In season two of National Treasure: Kiri is a young black girl in the process of being adopted, who goes missing. While the search for her intensifies, her social worker, Miriam, takes the very public blame.
Hulu has released a trailer for National Treasure: Kiri that shows the complications that arise during the four-part series
National Treasure: Kiri will premiere on Hulu on Wednesday, April 4th.
NATIONAL TREASURE: KIRI
Featurette featuring interviews with writer Jack Thorne, executive producer George Ormond, director Euros Lyn, and cast members Sarah Lancashire, Lucian Msamati, and Paapa Essiedu.
Jack Thorne’s four-part National Treasure: Kiri will premiere Wednesday, April 4 only on Hulu.
Written by Jack Thorne, this four-part drama is the story of a young black girl in the process of being adopted by a middle class white family. We follow Miriam, as the fingers of suspicion and blame point at her and her judgement is questioned; Kiri’s birth family, as they find both their past failings and their present dysfunctional relationships put under the microscope; and Kiri’s adoptive family – particularly Alice, Kiri’s fiercely articulate white foster mother, as they are thrust into the national limelight. All of them are asking the same two questions: what happened to Kiri, and who is to blame?