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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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24.5%
Average
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Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
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About this title

Storyline

Fresh from a brief stay at a psych hospital, reporter Camille Preaker faces a troubling assignment: she must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls. For years, Camille has hardly spoken to her neurotic, hypochondriac mother or to the half-sister she barely knows: a beautiful 13 year old with an eerie grip on the town. Now, installed in her old bedroom in her family's Victorian mansion, Camille finds herself identifying with the young victms - a bit too strongly. Dogged by her own demons, she must unravel the psychological puzzle of her own past if she wants to get the story - and survive this homecoming.

Country: United States

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: July 8, 2018

Also Known As: Αιχμηρά αντικείμενα, Objetos cortantes |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (18) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
self-destruction
child murder
missouri

Company Credits

Production Co: Crazyrose, Fourth Born |  See more »

Cast

Tom Simmons
as Judge
Amy Adams
as Camille Preaker
Guy Boyd
as Clyde
Randy Oglesby
as Pastor
Michelle Arthur
as French Restaurant Patron
Joy Jacobson
as Overholt Receptionist
Rakesh Gosain
as Gas Station Clerk
Jennifer Lamar
as Alice's Mother
Bobby Akers
as Resident
Evan Castelloe
as Teen Kirk Lacey
Kevyn Bashore
as Restaurant Guest
Will Milvid
as J.C.
Elsa Morales Myers
as Funeral Mourner
Reid Meadows
as Boy
Celeste Pechous
as Receptionist
Matt Craven
as Chief Bill Vickery
Eliza Scanlen
as Amma Crellin
Madison Davenport
as Ashley Wheeler
Joey Kroh
as Calhoun Worker
Kaegan Baron
as Ann Nash
Robert Artz
as Wind Gap Griever
Mason Pike
as Bully Jock
Loretta Shenosky
as Seamstress
Damian Forest Light
as Bystander
Michael Andrew Baker
as Wind Gap Officer
Jade Duncan
as Teen Katie Lacey
Miguel Sandoval
as Frank Curry
Cody Sullivan
as Nathan
Lauran September
as Angie
Jon Zepp
as Funeral Attendee
Hilary Ward
as Becca
Dylan Schombing
as James Capisi
Rebecca Koon
as Stunned Woman
Vitta Quinn
as Hotel Woman
Leonard Kelly-Young
as Medical Examiner
London Vanovan
as Amanda Nash
Kevin Thomas
as Party Guest
Sam Littlefield
as Jiminy
Savannah Schafer
as Cheerleader #8
Therese McLaughlin
as Oxy Mom
Elizabeth Perkins
as Jackie O'Neill
Ericka Kreutz
as Lisa
Aaron Holliday
as Damon
Justin Welborn
as Kendall
Beth Broderick
as Annie B
Sydney Sweeney
as Alice
Sonny Shah
as Cashier
Gregory H. Alpert
as Foreman
Olive Ryan
as Teen Angie
Yindra Zayas
as Teen Becca
Richard B. Henderson
as Rickie
Lindsay Ayliffe
as White Haired Man/White-Haired Man
Annie Fitzgerald
as Adora Crellin
Angel Santana
as Barkeep
Stacy Haiduk
as Crystal Capisi
Chris Messina
as Detective Richard Willis
Kevin Cline
as Calhoun Days Guest
Stacie Greenwell
as Intake Nurse
Micaela Wittman
as Girl Teen
Ryan James Nelson
as Nolan
Anthony B. Harris
as Search Party Member
Ravi Kapoor
as Dr. Hafia
Gunnar Koehler
as Bobby Nash
Corinne van den Heuvel
as Wind Gap Griever
Jennifer Aspen
as Jeannie Keene
Will Chase
as Bob Nash
Senta Burke
as Uniform Cop
Cristina Spruell
as Cheerleader
Kenley Smyth
as Young Amma
Betsy Baker
as Jocelyn Vickery
Cristine Rose
as Nurse Beverly
William Myers
as Funeral Mourner
Matt Bauman
as Jock
Demarcus Laney
as Customer
Daisy Garcia
as Bar Waitress
Catherine Uram
as Nurse
Iyana Halley
as Mae
Kaci Barnes
as Cheerleader #7
Cynthia Graf
as Waitress
Micheal Wellington
as Calhoun Day Rich Man
Wes Robertson
as Jack
Violet Brinson
as Kelsey
Jean Villepique
as Gretchen
Loretta Fox
as Melissa
Forest Baker
as Wind Gap Griever
Rolando Boyce
as St. Louis Cop
D. B. Sweeney
Te'a Jones
as Cheerleader #2
Shane Donovan Lewis
as Hunting Boy Group
Jackson Hurst
as Kirk Lacey
Kennedy Tucker
as Alpha Friend
Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris
as Mae's Mom
Cole Doman
as Guy Teen
Sarah Weese
as Cheerleader #5
Patricia Clarkson
as Adora Crellin
Bobby T
as STL Bystander
Jake Holley
as Highschool jock
Andrew Buzolic
as Enzo
Thomas Mark Higgins
as Pedestrian
Jessica Treska
as Natalie Keene
Matty Evers
as Dee
Melinda Ratner
as Court Clerk
Kayla Gonzalez
as Cheerleader #4
Tyler Walker
as Wind Gap Griever
Adam Cronan
as Translator
Phoebe Tweddle
as Dixie Teen
Keno K. Deary
as Paramedic
Zachary Barton
as Sarabeth
David Sullivan
as Chris
Taylor John Smith
as John Keene
Stephanie Astalos-Jones
as Woman on Ground/Woman on the Ground
Sophia Marcs
as Calhoun Day Guest
Stacy Beckly
as Rich Calhoun Day Guest
Julianne Collins
as Party Goer
Henry Czerny
as Alan Crellin
Barbara Eve Harris
as Eileen Curry
Gracie Prewitt
as Tiffanie Nash
Sophia Lillis
as Young Camille
D.B. Sweeney
as Dad Keene
Kyle J.M. Thompson
as Bar patron
Emily Yancy
as Gayla
Zach Louis
as Teen Partygoer
Lulu Wilson
as Marian Crellin
April Brinson
as Jodes
Desirae Moya
as Little Drummer Girl
Jose Miguel Vasquez
as Mexican Worker
Reagan Pasternak
as Katie Lacey
Catherine Carlen
as Deeanna
Tom Simmons
as Judge
Amy Adams
as Camille Preaker
Matt Craven
as Chief Bill Vickery
Madison Davenport
as Ashley Wheeler
Miguel Sandoval
as Frank Curry
Elizabeth Perkins
as Jackie O'Neill
Justin Welborn
as Kendall
Chris Messina
as Detective Richard Willis
Harvey B. Jackson
as Local Griever/Restaurant Patron
Jennifer Aspen
as Jeannie Keene
Will Chase
as Bob Nash
Jackson Hurst
as Kirk Lacey
Patricia Clarkson
as Adora Crellin
Shantiel Alexis Vazquez
as Inmate
Henry Czerny
as Alan Crellin
Barbara Eve Harris
as Eileen Curry
Reagan Pasternak
as Katie Lacey

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 8 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

California on Location Awards 2018

Winner

California on Location Awards

Location Manager of the Year - One Hour Television

Gotham Awards 2018

Nominee

Gotham Awards

Breakthrough Series - Longform

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