Emily Watson went on from her appearance as an Emmy-nominated nuclear scientist in “Chernobyl,” in “Too Close,” a forensic psychiatrist from Snowed-In Productions.
According to the 2018 novel “Too Close,” Dr. Emma Robertson (Watson) is “assigned to work with a woman who is accused of an atrocious crime but who insists that she can’t recall anything,” summarizes the sources. “This is the tale of the closeness of two women as nature brings them together.”
The book she wrote under the title Natalie Daniels is translated by Clara Salaman. An actress, too, has “EastEnders” and “The Bill” on video.
ITV didn’t announce the renewal of the series yet. As the story is based upon a book so we can expect more seasons to come in the upcoming years. But it depends on the viewers. There are also chances that ITV might top at season 1 and makes it as a mini-series.
As the series is not renewed yet, there is no official date of release for the season 2. 2021 is the earliest we can expect the series to hit the screens with a sequel.
Emily Watson plays the lead role of Dr. Emma Robinson, but the majority of the cast has still not been revealed, including those who will play Connie’s leading role. Until concentrating on writing, the author of the novel on which the series is based acted in a variety of shows. It would be fascinating to see if it will appear in the mini-series.
The story relates to a forensic psychiatrist named Emma Robinson, who has to examine Connie’s perpetrator, only to become a victim of the informative yet manipulation of Connie.
Connie will redirect the currency by emphasizing Emma’s internal insecurities and implying that maybe Emma is the worst of all.
The sessions are intended to reveal what happened to someone’s death at night. To do so, Emma must learn the truth about her so-called best friend, Ness.
Too Close is a genius script where you are never certain who has the control-the psychologist or the patient, or whether Connie is the psychopath she poses as, said ITV Drama Director of Drama Polly Hill, who commissioned the show. I am excited that Emily Watson will be playing Emma, which will be phenomenal, and I am looking forward to working on this wonderful ITV adaptation with Ruth Kenley Letts and the Snowed-In Productions team.