Sundance Now Picks Up U.S. Rights to ‘The Secrets She Keeps’

  • Variety
AMC Networks’ streaming service Sundance Now has picked up U.S. rights to the literary adaptation “The Secrets She Keeps.”

Based on a novel by Michael Robotham, the noirish drama builds on a chance encounter between two pregnant women in a supermarket just outside of Sydney. While Meghan is an upwardly mobile social media influencer, Agatha struggles to get by, working a low-wage job without any spousal support. Both have secrets that gradually emerge as their lives collide.

Written by Sarah Walker (“Home and Away”) and Jonathan Gavin (“Offspring”), and produced by Aussie outfit Lingo Pictures, the series will air on Australia’s Network 10 later this year. Dcd Rights is handling international sales for the series, which was recently picked up by the BBC.

“Sundance Now has some of the best curated content in the U.S., so we are thrilled that North American audiences will soon be able to
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