SUNDANCE NOW ORIGINAL DRAMA "CLOSE TO ME," STARRING CONNIE NIELSEN AND CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON, DEBUTS ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16
New Episodes to Debut Weekly on Sundance Now and AMC+
"... guiltily good thriller"
"... a deliciously dark binge-watch"
- The Guardian
"Nielsen gives a memorable performance... "
- Radio Times
NEW YORK - November 16, 2021 - The suspenseful six-part thriller Close To Me is making its US debut on Sundance Now and AMC+ on Thursday, December 16. New episodes are set to debut weekly with the finale premiering Thursday, January 20, 2022.
Based on Amanda Reynold's magnetic and unsettling novel of the same name, Close to Me follows Jo Harding (Connie Nielsen, Wonder Woman 1984, The Following, The Good Wife) a woman who seems to have it all, until a fall erases an entire year from her memory. As she struggles to piece events together, Jo discovers that her life wasn't quite as perfect as she imagined and that someone will do all they can to keep a terrible secret from her.
Close to Me also stars BAFTA-Nominated Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who, The Leftovers), is written by Angela Pell (Snow Cake, Gifted), directed by Michael Samuels (The Windermere Children, The Missing, Any Human Heart) and is produced by All3Media.
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