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​ITV's New Murder Drama 'The Sister' Looks Seriously Chilling

​ITV's New Murder Drama 'The Sister' Looks Seriously Chilling

We love nothing more than the announcement of a new TV drama and this brand new show from ITV sounds equal parts gripping and chilling.

The Sister is set to star some big names including Russell Tovey (Years and Years, Him & Her), Bertie Carvel (Doctor Foster), Amrita Acharia (Game of Thrones) and Simone Ashley (Sex Education).

The show will be a "chilling and suspenseful" four-part drama about murder, exposing the "quiet terror of a man trying to escape his past," according to ITV.

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It will follow well-meaning but directionless Nathan (Tovey), a man with a terrible secret. He's prayed it'll stay buried and he's tried to make up for it, but how long can something like this stay hidden?

Doctor Foster's Bertie Carvel will play unwanted visitor Bob in the series (Credit: ITV)
Doctor Foster's Bertie Carvel will play unwanted visitor Bob in the series (Credit: ITV)

Years into his new married life, he is rocked to the core when Bob (Carvel), an unwelcome face from his past, shows up.

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He has shocking news and it triggers a series of catastrophic decisions which bring a tense compelling narrative of psychological suspense, dread, love and even just possibly, redemption.

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But it may not be your typical murder drama, as it may incorporate supernatural or ghostly elements too according to ITV. Will this guy be haunted by his past perhaps?

The Sister, formerly titled Because the Night, is written by Neil Cross, so we know it's in good hands as he also penned Luther.

Amrita Acharia, who played one of Daenerys' right hand women in 'Game of Thrones' is set to star (Credit: Sky Atlantic)
Amrita Acharia, who played one of Daenerys' right hand women in 'Game of Thrones' is set to star (Credit: Sky Atlantic)

The show is set to come to ITV later this year, but the date has not yet been confirmed.

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Whilst you wait for it to drop, why not get stuck into a box set? There are so many available to view right now so we've listed all the best ones you can watch here, with a little synopsis of each so you can decide which one is most up your street.

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Lauren Bell

A freelance journalist at Tyla with an interest in health and fitness, travel and lifestyle topics, as well as highlighting issues for women. She graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2011 with a BA Honours Journalism degree and ever since has written for various platforms, including Mail Online, The Sun, that's life magazine and b-inspired magazine.