An eight-part psychological thriller based on the best-selling crime thriller In The Clearing by author J.P. Pomare has officially arrived to streaming.
WATCH BELOW: The Clearing | Official Teaser | Disney+
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Inspired by the darkness of real-life cults in Australia and around the world, The Clearing burrows under the skin and inside the mind, blurring the lines between past and present, reality and nightmare in a truly unnerving way.
Featuring a star-studded Australian cast, like Teresa Palmer, Miranda Otto and Guy Pearce – just to name a few – the emotional and psychological thriller is set to send hearts pounding and spines tingling.
“The atmosphere and mood of this piece is so unique, I truly hope that it captivates, enthralls and thrills the audience,” director Jeffrey Walker said.
Here, everything you need to know about The Clearing, including when and where to watch it in Australia.
The Clearing is a haunting new thriller series.
Where to watch The Clearing in Australia
Coming in as Disney+’s first scripted Australian Original series, The Clearing premieres on the platform on May 24 under the Star banner.
Filmed across Victoria, The Clearing follows the nightmares of a cult and a woman who’s forced to face the demons from her past in order to stop the kidnapping and coercion of innocent children in the future.
Director Jeffrey Walker said: “The Clearing is a haunting psychological thriller, featuring some of Australia’s finest talent in front, and behind, the lens.”
Who is cast in The Clearing?
Teresa Palmer (Discovery of Witches), Miranda Otto (The Unusual Suspects, Homeland) and Guy Pearce (Jack Irish, Mare of Easttown) lead a stellar line-up of Australian talent.
The cast list also includes Hazem Shammas (Safe Harbour), Mark Coles-Smith (Mystery Road), Kate Mulvany (The Twelve) and rising star Julia Savage (Blaze, Mr Inbetween).
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