BBC drama Undercover is helping viewers get over the end of The Night Manager.
Starring Sophie Okonedo as a lawyer and Adrian Lester as her husband, a man with a dark past, the thriller has filled the slot left vacant when Tom Hiddleston's show wrapped up.
-- BBC One (@BBCOne) April 10, 2016
And viewers have been more than willing to give it a chance.
-- Ben Monteith (@BenMonteith) April 10, 2016
-- Katie (@Kitkatie89) April 10, 2016
I was worried #undercover wouldn't fill the void left by The Night Manager. I was wrong, it was absolutely riveting. Brilliant stuff!
-- Helen Holdsworth (@helholds) April 3, 2016
The show started trending on Twitter during Sunday night's instalment, with many fans applauding Sophie for her passionate portrayal of a woman fighting for justice.
Sophie Okenedo is a great actor. On screen she's always bigger than what she's in. Ingrid Bergman had the same quality.#Undercover
-- Bonnie Greer (@Bonn1eGreer) April 10, 2016
-- Chloé Marie (@chlomar123) April 10, 2016
Many also commented on what the series has to say about race, praising those involved for shining a light on both racism and police brutality.
-- Strong Young Thing (@SYT_MAG) April 10, 2016
#Undercover is the piece of the drama black Brits have been yearning for, the conversation about police brutality in the UK is overdue!
-- vsnotebook. (@vsnotebook) April 10, 2016
This drama is evoking more emotions in me than I know what to do with, or can handle. #Undercover
-- Bakita (@BakitaKK) April 10, 2016
The series is obviously doing just fine for viewers, but including scenes of Adrian Lester in a towel clearly won't hurt.
Now Adrian Lester bids to be the next Bond in a bath towel #Undercover
-- anne penketh (@annepenketh) April 10, 2016
-- Alexandra Fox (@LexieFoxy) April 10, 2016