ALL NEW ESPISODE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER "LIAR"
AIRS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4 AT 10PM ET/9PM CT
ON SUNDANCE TV
Part two of SundanceTV's six-part psychological drama starring Golden Globe(R) winner Joanne Froggatt ("Downton Abbey") and Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four), "Liar" continues on Wednesday, October 4th at 10:00 p.m. ET/ 9:00 p.m. CT. The series is already a smash hit in the UK premiering to over 8 million viewers in L+7 and increasing each week.
In the second episode, Andrew Earlham (Gruffudd) tries to push the situation with Laura Nielson (Froggatt), to the back of his mind until a phone call from his son Luke forces him to confront the accusations made against him. Laura takes matters into her own hands, but her less-than-legal tactics threaten to expose her.
"Liar" is created and written by BAFTA and Golden Globe nominated producers and screenwriters Harry and Jack Williams ("The Missing," "Fleabag"). Lead director is BAFTA winner James Strong ("Broadchurch") who will also executive produce. Eliza Mellor ("The Living and the Dead") produces the series. Sam Donovan ("Humans") directs episodes 4 to 6.
Immediately following the new episode of "Liar," season one of the critically-acclaimed Australian comedy series, "Rosehaven," continues at 11:00 p.m. ET/10:00 p.m. CT with two back-to-back episodes on SundanceTV.
In "Rosehaven," Daniel McCallum (McGregor) returns to his rural Tasmanian hometown, Rosehaven, to help his intimidating mother (Kris McQuade) with her real estate business. He gets a surprise when his best friend from the mainland, Emma (Pacquola), turns up on his doorstep after her honeymoon is cut short when her husband decides to leave Bali - and their relationship - early. In no time, Daniel and Emma are thrown into the center of small-town life with Daniel confronted at every turn by the ghosts of his adolescent past and a town that hasn't moved on. All the while, Emma is lapping up her anonymity in Rosehaven and newfound life on the lam. Soon enough, these two best buddies find both their friendship and their sanity put to the test by the charming, but deeply eccentric townsfolk of Rosehaven.
The series was created and written by Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola. Kevin Whyte serves as executive producer, alongside executive producers for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Rick Kalowski and Brett Sleigh. "Rosehaven" is directed by Jonathan Brough and Shaun Wilson, produced by Andrew Walker and co-produced by Fiona McConaghy. Episodes will be available on sundance.tv the day after they air.
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