Netflix Viewers Can't Get Enough Of 'Gripping' Drama Recently Added
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Viewers are gripped on a newly added drama streaming on Netflix, with people branding it ‘mind blowing’, ‘excellent’ and 'one to watch'. You can check out a trailer for it here:
Psychological thriller Liar centres on newly-single school teacher Laura (played by Joanne Froggatt) who goes on a date with widower surgeon Andrew Earlham (Ioan Gruffudd).
The following day, Laura accuses Andrew of raping her and reports it to the police; after which Andrew is hauled in for questioning where he strenuously denies the allegations.
As news of Laura’s claims become public both Laura and Andrew’s families struggle to come to terms with the situation, while viewers are left wondering who’s really telling the truth.
Liar was created by brothers Harry and Jack Williams, who previously wrote BBC's The Missing and One Of Us.
The show, which was initially released in 2017 on ITV, has more twists and turns than you can shake a stick at, and since it landed on Netflix recently has gained itself a whole new set fans who are ‘gripped’.
Posting on Twitter, one viewer raved: “If you haven’t seen Liar on Netflix… you need to! Crazy, mind blowing psychological thriller. Excellent, excellent writing.”
Another said: “Started watching Liar on Netflix and I’m hooked.”
Someone else wrote: “Who is watching Liar on Netflix? If you like crime or thrillers then I strongly recommend it.”
While a fourth person said: “Half way through this, it’s gripping. Definitely one to watch.”
So that’s your next binge-watch sorted then.
And you’ll be pleased to know that as the series is a slightly older one, there’s actually two full six-episode seasons available to watch on the streaming platform right now.
The second season, which originally aired in 2020, picks up just weeks after the events of the season one finale and introduces several new characters into the mix - including some who have pretty shady pasts.
As you’d expect, there’s plenty more twists in store across the next six-episodes to keep you on the edge of your seat.
And it’s safe to say that if you enjoyed the first season, you’ll rip through the second one in no time, too.
If you fancy seeing what all the fuss is about, then seasons one and two of Liar are streaming on Netflix now.
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