is struggling with his constant crying and a husband who is distracted by his job as a press secretary for a UK minister. Alistair is also torn about the custody of his daughter from his first marriage to Alexandra (Asher Keddie) who moved their daughter, Chloe (Markella Kavenagh) to Australia, hurt by his new relationship and determined to keep her daughter (and her drinking problem) well hidden in the remote town she has settled in. When Alistair decides to pursue custody and flies his wife and baby there, the battle lines appear to be drawn. What happens next would terrify any parent, or concerned adult – setting up one of the best, most intense four-part dramas in recent times. AS the final season of this epic drama looms large (returning April 15 to Fox Showcase), those wanting to be part of the TV event of the year can start back where it all began from Friday. Either binge the seven seasons via On Demand, or set your own pace and work in an episode each day – all 67 of them – which will take you from now until the new season drops.