New Aussie thriller sequence Excessive Nation is now mere weeks away from premiering.
This morning, BINGEannounced the 8-part sequence will premiere with a particular double episode on March 19. The streamer additionally dropped the primary trailer and first-look pictures of the crime thriller, which was filmed in regional Victoria.
Within the trailer, lead star and government producer Leah Purcell assumes the function of Detective Andrea “Andie” Whitford, who’s transferred to the Victorian Excessive Nation to resolve a baffling thriller involving 5 lacking individuals who have vanished with no hint within the wilderness.
Sport of Thrones actor Ian McElhinney performs fellow police officer Sam Dyson, who’s simply as obsessive about the investigation.
Purcell’s on-screen associate, performed by Sara Wiseman can also be seen in character as an artist who put her craft to the facet to help Andie.
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However their relationship begins to pressure as Andie takes on the all-consuming, high-stakes investigation, the place she quickly uncovers a posh net involving homicide, deceit and revenge within the small city.
“It’s against the law drama full of twist and turns, spine-tingling thriller and a harrowing sense of place,” Purcell teased final October on the Foxtel Group’s annual Upfront occasion in Sydney.
The thrilling drama additionally stars Thriller Street actor Aaron Pedersen and Offspring fan favorite Linda Cropper.
They are going to be joined by Wentworth actor Luke McKenzie, The Fallacious Lady’s Leah Vandenberg, and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Energy star Geoff Morrell, whereas newcomers together with Pez Warner and Pedrea Jackson additionally star.
Manufacturing on the sequence started in April final yr within the regional Victorian city of Jamieson.
This sleepy city round three hours’ drive from Melbourne CBD is never captured on-screen and units the right backdrop for edge-of-your-seat journey, intrigue and homicide.
Excessive Nation premieres Tuesday, March 19 on BINGE and Tuesday, March 19 on Showcase at 8.30pm and accessible On Demand.
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