Ragdoll: Season 1

Ragdoll: Season 1

Ragdoll: Season 1

Detectives look to untangle the case of the Ragdoll Killer, who has killed six people and sewn their bodies into the shape of one grotesque body nicknamed the Ragdoll.

2021UKSid Gentle Films, AMC Networks
CrimeMystery

Streaming (2 Providers)

EPISODE 1.1
13 November 2021

Episode 1

A gruesome discovery sets DI Baxter, DS Rose and DC Edmunds on the trail of the Ragdoll killer, who also lists six more people due to die; it's a race against time to find the... MORE victims and track down a killer before he strikes again.

EPISODE 1.2
20 November 2021

Episode 2

With the Ragdoll killer proving unstoppable, the team hunts down the second victim on the list; when hazy memories from the past surface, Rose starts his own investigation into the case and his dubious interview... MORE tactics cause concern for Edmunds.

EPISODE 1.3
27 November 2021

Episode 3

Rose's erratic behavior raises questions for Edmunds; with the killer one step ahead, Baxter's plans to protect a victim go awry with devastating consequences; the team is forced to watch the Ragdoll killer's horrific plans... MORE play out.

EPISODE 1.4
4 December 2021

Episode 4

In order to protect the next person on the kill list, Rose and Baxter attempt to outwit the Ragdoll Killer with an unorthodox plan. Edmund's past catches up with her as she investigates Rose and... MORE his unusual behavior. The team finally get their first tangible lead on the Ragdoll killer.

EPISODE 1.5

Episode 5

Expected arrival: 11 December 2021 

Rose and the Ragdoll killer engage in a sadistic game of cat and mouse in which Rose is pushed to the edge. Baxter goes back to basics to try and track down the killer while Edmunds’ piqued suspicions put her on the right track but also land her in grave danger.

EPISODE 1.6

Episode 6

Expected arrival: 18 December 2021 

:( Episode synopsis not known. Yet.

Ragdoll: Season 1 / Reviews

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Its only original aspect is the often chaotic stitching together of the familiar elements.

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Paste

Paste

With so much going on, it feels disjointed and at times, uninspired.

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