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HomeTVThe Woman in the Wall Release Date Set for Paramount+ Thriller

The Woman in the Wall Release Date Set for Paramount+ Thriller

Paramount+ and Showtime have set the The Girl within the Wall launch date for the upcoming worldwide premiere of the six-episode thriller thriller, starring His Darkish Supplies‘ Ruth Wilson. The collection will begin streaming on January 19 on Paramount+ with Showtime, adopted by its broadcast debut on January 21 on Showtime.

The primary teaser trailer for The Girl within the Wall has additionally been revealed, that includes Wilson as Lorna Brady, who suffered a traumatic previous at considered one of Eire’s notorious Magdalene Laundries.

Try The Girl within the Wall trailer beneath (watch extra trailers):

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Who’s concerned in The Girl within the Wall?

The Girl within the Wall is created and written by Joe Murtagh. Becoming a member of Wilson are Daryl McCormack as Detective Colman Akande, Simon Delaney, Philippa Dunne, Mark Huberman, Hilda Fay, Frances Tomelty and Dermot Crowley. It’s govt produced by Wilson, Simon Maxwell, Sam Lavender, Murtagh, Wilson and Harry Wootliff. It hails from Motive Photos and BBC.

“The collection facilities on Lorna Brady, a lady from the small, fictional Irish city of Kilkinure, who wakes one morning to discover a corpse in her home,” reads the synopsis. “Chillingly, Lorna has no concept who the useless girl is or if she, herself, may be chargeable for the obvious homicide. That’s as a result of Lorna has lengthy suffered from excessive bouts of sleepwalking ever since she was ripped from her life on the age of 15 and incarcerated in The Kilkinure Convent, a (fictional) house to considered one of Eire’s notorious Magdalene Laundries for ladies. There, Lorna gave start to her daughter Agnes, who cruelly was taken from her and whose destiny Lorna by no means has recognized.”

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