–By Valerie Milano
Such is the series’ intriguing premise, which seems to be made for binge watching with a clear-cut beginning, middle, and end. Part of this modern-day morality tale is told in flashbacks.
Some of us are simply presumed innocent more often than others. Well-educated white men and women usually rank highest on this list.
“There is something behind that veneer that is slightly disturbing,” said Gruffudd of his surgeon character, ostensibly a pillar of the community by virtue of race, education, occupation, income, family ties, and many other things. Froggatt, too, warned the audience that she would be playing a “bad girl.”
The Media Age might make us less certain about the truth than ever before. Facebook users sometimes ask if one’s posts accurately reflect them. Ambiguity is the name of the game.
“It is what it is, in one sitting,” said Gruffudd of this psychological thriller. Sounds splendid! The first episode of LIAR is scheduled to launch on Wednesday, September 27that 10/9c.