Next week will see the Australian premiere of Deadwater Fell, a sobering new four-part British drama television miniseries written and created by Daisy Coulam.
The mini-series, which stars David Tennant and was produced by Channel 4 in the UK, tells the story of a doctor whose wife and three young children are murdered in a fire.
When a seemingly perfect and happy family is murdered by someone they know and trust, the small Scottish community they call home becomes riven with mistrust and suspicion as those closest to the family begin to question everything they thought they knew about their friends.
Deadwater Fell examines in unflinching detail the nature of female friendship and the harmful, entrenched gender stereotypes and conformity that can lead to the most devastating consequences. Laying bare the fragility of trust and the corrosive nature of lies, the series demonstrates that even the closest of friends all have their secrets.
Deadwater Fell stars David Tennant, Anna Madeley, Matthew McNulty and Cush Jumbo
4 x 60′
Deadwater Fell – Australian Premiere
Thursdays at 8.30pm from March 19 on BBC First – Available on Foxtel and Fetch