Contains spoilers for the most recent episodes (10-12) Those who have followed the franchise from the beginning are certainly aware that Voice is not known for its subtlety. It’s unabashedly violent and usually features at least one moustache-twirling villain everybody loves to hate. This fourth series is no different and there are a whole gallery of rogues (from obstructionist bureaucrats to a home grown serial killer) to choose from. Furthermore the show has never been shy about hammering home its intended themes. Here, family dysfunction is the preoccupation writ large across all the cases.
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