“Bad Sisters” gains critical acclaim at The BAFTAs and Picks Up 3 Awards
The luck of the Irish extended itself to Caviar’s original TV series “Bad Sisters” over the weekend, with the series winning three Baftas for ‘Best Drama Series”, “Best Supporting Actress’ (won by Anne-Marie Duff) as well as ‘Best Titles & Graphic Identity’. This the first time the global production company has won the award and has also provided more glowing accolades for its streaming provider Apple TV.
The Irish dark comedy and thriller which premiered in 2022 is an adaption of the 2012 critically acclaimed Flemish series “Clan” which was created and developed by one of Caviar’s own directors, Malin-Sarah Gozin, who also creatively oversaw the latest series.
Speaking on the new series, Gozin stated “…it’s gonna be a big rollercoaster, it’s a very interesting blend, we’ve got some drama, thriller.. [it’s] a dark comedy”; which certainly rings true as the show follows the Garvey Sisters, whose lives are abruptly changed forever when one of their partner’s mysteriously dies, leaving them all as prime suspects.
Season 1 is streaming now on Apple TV, with a second season already in production.