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TV Series Starring Anna Friel
Deep Water (2019)
Deep Water focuses on the lives of three women, living in and around the beautiful surroundings of Windermere. It's a modern look at family and the pressures we put ourselves under as we juggle busy lives. In striving to do their best for their families the women are capable of making some controversial choices in an attempt to hold everything together and keep their heads above deep water.
Butterfly is a series that explores the issues surrounding gender identity, especially as a young child. When Max, who was born male, decides to live life as girl in public as well as at home, he and his parents must adjust to their new reality...
A primetime Liverpool-based drama series from Jimmy McGovern. Broken is described as a "state of the nation piece".It plots the perspective of a local catholic priest Father Michael Kerrigan and that of his congregation and their struggle with both Catholicism and contemporary Britain".
Marcella will get involved in a serial murder case where the modus operandi of the killer bares a striking resemblance to an unsolved spate of killings from a decade ago.
The Girlfriend Experience
A 13-part anthology series inspired by Steven Soderbergh's 2009 Magnolia Pictures film. This series explores the relationships of the most exclusive courtesans who provide their clients with far more than just sex.
This is described as a Traffic-like global conspiracy thriller centered on three families whose lives are torn apart when a stranded female soldier (Anna Friel), a disillusioned corporate attorney, and a disrespected political activist are pulled into the same shocking international military conspiracy.
The series follows the relationship between 28-year-old Eddie, who has been released on life license from prison and his probation officer, Paula, who has just returned to work following a from suspension after a crime was committed by an offender under her supervision.
Neverland, a prequel to author J.M. Barrie's classic, Peter Pan, sweeps in time from the turbulent seas of the pirates of the Caribbean and the back alleys of Dickensian London to a world of pure imagination.
Ellie Manning, who works as a school teacher, is married to accountant Greg, But her plans for a romantic evening are ruined after a couple of police officers show up with news that Greg has been involved in a fatal accident with a female passenger by his side.
This romantic drama shows us the strange world of a man, Ned, who can bring dead people back to life through the power of his touch. The people he touches, however, can only stay alive for one minute, and if they don't die again, someone else nearby will die.
Our Mutual Friend
Dickens was the master of Victorian social satire, ruthlessly exposing the cruelty and absurdity that supported the strictly hierarchical class-structure of the day. This superb production of Our Mutual Friend does full justice to his darkest, most complex novel, fleshing out the satirical bones of the plot with performances that eschew caricature in favour of psychological depth. Anna Friel's Bella is wonderfully complex, her innate goodness struggling with her love of money and desire for advancement. Paul McGann, as the lawyer Wrayburn, is also superb, wrestling with the implications of his feelings for Lizzie. And of course, this being Dickens and the BBC, there's a terrific supporting cast, including Timothy Spall as the melancholy articulator of skeletons, Mr Venus. As the fortunes of the characters rise and fall, the river Thames flows eternally.
Brookside is a British soap opera set in Liverpool, England. The series began on the launch night of Channel 4 on 2 November 1982, and ran for 21 years until 4 November 2003. Originally intended to be called Meadowcroft, the series was produced by Mersey Television and it was conceived by Phil Redmond who also devised Grange Hill (1978-2008) and Hollyoaks (1995-present).