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[03/31/21 - 08:59 AM]
HBO's "Mare of Easttown" Debuts April 18
Kate Winslet stars in the seven-part limited series.

[03/23/21 - 12:31 PM]
Warner Bros.' "Mortal Kombat," Kate Winslet in Limited Series "Mare of Easttown," New Comedy Series "Made for Love" Arrive on HBO Max This April
Other highlights include "The Big Shot with Bethenny," "Ellen's Next Great Designer," "Generation Hustle" and "Wahl Street."

[03/01/21 - 11:10 AM]
HBO Programming Overview - Spring 2021
The pay channel recaps its current and future offerings to date.

[02/21/21 - 06:01 PM]
Video: Coming Soon to HBO in 2021
"The Nevers," "Mare of Easttown," "Succession" Season 3, "Insecure" Season 5, "100 Foot Wave," "Tina," and more are coming soon to HBO.

[02/16/21 - 11:43 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 16
Updates include: Aaron Eckhart to play Gerald Ford in Showtime's "The First Lady"; CBS eyes "NCIS: Hawaii" spin-off; and Archie Panjabi joins the cast of TNT's "Snowpiercer."

[02/10/21 - 09:00 AM]
HBO's "Mare of Easttown" Debuts April 18
The seven-part limited series stars Kate Winslet as Mare Sheehan, a small-town Pennsylvania detective who investigates a local murder as life crumbles around her.

[02/09/21 - 11:22 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 9
Updates include: The CW greenlights three pilots, order "The 4400" reboot directly to series; Guy Pearce tapped for HBO's "Mare of Easttown"; and quartet to recur on ABC's "Rebel."

[12/17/20 - 02:59 PM]
Video: New HBO Max Brand Spot Features Highlights of Streamer's Expansive 2021 Original Programming Line-Up
Featured in the spot are new HBO Originals including "Mare of Easttown," "The Nevers," "Tiger," and a second special episode of "Euphoria."

[01/15/20 - 12:00 PM]
HBO and Cinemax Programming Overview - WarnerMedia TCA Winter 2020
The company recaps its current and upcoming projects to date.

[01/13/20 - 11:46 PM]
Development Update: Monday, January 13
Updates include: Michael J. Fox to drop by "The Good Fight"; Showtime shelves Mark Boal's drama "Intelligence"; and Dave Bautista boards "See" at Apple TV+.

[10/29/19 - 05:32 PM]
HBO Max Programming Highlights Unveiled at WarnerMedia Day
The company recaps all of its announced projects to date.

[10/17/19 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, October 17
Updates include: Jim Jefferies to star in potential NBC comedy; CBS Television Studios eyes "Clueless" TV series; and Kurt Sutter fired from FX's "Mayans MC."

[09/27/19 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Friday, September 27
Updates include: Freeform cancels "Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists"; HBO's "Mare of Easttown" rounds out cast; and Amy Landecker boards Showtime's "Your Honor."

[01/23/19 - 11:44 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, January 23
Updates include: The CW orders four pilots, including "Riverdale," "Jane the Virgin" spin-offs; Kate Winslet to star in HBO's "Mare of Easttown"; and JoAnna Garcia Swisher cast in ABC's "Happy Accident."







MARE OF EASTTOWN (HBO)
Premieres Sunday, April 18
BROADCAST HISTORY:
4/18/21 - ???
STATUS:
new this spring (yet to premiere)
TIME SLOT:
sundays from 10:00 PM-11:00 PM EST
CURRENT SEASON:
1 (7 episodes)
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
limited series
DESCRIPTION:
(from HBO's press release, March 2021) Starring Academy Award(R), Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R) winner Kate Winslet (HBO's "Mildred Pierce"), from creator Brad Ingelsby ("The Way Back"), with all episodes directed by Craig Zobel (HBO's "The Leftovers" and "Westworld"), the seven-part limited series focused on family and community, MARE OF EASTTOWN, debuts SUNDAY, APRIL 18 (10:00-11:00 ET/PT) on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max. Ingelsby returned to his home state of Pennsylvania to write the series, an exploration into the dark side of a close community and an authentic examination of how family and past tragedies can define our present. Winslet stars as Mare Sheehan, a small-town Pennsylvania detective who investigates a local murder as life crumbles around her.
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Angourie Rice as Siobhan Sheehan
· Cailee Spaeny as Erin McMenamin
· David Denman as Frank Sheehan
· Evan Peters as Colin Zabel
· Guy Pearce as Richard Ryan
· James McArdle as Deacon Mark Burton
· Jean Smart as Helen
· Joe Tippett as John Ross
· John Douglas Thompson as Chief Carter
· Julianne Nicholson as Lori Ross
· Kate Winslet as Mare Sheehan
· Neal Huff as Father Dan Hastings
· Patrick Murney as Kenny McMenamin
· Sosie Bacon as Carrie Layden
RECURRING/PREVIOUS CAST INFORMATION:
· Ben Miles as Richard Ryan (Originally Cast)
CREW INFORMATION:
· Brad Ingelsby as CRTR/EP
· Craig Zobel as EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Gavin O'Connor as EP
· Gordon Gray as EP
· Kate Winslet as EP
· Mark Roybal as EP
· Paul Lee as EP
GENRE(S):
· drama
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Mayhem Pictures
· wiip