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Mesmerising new Neil Cross drama THE SISTER premieres tonight on SBS

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Thought-provoking and distinctive, The Sister is a chilling and suspenseful story of murder – and perhaps ghosts – that exposes the quiet terror of a man trying to escape his past.

The Sister is a mesmerising new drama from Neil Cross, writer of international hit series Luther and Spooks, and based on his novel, Burial.

The four-episode miniseries was produced by Euston Films, it premiered in the UK on commercial broadcaster ITV last month to 5.6 million viewers.

The Sister features a cast including Russell Tovey, Bertie Carvel, Amrita Acharia and Nina Toussaint-White.

Well-meaning but directionless Nathan (Russell Tovey) has a terrible secret. He’s prayed for years that it would stay buried and has worked hard to make recompense.

Almost a decade into his new and devoted married life, Nathan is rocked to the core when an unwelcome face from his past turns up on his doorstep with shocking news, triggering a series of catastrophic decisions.

The Sister will begin airing on SBS and On Demand, weekly at 9.30pm from Wednesday, 2 December.

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