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Bad Mothers will launch on Sundance Now next month
AMC Networks-owned streaming service Sundance Now has acquired the US rights to an Australian drama from Red Arrow Studios International.
Produced by Jungle Entertainment in association with Filthy Productions, Bad Mothers explores the underbelly of modern motherhood through the prism of four very different women as they juggle life’s big issues: love, family, career, infidelity – and murder.
Starring Tess Haubrich (Treadstone), Mandy McElhinney (Love Child), Jessica Tovey (Wonderland) and Shalom Brune-Franklin (The Heart Guy), Bad Mothers premiered on Australia’s Nine Network last year. It will launch on Sundance Now in the US on May 7.
The series was created by Rachel Lang and Gavin Strawhan, who wrote it with Sarah Walker and Tim Lee. Chole Rickard and Steven Zanoski produce, with Geoff Bennett, Sian Davis and Catriona McKenzie directing.