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Alex Kingston and Jodie Whittaker lead the cast of this supernatural drama - a gripping story of three different families living in the same house in the 1960’s, 1980’s and present day. The families are linked by the spirit of a young girl - the 1960’s family’s daughter who died in mysterious circumstances.
|1||VideoEpisode 1||New drama series following three families who live in the same house, called Marchlands, in three different time periods. The families' stories are linked by the ghost of a young girl who drowned in a tragic accident in 1967. In 1968, Ruth and Paul Bowen live at remote house Marchlands with Paul's parents Robert and Evelyn. Ruth and Paul's daughter Alice recently drowned and Ruth is finding it impossible to move on - while Paul has issues of his own. In 1987, Helen and Eddie Maynard try to ignore their daughter Amy's 'imaginary friend' Alice, until Amy reveals that Alice is dead. Helen begins to worry about her daughter - is Alice's presence benign? In 2010, Mark Ashburn returns to the village with his pregnant partner Nisha Parekh. While Nisha is stripping wallpaper in the house, she finds a photo of Alice - and not long afterwards, she is injured falling off a ladder. Later, Nisha meets an old friend of Mark's, and begins to suspect that Mark is not being entirely truthful with her.||45:53||£1.49||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoEpisode 2||The chilling mystery drama continues. The series follows the lives of three families who live in the same remote house, Marchlands, in different time periods, and who are each affected in different ways by the tragic drowning of eight-year-old Alice in the 1960s. In 1968, Ruth and Paul, still grieving over the loss of their daughter Alice, reluctantly visit the local priest, who advises them to have another child. But Ruth remains unconvinced that Alice's death was an accident, and is determined to find out the truth. In 1987, Helen and Eddie take their daughter Amy to a psychiatrist - and are horrified to hear that social services might get involved. Meanwhile, a scared and upset Amy asks her 'imaginary friend' Alice to go away. In 2010, a lonely and housebound Nisha is finding Marchlands gradually more unsettling. Mark asks a local woman to come and help around the house - but does the woman know more than she is letting on?||45:03||£1.49||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode 3||Chilling drama series about three families living in the same remote house in three different time periods, each linked to the others by the tragic death of a young girl named Alice in the 1960s. In 1968, grieving couple Ruth and Paul clash after they discover that they are unlikely to be able to have any more children - and Paul blames Ruth for their daughter Alice's death. A devastated Ruth storms out, and ends up a wild party in Leeds. In 1987, Eddie and Helen are divided on how to deal with their daughter Amy. Is Amy ill or is her 'imaginary friend' Alice a genuine ghost? Later, while Eddie uncovers some intriguing details about Alice, an isolated Scott suffers a seizure. In 2010, Nisha gives birth to a baby girl, and the older Ruth is shocked to hear that she will be named Alice. Mark reprimands Nisha for recreating the original Alice's old bedroom but then Nisha discovers that Mark has not been completely truthful about his past in the village.||44:47||£1.49||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode 4||Penultimate episode of the chilling drama following three families who live in the same remote house in different time periods. Each of the families is linked by the tragic death of young Alice in the 1960s. In 1968, Evelyn stirs up trouble when she tells Paul that the villagers are gossiping about Ruth and a student, while Robert advises him that he and Ruth should leave and make a new start somewhere else. In 1987, Eddie asks the local priest to give Amy's room a blessing, but Helen is horrified and furious when she finds out. When Amy overhears their row, she runs away, drawn by Alice. In 2010, an exhausted Nisha becomes increasingly unsettled by strange things happening in the house and asks the older Ruth about the history of Marchlands. Meanwhile, Mark is exasperated by Nisha's obsession with Alice. Nisha reveals that she knows that Mark lied about his previous relationship with Olive - and she also has some devastating news for him.||44:58||£1.49||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode 5||The chilling supernatural drama series comes to a close. The story follows three families living in the same remote house in three different time periods: 1968, 1987 and 2010. Each family is linked by the tragic death of eight-year-old Alice in the 1960s, and this week's gripping final episode sees the decades-old mystery solved at last. In 1968, Paul asks a distressed Ruth to leave Marchlands and come away with him. But will Ruth be able to leave Alice behind? Meanwhile, things come to a head between Robert and Evelyn. In 1987, Eddie and Helen are still at loggerheads. Eddie decides to take Amy to visit Alice's grave, but while they are out, Scott suffers a seizure in the bath - and his head slips under the water. In 2010, Nisha is shocked when she discovers that Mark has lied to her about the history of the house. An emotional Ruth finally finds out what happened to her daughter decades earlier. Can Alice rest at last?||44:59||£1.49||View in iTunes|
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Loved this! It's sometimes hard to understand but by the end everything comes together :)
One of the best things ever done I wish it was longer lol
Loved every minute, gripping right from the first episode.