‘The Family’ TV Series Premiere: Everything You Need to Know!

The Family

ABC has teased the premiere of its new TV series, “The Family,” during the recent Academy Awards.

Three promo trailers of the show had been aired during the Oscars 2016.

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Season one of the thriller drama will debut with a sneak peek on Thursday (March 3) at 9:00 pm ET/PT. On Sunday (March 6), “The Family” airs on its regular timeslot at 9:00 pm, TV Series Finale wrote.

“The Family” stars Joan Allen as Claire, Alison Pill as Willa, Margot Bingham as Detective Nina Meyer, Zach Gilford plays as Danny, Liam James as Adam, Floriana Lima as Bridey, Madeleine Arthur portrays young Willa and Rarmian Newton as young Danny. It also stars Rupert Graves  as John Warren and Andrew McCarthy as Hank.

According to ABC, the series follows the return of a politician’s young son who was presumed dead after disappearing over a decade earlier.

The network described the show as: “A family is shaken to the core when a politician’s presumed dead son suddenly returns. After disappearing a decade earlier, Adam Warren’s homecoming to Red Pines, ME, is initially met with astonishment and joy, but suspicions soon begin to emerge. Is he really who he says he is? The boy’s shocking reappearance forces the entire family to re-examine who they are and unearths long-buried secrets, betrayals and heartache.”

Broadway World wrote Detective Nina Meyer’s career revolves around cracking the mystery of Adam’s kidnapping. She, along with Agent Clements, will go on a hunt for a child kidnapper whose MO is similar to Adam’s abductor.

Bridey Cruz, a new reporter, manages to enter Warren’s house but she but arouses Willa’s suspicions when she is caught prowling around the house uninvited, the site added.  Meanwhile, Claire’s darker side is revealed as she attempts to get Hank to spill secrets about Adam’s kidnapping.

Jenna Bans wrote the first episode, titled “Pilot,” and it was directed by Paul McGuigan, while “Feathers or Steel” episode, which will be aired on March 20, was written by Corey Miller and directed by John Gray.


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