SPRINGHILL, SERIES 1
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A British family faces dark secrets
Liz and Jack Freeman have been happily married for almost two decades, tending to their Liverpool home and raising five boisterous children. But their lives are thrown into turmoil with the unwelcome arrival of Eva Morrigan, a vengeful woman who harbors the family’s darkest secrets. Eva is hell-bent on getting even with Liz, which drives the once-cheerful clan into chaos.
Created by Paul Abbott (Shameless, State of Play) and Frank Cottrell Boyce, veterans of Britain’s Coronation Street, and buoyed by strong screenwriters including Russell T. Davies (Doctor Who, Queer as Folk), this series mixes the delicious drama of a soap with mysterious, supernatural elements. It’s Twin Peaks meets EastEnders, with few taboos left untouched as the Freemans face shocking revelations and electrifying confrontations.
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We start out with a nice Liverpool family that has a dark secret that only 4 people are privy to, Liz,Jack, the local priest and Eva. Eva Morrigan shows up after a 15 year absence and starts trouble. She is not going to keep the secret and slowly goes after each member of the family that Liz and Jack Freeman have tried so hard to protect from her. She is part villian, witch and devil. After she gets her hands on the three oldest children she claims Liz stole from her she turns there lives upside down and each are effected by the power she has over them ALMOST to the point of incest. Her daughter Trisha starts to feed into Eva's view of men and ruins her teachers career. She reminds me of the character Lucy Ewing in Dallas. Same long blond hair and reeks havoc. Eva's next victim is her daughter Sue who is determined to get married and is so clueless she doesn't know which mother to have at the wedding. The beginning is great and the ending leaves you wanting more, but the middle is a mess. The best part is the music intro. Springhill is different, I'll give it that!