DENMARK: Deadwater Fell Concludes On DR1 Tonight


The acclaimed UK series Deadwater Fell concludes tonight in Denmark on DR1 from 10:10pm. The gripping psychological drama was created by Daisy Coulam and stars David Tennant as Tom Kendrick, a respected GP in a close Scottish community, whose family die tragically in a house fire which was started deliberately. Deadwater Fell originally aired as a four-part series on Channel 4 in the UK during January. It is being shown in Denmark in two parts of 90 minutes each, concluding this evening.

Deadwater Fell
A small Scottish town is torn by grief and suspicion after a house is destroyed by fire and a mother and her three little daughters perish. Only the girls' father, the local GP Tom, survives. The investigation suggests that the inferno was no accident. But who could think of hurting the seemingly perfect and well-loved family? The community becomes riven with mistrust as those closest to the family begin to question everything they thought they knew about their friends. Laying bare the fragility of trust and the corrosive nature of lies, the series demonstrates that even the closest of friends have their secrets.
Anna Madeley, Matthew McNulty and Cush Jumbo also star.

Deadwater Fell is also available now to stream via the DRTV website here.

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