Exclusive! After a year away from home, physician Jim Hogan (Adrian Dunbar, Line of Duty) returns to Ireland to make amends with his family. When his daughter's car veers off the road into a canal, a disturbing discovery leads to a police investigating, derailing Jim's chance at a fresh start. Fans of Broadchurch will appreciate this "taut, stylish, and suspenseful" (Irish Times) psychological mystery. 6 episodes, 4 ½ hrs, 2 DVDs, SDH. Mature audiences.
Episode 1: Deep Water
After a year away, Jim returns home to reconnect with his family. But his path to redemption hits a roadblock, and then Fiona has a car accident that changes everything.
Episode 2: Grave Digging
After Paul's body is found in her trunk, Fiona is arrested. In a flashback to weeks earlier, Jim and Paul disagree about how to handle what they witnessed at the farm.
Episode 3: Where This Has Led
Paul agonizes over the difficult decision he must make after the gang's ringleader orders him to help steal Gillian's prized horse.
Episode 4: Communion
Tensions run high on the day of the twin's First Communion when Paul is late coming home and Jim encounters Michael for the first time since returning to town.
Episode 5: Can't Repeat the Past
With their relationship now out in the open, Gillian and Fiona plan to go away together with the kids. Paul tells Jim he cannot keep their secret any longer.
Episode 6: What We Sow
Two weeks before the crash, Fiona's health takes a rapid decline. Unable to cope, Paul lashes out. In the present, Dez puts the final pieces of the puzzle together.
Run Time: 5 hours
Number of discs:
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: 5.1 Surround
Content disclaimer: Contains strong language, violence, sexual situations, and disturbing images
• Adrian Dunbar (Line of Duty)
• Gráinne Keenan (Black Mirror: White Christmas)
• Ian Lloyd Anderson (Love/Hate)
• Fiona Bell (Shetland)
• Denis Conway (Single-Handed)
• Diarmuid Noyes (Borgia)
• Seán Duggan (Clean Break)
Interview and Q&A with star Adrian Dunbar, writer/creator Sophie Petzal, and executive producer Jonathan Fisher
"Must-see TV…taut, stylish, and suspenseful" — The Irish Times
"Plenty of smart twists" — TIME
"Gripping…intense psychological drama" — Irish Mirror