Close to me is a British telly series that draws its inspiration from Amanda Reynold’s book Close to Me. The series was produced by Alison Sterling with the Nordic Entertainment Group and penned by Angela Pell. The series is a psychological drama that has released only 6 episodes in its first season. The directing credit of the film goes to Michael Samuels.
There are very few series that deals with the psychological issues of humans, and thus this series as well must be appreciated for showcasing such vital aspects of human nature. The story revolves around Jo Harding and her suffering after an accident.
Where To Watch?
You can the exciting series on several platforms like Sky Go, All 4, Virgin TV Go, or you can stream it on Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies and Amazon Video, but the later platforms might cost you quite well. There are very few series dealing with such kinds of aspects, so try not to miss watching them.
What Is It About?
Close to me is a psychological drama that is full of suspense and a lot more to make it all more interesting throughout all its six episodes released to date. The story begins with Jo Harding, a woman with excellent beauty to be living a beautiful and peaceful life with her husband Rob, who seems to be all smitten by her and accompanies her always.
Jo, within a short span, faces a severe accident that leads her to forget all her memories of the past year. But there are several twists in the plot. It gets revealed to Jo that life wasn’t as perfect as it seemed to her, and there are several mysteries that she was totally unaware of.
Cast Of Close To Me Season 1
The stars of this series are as follows, Connie Nielsen as Jo Harding, the main character of the series; Christopher Eccleston as Rob Harding, Jo’s partner; Rosy McEwen playing the role of Sash Harding, the couple’s daughter; Tom Taylor as Finn Harding; Susan Lynch as Cathy.
Ellie Haddington as Wendy; Leanne Best playing the role of Anna; Henning Jensen as Frederik; Ray Fearson as Nick; Nick Blood as Thomas; Jamie Flatters as Owen and Lorraine Burroughs as Helen and a few more.
Watch Close To Meor Not?
If you love psychological thrillers, then choosing to watch the series will be a great choice. You do not get to see such dramas quite often, so why miss. As you watch the episodes, you will realize not everything you believe to be great is actually great.
The way the protagonist smells mysteries and gets to know facts that were till now not known to her is truly exciting and worthy of watching. You would be able to relate with her and accompany her throughout her quest to get back her memories as well as get to know truths that are being made hidden to her desperately. Are people who seem close to us are really close, or they are just acting? Check it out in Close to me.