Spectrum Originals Picks Up Australian Drama ‘Eden’ – .

Spectrum Originals headed down under to find its latest international drama – the Australian thriller Eden.

The broadcaster Charter Communications recorded the drama with eight episodes, which comes from the Australian streamer Stan and the distributor All3Media International. It will air in 2021.

It will be the latest international series to air on the platform – Spectrum has already aired UK drama Temple and teamed up with UK streamer BritBox for Cold War spy series A Spy Among Friends starring Damian Lewis and Dominic West.

Eden revolves around an idyllic waterfront city that holds some very dark secrets. What follows is the disappearance of a girl in Byron Bay, an Australian city that seems to be paradise. Each episode is told from a different character’s perspective, and the mystery unfolds through multiple lenses as the secrets that bind that supposed nirvana are revealed.

The cast includes Sophie Wilde (Vogel), Samuel Johnson Oam (The Secret Lives of Us), Bebe Bettencourt (The Dry), Christopher James Baker (True Detective), Cody Fern (American detective story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace) and Keiynan Lonsdale (The Flash), Claude Jabbour (Stateless) and Cassandra Sorrell (Plastic).

Eden, created by aspiring writer and director Vanessa Gazy (Highway) who is chief writer and executive producer. It was developed in collaboration with Skins inventor Bryan Elsley and is based on an original concept by Deb Cox, who created Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries with Fiona Eagger. It is produced by Every Cloud Productions and Balloon Entertainment.

John Curran (Chappaquiddick) directs Mirrah Foulkes (Judy & Punch) and Peter Andrikidis (Harrow). Fiona McConaghy produces.

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