London — Actor, Comedian and filmmaker Sharon Hogan says her new dark comedy thriller "Bad Sisters" is a celebration of family ties. , revolves around a close-knit five Garvey sisters who lost their parents at an early age.
When her one husband of a sister dies suddenly, the insurance company turns to her five and why they want to kill the unkind and intimidating John Paul played by Cress Bang found that each has
The series is based on the Belgian television show "Klan" by Hogan, who stars as one of his sisters girlfriends alongside Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Berthisl, Sarah Greene and Eve Hewson. Adapted from.
"It's about four sisters trying to save their fifth sister from a horrible relationship. There's a lot of funny stuff going on behind the scenes, but it's really about love and family." "It's about John Paul's death," Hogan, one of five brothers, told Reuters on the eve of the show's debut. It plays Thomas and Matt Cluffin, an insurance agent and half-brothers with their own motives for digging.
The series begins at John Paul's funeral and travels back in time to reveal his controlling behavior leading up to his death.
Their plan to banish John Paul, which began as a joke between the sisters, gains momentum as the show progresses.
"Even if it's funny, it's about a very abusive relationship. So maybe there is something out there that can actually say something and resonate in a way that means something to people." I hope there is,' Bang said.
"We had to invest in honesty as if we were playing a serious drama because there were people watching the show, men and women who could be bullied. It helps you recognize things," she said.
"Bad Sisters" will start streaming on her Apple TV+ on Friday. (Reporting by Hannah Rantala, Editing by Richard Pullin)