Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 3 Release Date, Time, and Where to Watch

Predictions for Apple TV+'s Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 3

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  • The following news article is a preview of Apple TV+'s Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 3
  • The article discusses the episode date, title, and run-time.
  • The article also has predictions of what may happen in Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 3
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We discuss predictions for the Apple TV+ series Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 3, including the release date and where to watch online.

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The new Apple TV+ crime series Criminal Record is an unnerving criminal tale that does a wonderful job of keeping the plot shrouded in mystery for the audience. This is an unnerving television. It is a modern-day hard-boiled detective story with intricate plots, moral ambiguity, and plenty of suspense and intrigue.

Created by writer/director Paul Rutman (Five Days, Indian Summers, and The Deep), the story follows two characters in a tension-filled chess match full of twists and turns to solve the central mystery.

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Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo in "Criminal Record," now streaming on Apple TV+.
Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo in “Criminal Record,” now streaming on Apple TV+.

Also Read: Criminal Record (2024) Review: An Unnerving Criminal Tale

Here’s what happened in Criminal Record Season 1, Episodes 1 and 2:

  • Detective Sergeant June Lenker (Cush Jumbo) is a respected member of the police force who investigates a disturbing emergency phone call claiming that her boyfriend is responsible for a murder and the wrong man was put in prison.
  • That man is Errol Mathis, who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Adelaide Burrowes. Detective Chief Inspector Daniel Hegarty (Peter Capaldi) put Errol Mathis away for the murder of Adelaide Burrowes. Mathis is currently in prison for the murder.
  • An emergency dispatcher calls June, thinking she has the same woman on the end of the line. Her name is Maria de Souza. Her boyfriend, Clive Silcox, is abusing her and trying to break down the bathroom door where she’s hiding.
  • June races to the scene. Clive murders Maria and throws her out of the eighth-floor apartment window. He escapes, injuring June. She later arrests Clive, but Daniel influences the brass, who tells June she cannot ask Clive about the Burrowes murder.
  • June asks anyway and is reprimanded. Daniel then produces forensic evidence that the two calls are from two different women. An activist then approaches June, who convinces her that the original caller is still out there.
Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo in "Criminal Record," now streaming on Apple TV+.
Cush Jumbo in “Criminal Record,” now streaming on Apple TV+.

Also Read: Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 1 Recap: Who Kills Maria De Souza?

Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 3 Release Date and Time

Criminal Record episode 3 will be released on Apple TV+ on Wednesday, January 17th, 2024, at 3:01 a.m. ET/12:01 a.m. PT. The episode’s title is “Kids in the Park,” and the runtime of episode 3 is 60 minutes long, according to IMDB. As mentioned, Criminal Record can be watched exclusively on Apple TV+ with a subscription that costs as low as $9.99 monthly.

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Peter Capaldi in "Criminal Record," now streaming on Apple TV+
Peter Capaldi in “Criminal Record,” now streaming on Apple TV+.

Also Read: Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 2 Recap: Why is Maria De Souza NOT the caller?

Predictions for Criminal Record Season 1 Episode 3:

  • Is June’s partner sensitive to her needs? Leo (Stephen Campbell Moore) is a psychiatrist who equates June’s concerns about racism and sexism at her job with paranoia. They are also raising a mixed-race child, which we predict will lead to marital issues.
  • Who is the mystery caller who called the emergency hotline that led to questions about Errol Mathis’s innocence? My guess would be Errol’s mother, Doris. However, the caller did sound younger on the line.
  • What is Daniel trying to hide? He does approach his former underling, Tony, now in use of a wheelchair, to double check and cover up any mistakes. We can speculate that maybe Daniel handed Tony evidence on Errol.
  • Will June lose her job and succumb to the pressure from the professional standards “rat squad” that is investigating her? No, she will prevail and thwart Daniel’s best efforts. But at what cost? This could lead to escalation and maybe put June’s family (maybe her son?) in danger.
Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo in "Criminal Record," now streaming on Apple TV+.
Peter Capaldi in “Criminal Record,” now streaming on Apple TV+.

You can stream the new series Criminal Record on Apple TV+.

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Written by M.N. Miller

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M.N. Miller is a film and television critic and a proud member of the Las Vegas Film Critic Society, Critics Choice Association, and a 🍅 Rotten Tomatoes/Tomato meter approved. He holds a Bachelor's Degree from Mansfield University and a Master's from Chamberlain University. However, he still puts on his pants one leg at a time, and that's when he usually stumbles over. When not writing about film or television, he patiently waits for the next Pearl Jam album and chooses to pass the time by scratching his wife's back on Sunday afternoons while she watches endless reruns of California Dreams. M.N. Miller was proclaimed the smartest reviewer alive by actor Jason Isaacs but chose to ignore his obvious sarcasm. You can also find his work on Hidden Remote, InSession Film, Ready Steady Cut, Geek Vibes Nation, and Nerd Alert.