GRIP­PING NIGHT­MARE

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - Front Page -

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.

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