expain his 'special' powers. This shoud have been three episodes at most, not eight. Such a disappointing way to end the series, as the backers are not going to feel that lucky after seeing this. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Philip John, Louise Hooper, Justin Molotnikov
      Executive Producer
      Richard Fell, Anne Mensah, Gareth Neame, Stan Lee, James Nesbitt, Gill Champion
      Screenwriter
      Stephen Brady, Catherine Tregenna, Tom DeVille
      Network
      SKYREP
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Crime, Drama, Mystery & Thriller, Action
      Original Language
      English (United Kingdom)
      Release Date
      Jul 20, 2018