Liar star Zoë Tapper discusses why her character Katy sets Laura up with Andrew, how she thinks audiences will react to the themes of the show, and how the personalities of creators Jack and Harry Williams couldn’t be farther from the darkness they’ve written into the series.
Liar star Ioan Gruffudd discusses why the series led him back to the UK, his favorite scenes with Joanne Froggatt (Laura Nielson) and his character Andrew Earlham’s state of mind after Laura accuses him of lying.
Liar star Joanne Froggatt discusses how she approached the show’s sensitive topics, her character Laura’s sudden unravelling and why she hopes audiences stick around for all six episodes before coming to their own conclusions.
The NY Times, TV Guide and Newsweek Rave Over Joanne Froggatt’s “Committed” Performance in the “Gripping” Liar
Liar airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on SundanceTV, and critics are lauding the show as a “gripping British drama,” highlighting the “brilliant” performances from Joanne Froggatt (Laura) and Ioan Gruffudd (Andrew).
Louis Gossett Jr., Corbin Bernsen and Andrew Dice Clay Join as Recurring Guest Stars on the Upcoming Season Hap and Leonard: The Two-Bear Mambo
SundanceTV announced that production is underway on a third season of the network’s critically-acclaimed original scripted anthology series Hap and Leonard, in Atlanta, Georgia. The six-part drama, returning to SundanceTV in early 2018, takes inspiration from The Two-Bear Mambo, the third installment of Joe R. Lansdale’s popular book series.
In a motel room, Vicki (Anjelica Huston) tells Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) about getting a double mastectomy. Vicki spoons Maura in bed.
Maura (Jeffrey Tambor), Sarah (Amy Landecker) and Ali (Gaby Hoffmann) arrive at Idyllwild Wimmin’s Festival.
In Berlin in 1933, Gittel (Hari Nef) gives her mother Yetta (Michaela Watkins) money for visas to get to America. Gittel and Rose (Emily Robinson) tell Yetta about the Institute for Sexual Research and Dr. Magnus (Bradley Whitford). Rose says she’s going to stay with Gittel at the Institute.
Sarah (Amy Landecker) meets with Tammy (Melora Hardin) at her design firm. Sarah apologizes and says her relationship issues stem from her need to be mothered and that she’s come today to apologize as it is Yom Kippur. Tammy refuses her apology and walks away.
At Sarah’s (Amy Landecker) house, Shelly (Judith Light) is putting her grandson Zack (Zackary Arthur) to work on her condo association campaign posters. Josh (Jay Duplass) arrives and tells Shelly he needs to speak to her in private.
Top of the Lake: China Girl star Alice Englert, daughter of creator Jane Campion, discusses the adolescent angst her character Mary faces in the series, the respectful relationship she had on set with David Dencik (Puss) and the inspiration she felt working with Elisabeth Moss (Robin Griffin) and Nicole Kidman (Julia).
Top of the Lake: China Girl star Elisabeth Moss discusses the return to her Emmy-winning role as Detective Robin Griffin, why Jane Campion is like no other director and the surprising new female friendship Robin forms with her work partner Miranda Hilmarson (Gwendoline Christie).
Variety, Uproxx and RogerEbert.com Rave Over the “Mesmerizing” Elisabeth Moss in the “Undeniably Good” Top of the Lake: China Girl
Praise continues to roll in for Top of the Lake: China Girl. Critics are calling the limited series a “triumph,” and praising the performances of Elisabeth Moss, Gwendoline Christie and Nicole Kidman as a “wonderful trio.”
Ali (Gaby Hoffmann) and Sarah (Amy Landecker) get massages at a women’s spa. In the sauna, they discuss Ali’s lesbian relationship with Syd (Carrie Brownstein). Sarah admits to fantasizing about their school disciplinarian Mr. Irons and his paddle.
Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) wakes up in bed with Shelly (Judith Light). Shelly says she notices Maura going out a lot and asks if she makes her happy. “You do,” Maura says while brushing her teeth.
Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) wakes up at Davina’s (Alexandra Billings) house. Davina reveals that her boyfriend Sal is coming home from jail. Shea (Trace Lysette) joins them and talks about the Marine she hooked up with. She reveals that she has female genitalia that cost her $15,000.
“Top of the Lake: China Girl” creator Jane Campion discusses what inspired her to continue Robin Griffin’s story, the “sharp focus” Elisabeth Moss contributes to her role and why she was eager to cast Nicole Kidman and Gwendoline Christie.
Top of the Lake: China Girl star David Dencik discusses the Dostoyevskian character that helped inspire his role as Puss, the “moody” and “disgusting” room in which his character lives and Puss’s relationship with Rob Griffin’s (Elisabeth Moss) biological daughter Mary (Alice Englert).
Sarah (Amy Landecker) and Len (Rob Huebel) discuss their custody situation with a mediator. The mediator recommends they take turns living with their children in their Los Feliz home and that Sarah should rent an apartment nearby.
At an outdoor ceremony, the Pfeffermans pose for a family photo at the wedding of Sarah (Amy Landecker) and Tammy Cashman (Melora Hardin).
Ed (Lawrence Pressman) has passed away and is wrapped in white linen. The Pfeffermans prepare for Ed’s funeral.
SundanceTV will premiere the first season of acclaimed Australian comedy series, Rosehaven, on Wednesday, September 27 at 11/10c with two back-to-back episodes for the first four weeks.
Top of the Lake: China Girl star Ewen Leslie introduces his character Pyke’s journey, discusses his audition with creator Jane Campion and divulges his love for her films.
Shelly (Judith Light) and Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) discuss Ed’s (Lawrence Pressman) deteriorating condition. Maura says they have options for putting Ed out of his misery. Shelly says she sometimes does some Googling on the subject.