International star Ioan Gruffudd reprises his role as renegade pathologist Dr Daniel Harrow, in ABCs popular crime series Harrow.
When a young man who claimed to be Harrow’s son turns up dead, Harrow stuns those closest to him by revealing he knew he had an estranged son – but is the dead young man really Harrow’s boy? While tirelessly pursuing the truth in a host of episodic cases, Harrow is driven to understand the mystery of his son, and finds himself entangled in an underworld of cybercrime, crypto-piracy, and murder. It’s a fresh, contemporary narrative with a familiar dilemma at heart: how far will Harrow go to save the people he loves?
Ioan Gruffudd not only resumes the titular role of Harrow in season three, but he makes his directorial debut in Episode 2. He’s not the only cast member to take on a new challenge. Two episodes into the shoot, Jolene Anderson, who plays Dr Grace Molyneux gave birth to her first child, returning four weeks later to resume shooting for the rest of the season.
Returning alongside Gruffudd and Anderson in the 10-part season are Damien Garvey as Detective Senior Sergeant Bryan Nichols, Darren Gilshenan as Harrow’s combative colleague Dr Lyle Fairley, Faustina Agolley as Edwina Gharam, Ella Newton as Harrow’s daughter Fern and Hunter Page-Lochard as Fern’s boyfriend Callan Prowd. New Zealand actor, Miriama Smith, joins the cast as Renee Warrington – QIFM’s new manager with a mandate for change; Harrison Gilbertson who plays James Reed, a self-made young man who holds a mirror up to Harrow’s life. An impressive guest cast includes Diana Glenn, Finn Little, Roz Hammond, Kestie Morassi, and Sara Wiseman.
Harrow Season 3 is directed by Ioan Gruffudd, Tony Tilse, Grant Brown, Catherine Millar, Mairi Cameron and Peter Andrikidis.
A Hoodlum Entertainment production for ABC TV (Australia) and ABC Signature, a part of Disney Television studios. Production Investment from Screen Queensland. Producers: Deborah Glover, Nathan Mayfield and Tracey Robertson. Co-Executive Producers: Stephen M. Irwin and Leigh McGrath. Executive Producers: Nathan Mayfield and Tracey Robertson. ABC Executive Producers: Sally Riley and Brett Sleigh.