Sundance Now’s Innocent debuts in March
Sundance Now’s newest scripted drama, “Innocent,” made its debut in the U.S. this week.
New episodes of the fast-paced U.K. thriller will stream weekly every Thursday until its conclusion April 12th. The limited series follows the character David Collins as he returns home from serving seven years in prison for murdering his wife. Sundance Now’s Innocent won critical acclaim when it debuted in the U.K.
When his conviction is overturned due to a technicality, Collins vows to find his wife’s killer. He regains custody of his children and moves in with his brother. But most of the world still views Collins as a killer and wants nothing to do with him.
Collins soon finds himself facing a new investigation that unveils dark secrets of abuse, affairs and money troubles. As a web of lies unmasks new potential suspects, fragile relationships are ripped apart at the seams. But one question remains: is David Collins truly innocent?
Collins sister-in-law and her husband appear suspicious once the story unfolds.
Lee Ingleby is known for starring in “The A word”. The four-part series also stars Angel Coulby, and Daniel Ryan, who plays Collins’ brother. “Innocent” is written by Chris Lang (“The Tunnel,” “Unforgotten”) and Matthew Arlidge (“Silent Witness”). The series is directed by Richard Clark (“Outlander”).
Father & Son: Sundance Now Curator’s pick
If you’re into crime dramas, you might also want to check out this month’s Curator’s Pick on Sundance Now. It’s a 4-part series called “Father & Son”. The story centers on reformed gangster Michael O’Connor who wants to leave his life of crime behind and focus on his new life with his pregnant girlfriend.
O’Connor is pulled back to his old neighborhood and life when his estranged son is accused of murdering another teen. The series won critical acclaim in the U.K. and it’s now available in the U.S. through Sundance Now.
How to stream Sundance Now
Sundance Now is AMC Networks’ premium streaming service, offering original and exclusive dramas, comedies, and true crime series.
You can check out Sundance Now with a free 7-day trial. Sundance Now will also be coming to fuboTV very soon as an additional offering in the Fubo Premier channel bundle. Sundance Now streams over the web on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast devices.