Nobody will judge you, as nobody can find out your real name.
The creepers are all over this app, and fill the group chats with things like "single ladies?
writer Hans Rosenfeldt, now two episodes into an eight-part run and twisting its way into the public imagination.
Part of its appeal is the huge roster of characters, not all introduced immediately, instead drip-fed.
They come from across London’s diverse social spectrum, from millionaire property developers to illegal immigrants and convicted murderers.
So that gives us the police procedural element, populated by Marcella’s not entirely welcoming colleagues headed up by DI Rav Sangha (Ray Panthaki), DCI Porter (Nina Sosanya) and a potential love interest DI Tim Williamson (Jamie Bamber).
Over at DGT construction (the haves in this equation, if you will) there’s the wealthy Gibson family, led by matriarch Sylvie (Sinead Cusack) who runs the family’s property development and construction business.
Great for just chatting or finding out about someone else's country/life!
There are some chat rooms that aren't my thing, but those & the creeps/trolls that come along are easily blocked from my home screen; the app even blocks a lot of ppl on its own if anyone breaks any rules.
When the murderer, or a copycat, appears on the scene, Marcella asks for her old job back.