My praise of the build up in the narrative and how the mystery was drawing together pretty much falls apart after viewing episode 8 of ID:Invaded. This is the episode that makes the audience question whether the whole plot was actually checked prior to beginning or if the writer just made stuff up as they went along.
The plot thickens this week on ID:Invaded as the internal logic of the show takes a few gigantic leaps but still manages to spin a fairly compelling tale. This is episode 7 of ID:Invaded.
Six episodes in and while ID:Invaded at times fails at a common-sense level, what it succeeds at is slowly building up compelling characters and an interesting ongoing mystery underlying the individual cases.
The plot thickens in ID:Invaded as episode 5 puts its attention firmly on catching the Grave Digger and in the process expands on the role of the supporting cast.
We've got a good old grave digger mystery with a bit of a twist this week in ID:Invaded and with actual flow on consequences from Sakaido's actions last week things are looking pretty solid for ID:Invaded this week.
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The mystery part of this particular episode wasn't great but episode 3 of ID:Invaded does give us a bit more of an insight into Sakaido's mental state.
ID:Invaded gives us two episodes to start the season (though I guess technically it had an advance streaming for those who had access). A 'brilliant' detective goes inside the minds of murderers to help solve crimes.