Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) returns home after Laura’s (Joanne Froggatt) abduction and tells Luke (Jamie Flatters) that Detective Vanessa Harmon (Shelley Conn) is falsely accusing him of rape. He begs Luke to give him an alibi. Luke quietly agrees.
Tom (Warren Brown) gives Laura (Joanne Froggatt) a vial of GHP in his car. Laura describes her plan to break into the hospital locker room using Katy’s (Zoë Tapper) key card and plant the GHP in Andrew’s (Ioan Gruffudd) locker. Tom offers to meet her outside the hospital and help execute the plan. Laura finds Katy’s umbrella in Tom’s car. Tom awkwardly explains that Katy left it in the car after he gave her a ride from the hospital.
Liar co-creators Harry and Jack Williams discuss why they landed on Liar after creating The Missing, how they approached the central mystery to keep the audiences guessing, and the ways Joanne Froggatt (Laura) and Ioan Gruffudd (Andrew) helped to inform their writing on set.
Laura (Joanne Froggatt) calls Katy (Zoë Tapper) from the airport and tells her that Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) broke into her apartment. She vows to take Andrew down.
LIAR star Warren Brown discusses his character Tom’s willingness to help Laura even though they’re exes, a particular difficult day on the shoot and why he thinks the series tells such a compelling story.
Laura (Joanne Froggatt) wakes up from a nightmare in which Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) throttles her.
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.
Luke (Jamie Flatters) calls his father Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) at work and tells him about Laura’s (Joanne Froggatt) online post accusing Andrew of rape. Andrew insists that Laura is lying.
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).
Laura (Joanne Froggatt) returns home after a morning kayak excursion and finds her ex-boyfriend, Tom (Warren Brown), moving the last of his items out of her apartment. They agree to stay friends.
The six-part series will premiere Wed., Sep. 27 at 10/9c, and stars Golden Globe winner Joanne Froggatt (“Downton Abbey”) and BAFTA’s Sian Phillips Award recipient Ioan Gruffudd (“Fantastic Four”).
Created and written by BAFTA and Golden Globe nominated producers and screenwriters Harry and Jack Williams, LIAR tells the story of a night that changes the lives of Laura Newell (Joanne Froggatt) and Andrew Ellis (Ioan Gruffudd) forever.