In Top of the Lake: China Girl we see Detective Robin Griffin (Elisabeth Moss)recently returned to Sydney and trying to rebuild her life. When the body of an Asian girl washes up on Bondi Beach, there appears little hope of finding the killer, until Robin realizes China Girl didn’t die alone.
Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake: China Girl is set to premiere as a three-night event on SundanceTV, from Sunday, September 10th through Tuesday, September 12th (9/8C all three nights).
CBC and SundanceTV have greenlit a new eight-part drama miniseries “Unspeakable,” focused on the tainted blood scandal in Canada in the early 1980s.
Based on first-person experience and two non-fiction books, Bad Blood by Vic Parsons and The Gift of Death by Andre Picard, “Unspeakable” chronicles the emergence of HIV and Hepatitis C in Canada in the early 1980s and the tragedy that resulted after thousands of people were unnecessarily infected by tainted blood.
This Mother’s Day SundanceTV is giving Sunday Brunch a run for its money with The Ultimate Mother’s Day Marathon.
The Ultimate Mother’s Day Marathon opens with back-to-back episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show before seguing into four movies: Stepmom, Monster-In-Law, Sweet Home Alabama and Silver Linings Playbook.
The Ultimate Mother’s Day Marathon begins at 6am/5C, Sunday, May 14th.
Season two of the acclaimed Italian crime drama Gomorrah will have a two-hour premiere on Wednesday, April 26th.
In the first two episodes, “United States of Secondigliano/Exile” Ciro and Genny organize a meeting on neutral ground in Montenegro. Although the Savastano clan continues to stay divided, Ciro knows better than to underestimate them. Genny’s old men organize a robbery, but when things go south, he is forced to sacrifice a portion of the Savastano turf and break his father’s trust.
Production has begun on Season Two of SundanceTV’s The A Word – the series about a family dealing with the discovery that youngest son Joe (Max Vento) is autistic – and how it affects everyone in the family.
The story picks up two years from the end of season one, and Joe (Max Vento) is changing. Now age seven, he has begun to look at the world and find he doesn’t always fit in.