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Trinity, ITV2

Trinity, ITV2

Homegrown teen-dramedy-thriller-whatever

Secondary school teachers accused of not pointing their brighter students towards Oxbridge might feel vindicated by ITV2’s Trinity - although the messages were a little mixed. On the one hand the fictional elitist university college in this new teen dramedy-thriller is dominated by sadistic, floppy-fringed toffs and their debauched secret societies. On the other hand some state-educated freshers might quite like the idea of being asked by lithe, blue-blooded blondes, “Have you ever come on a member of the royal family?”

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Excellent review! I do hope it is on its way back. It was an absolutely guilty pleasure this season.

Agreed a very guilty pleasure, I do hope it is back for another series or it would be a waste of 8 episodes

I agree. It would be such a waste if there is not going to be a season 2 or 3 or 4. :D

I love this show and really hope there is a season 2. It left with too many cliffhangers to have finished forever.

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