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1 Seasons, 4 Episodes

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The disappearance of a baby from a small coastal town in Australia is the catalyst for a journey into the disintegrating psychology of a young couple as they deal with an unthinkable tragedy under both the white light of public scrutiny and behind closed doors.
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The Cry: SEASON 1, EPISODE 4: Episode 4 | TVBuzer

Aired: October 21,2018

Joanna and Alistair try to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the tragic events, but they cannot avoid drifting further and further apart. An unexpected delivery brings long-buried memories flooding back for Joanna, but the revelation calls everything they thought they knew into question as the truth about their child's disappearance finally e... more

 
 
 
 
 
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The Cry: Craig Russell's 'Lennox' Crime Thriller Books Being Adapted for TV (Exclusive) News | TVBuzer

Craig Russell's 'Lennox' Crime Thriller Books Being Adapted for TV (Exclusive)

“The Cry” producer Synchronicity Films has optioned Craig Russell’s “Lennox” book series and will adapt the period Scotland-set thrillers for TV. Robert Murphy – whose extensive series credits include “DCI Banks,” “Inspector George Gently,” and “Vera” – is attached to handle the adaptation. The “Lennox” series is set in tough inner-city Glasgow in the 1950s. The titular Lennox is a private eye, born in Scotland but rais... more

The Cry: How the 2019 Intl Emmy Nominees Reflect Increasing Globalization of Content News | TVBuzer

How the 2019 Intl Emmy Nominees Reflect Increasing Globalization of Content

As the champagne flows at the Ronny Chieng-hosted Intl. Emmys gala ceremony in New York Nov. 25, the picture of television is changing. The globalization of content means streamers are increasingly looking to local production, allowing more people to come to the party. Used to be that noms were made up of “a lot from the U.K., a few others from Europe and every once in a whole something from South America and Australia,” says Bruce L. Paisner, president and CEO of the Intl. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. “Now we have more ent... more

 
 
 
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