MARE OF EASTTOWN Season 1 Episode 7 Photos Sacrament – Mare’s investigation takes a series of devastating turns, while her friends and family members process the fallout as she attempts to finally find her own way forward. Season 1 finale. s01e07 1×07 1.07 s1e7
Starring Academy Award®, Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner Kate Winslet(HBO’s “Mildred Pierce”), from creator Brad Ingelsby (“The Way Back”), with all episodes directed by Craig Zobel (HBO’s “The Leftovers” and “Westworld”), the seven-part limited series focused on family and community, MARE OF EASTTOWN, debuts SUNDAY, APRIL 18 (10:00-11:00 ET/PT) on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max. Ingelsby returned to his home state of Pennsylvania to write the series, an exploration into the dark side of a close community and an authentic examination of how family and past tragedies can define our present. Winslet stars as Mare Sheehan, a small-town Pennsylvania detective who investigates a local murder as life crumbles around her.
MARE OF EASTTOWN also stars Julianne Nicholson (HBO’s “The Outsider”) as “Lori Ross,” Mare’s best friend since childhood; three-time Emmy® winner Jean Smart (Emmy®-nominated for HBO’s “Watchmen”) as “Helen,” Mare’s mother; Angourie Rice (“Black Mirror”) as “Siobhan Sheehan,” Mare’s teenaged daughter; Evan Peters (“American Horror Story”) as “Detective Colin Zabel,” the county detective called in to assist with Mare’s investigation; Guy Pearce (Emmy® winner and Golden Globe®nominee for HBO’s “Mildred Pierce”) as “Richard Ryan,” a local creative writing professor; David Denman(“Outcast”) as “Frank Sheehan,” Mare’s ex-husband; Joe Tippett (“Rise”) as “John Ross,” Lori’s husband and high school sweetheart; Cailee Spaeny (“Devs”) as “Erin McMenamin,” an isolated teen living with her volatile father; John Douglas Thompson (HBO Max film “Let Them All Talk”) as “Chief Carter,” Mare’s boss at the Easttown Police Department; Patrick Murney (“Seven Seconds”) as “Kenny McMenamin,” Erin’s father; James McArdle (“Ammonite”) as “Deacon Mark Burton”; Sosie Bacon(HBO’s “Here and Now”) as “Carrie Layden,” Drew’s mother and Kevin’s ex-girlfriend; and Neal Huff (HBO’s “The Wire”) as Mare’s cousin, “Father Dan Hastings”.
The limited series also stars Kate Arrington, Ruby Cruz, Eisa Davis, Enid Graham, Justin Hurtt-Dunkley, Izzy King, Mackenzie Lansing, Cameron Mann, Kiah McKirnan, Jack Mulhern, Anthony Norman, Drew Scheid, and Madeleine Weinstein.