Too Close is a new psychological thriller mini-series coming to ITV in April.
Based on the novel of the same name by Natalie Daniels (aka The Bill actress Clara Salaman), Too Close explores a twisted working relationship between a forensic psychologist and her newest patient.
The cat-and-mouse series will run for three episodes and features some top-tier British talent. Will Too Close be another one of ITV's best dramas? What twists and turns with this new drama take? We don’t have to wait much longer to find out!
Here’s everything you need to know about Too Close!
Too Close release date
The Too Close release date is Monday April 12 at 9pm on ITV. Episodes two and three will be shown on consecutive nights at 9pm.
Too Close cast
Back in September last year, ITV announced that acclaimed actresses Emily Watson and Denise Gough would feature in the upcoming psychological min-series.
Emily Watson (Chernobyl, Apple Tree Yard) plays forensic psychiatrist Dr. Emma Robertson. She called her part "an actor's dream" in our interview and said that Dr. Robertson is someone trying to keep her life together, but "she’s disintegrating and it’s all going to come crashing down, the whole pack of cards."
Robertson has been assigned to work with two-time Olivier Award-winning actress Denise Gough’s (Angels in America (2018), People, Places and Things (2016)) character, Connie Mortensen. When we spoke to Denise Gough, she told us all about her role. She explained "Connie is such an interesting character. You’re not sure of her at all and it’s great to play someone who’s so unsympathetic."
Thalissa Teixeira (Two Weeks to Live, Trigonometry) has also joined the cast. Thalissa plays Ness Jones, Connie’s best friend. Jamie Sives is also on board. He plays Connie's husband, Karl Mortensen.
Is there a trailer?
Yes and it looks very tense!
What’s the plot?
Too Close is a three-part mini-series that focuses on the dangerous relationship between Dr Robertson and Connie Mortensen.
Connie is a woman who’s been accused of a heinous crime, but she claims she doesn’t remember anything about it. As Dr Robertson begins working on Connie’s case, the two grow extremely close.
Somehow, Connie has a searing insight into Robertson’s private life and begins exploiting her insecurities in their sessions. What should be a simple assignment instead becomes a complicated, psychological dance between the two of them.
As Emma tries to uncover the truth about Connie, it seems that her attempts to do the right thing for Connie may do more harm to herself.
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