LATIN AMERICA: Deadwater Fell Premieres On TNT Series Tonight


David Tennant stars in the psychological drama Deadwater Fell which premieres on TNT Series in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Mexico tonight under the title Il Incendio. The miniseries follows the impact of a tragedy on a tight-knit community where nothing is what it seems and everyone has their secrets. 

David plays Tom Kendrick in the four-part series, which premiered on Channel 4 in January. A doctor in a small Scottish town, Kendrick’s wife and three children die in a ferocious house fire of which he is the only survivor. However, when it is found that the fire was started deliberately, Tom is the first to fall under suspicion. As the drama progresses, the family’s life is slowly unpicked and the events that led to the tragic deaths slowly become clear. Deadwater Fell also stars Cush Jumbo, Matthew McNulty and Anna Madeley.

The series is directed by Lynsey Miller (The Boy with the Topknot, Doing Money), Executive Producers are Emma Kingsman-Lloyd (Humans, Grantchester) and Karen Wilson (Utopia, The Tunnel), David Tennant and Daisy Coulam with Caroline Levy (Beecham House, Hooten & The Lady, The Mill) producing. Deadwater Fell is produced by Kudos (Humans, Utopia, Tin Star), part of Endemol Shine UK, for Channel 4 and has been commissioned by Channel 4’s Head of Drama, Caroline Hollick.

Deadwater Fell premieres on tonight on TNT Series Latin America at 11.15pm in Brazil and at 11.30pm in Argentina, Chile and Mexico, with new episodes following weekly.



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