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[11/30/17 - 09:02 AM]
Premium Streaming Service Sundance Now to Launch "Liar" Season One Starting December 7
In season one of "Liar," Joanne Froggatt portrayed Laura Nielson, a bright and dedicated teacher, and Ioan Gruffudd as Andrew Earlham, a renowned surgeon whose son is a student at Laura's school.

[via press release from SundanceTV]

PREMIUM STREAMING SERVICE SUNDANCE NOW TO LAUNCH "LIAR" SEASON ONE STARTING DECEMBER 7

Modern Day Psychological Thriller Starring Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd Is Created By Brothers Harry And Jack Williams

NEW YORK, NY - November 30, 2017 - Sundance Now, AMC Networks' premium streaming service showcasing award-winning independent and ground-breaking films, miniseries, documentaries, and originals, will launch all six episodes of the first season of "Liar" starting Thursday, December 7th.

In season one of "Liar," Froggatt portrayed Laura Nielson, a bright and dedicated teacher, and Gruffudd as Andrew Earlham, a renowned surgeon whose son is a student at Laura's school. After the two go on what seems at first as an innocent date, a series of volatile accusations upend both of their lives. Throughout the tense and gripping first season, secrets and lies slowly unravel to show that everyone is lying in some way until the truth ultimately reveals itself.

"'Liar' is a series that epitomizes our strategy of partnering with absolutely first-rate talent, and it does not get better than our dream cast of Joanne and Ioan, along with the esteemed and talented Jack and Harry Williams," said Jan Diedrichsen, General Manager, SundanceTV and Sundance Now. "Following its acclaimed run on SundanceTV which left viewers on the edge of their seats, we are excited to bring the series to Sundance Now for those who missed season one."

About Sundance Now:

Sundance Now is AMC Networks' premium expertly-curated streaming service and features a growing and dynamic selection of award-winning, independent and ground-breaking films, documentaries, originals, and series from around the world. Sundance Now streams ad-free in the US & Canada on the web, iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, FireTV, and Xbox One for $6.99/month or $59.99 with an annual membership. To try Sundance Now commitment-free for 7 days, visit www.SundanceNow.com.





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