"Mare of Easttown" is an American crime drama series directed by Craig Zobel and Brad Ingelsby.
The starring cast includes Kate Winslet as Mare Sheehan, Julianne Nicholson as Lori Ross, Jean Smart as Helen Fahey, Angourie Rice as Siobhan Sheehan, David Denman as Frank Sheehan, Neal Huff as Father Dan Hastings, Guy Pearce as Richard Ryan, Cailee Spaeny as Erin McMenamin, John Douglas Thompson as Chief Carter, Joe Tippett as John Ross and others.

Here are "Mare of Easttown" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Mare of Easttown TV series?

Roadshow Films on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 released the trailer for "Mare of Easttown" you can watch here:
Mare of Easttown: Official Trailer.

Plot summary

What is Mare of Easttown TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Mare of Easttown" TV series plot summary.

In the suburbs of Philadelphia, a detective named Mare Sheehan (Kate Winslet) investigates the recent murder of a teenage mother while trying to keep her own life from falling apart. Mare is a local hero, having been the star of a high-school basketball championship game 25 years ago. She has also been unable to solve the case of another missing young girl for a year, leading many in the community to doubt her detective skills. Her personal troubles include a divorce, a son lost to suicide, and an ex-heroin addict daughter-in-law battling for custody of Mare's grandson.

Cast

Who plays who in the Mare of Easttown TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Mare of Easttown" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Kate Winslet  as Mare Sheehan a detective sergeant in Easttown, Pennsylvania
Julianne Nicholson  as Lori Ross Mare's closest friend
Jean Smart  as Helen Fahey Mare's mother
Angourie Rice  as Siobhan Sheehan Mare's daughter
David Denman  as Frank Sheehan Mare's ex-husband
Neal Huff  as Father Dan Hastings Mare's cousin, a Catholic priest and the pastor of St. Michael's Church
Guy Pearce  as Richard Ryan an author and creative writing professor
Cailee Spaeny  as Erin McMenamin a teenage single mother
John Douglas Thompson  as Chief Carter Mare's boss at the police department
Joe Tippett  as John Ross Lori's husband
Evan Peters  as Detective Colin Zabel the county detective called in to assist Mare
Sosie Bacon  as Carrie Layden the mother of Mare's grandson Drew
James McArdle  as Deacon Mark Burton a Catholic deacon reassigned to St. Michael's after sexual misconduct allegations at his previous parish
Ruby Cruz  as Jess Riley Erin's best friend
Kate Arrington  as Faye Frank's fiancรฉe
Izzy King  as Drew Sheehan Mare's grandson, born to her son Kevin and his girlfriend Carrie Layden
Enid Graham  as Dawn Bailey an Easttown resident whose daughter, Katie, has been missing for over a year
Connie Giordano  as Patty Del Rasso Brianna's mother
Cody Kostro  as Kevin Sheehan Mare's late son
Sasha Frolova  as Missy Sayers
Dominique Johnson  as Freddie Hanlon Beth's opioid-addicted brother
Mackenzie Lansing  as Brianna Del Rasso Dylan's girlfriend
Cameron Mann  as Ryan Ross Lori and John's son
Kassie Mundhenk  as Moira Ross Lori and John's daughter
Kiah McKirnan  as Anne Harris a DJ at the high school radio show where Siobhan's band performs
Jack Mulhern  as Dylan Hinchey Erin's ex-boyfriend
Patrick McDade  as Glen Carroll Betty's husband
Chinasa Ogbuagu  as Beth Hanlon Freddie's sister and Mare and Dawn's close friend
Patrick Murney  as Kenny McMenamin Erin's abusive, alcoholic father
Drew Scheid  as Geoff Gabeheart one of Siobhan's friends
Eric T. Miller  as Tony Del Rasso Brianna's father, a restaurant owner
Robbie Tann  as Billy Ross John's brother and Lori's brother-in-law
Madeline Weinstein  as Becca Siobhan's stoner girlfriend
Phyllis Somerville  as Betty Carroll an elderly Easttown resident
Justin Hurtt-Dunkley  as Officer Trammel
Anthony Norman  as Nathan Forde
Pat DeFusco  as Officer Tommy Boyle
Sadat Waddy  as Sean
Katie Kreisler  as Trisha Riley
Patsy Meck  as Jan Kelly
Caitlin Houlahan  as Katie Bailey
Jeremy Gabriel  as Steve Hinchey
Rose Decker  as Kenzie
Debbie Campbell  as Katherine Hinchey
Kittson O'Neill  as Officer Susie Holbert
Setty Brosevelt  as 1995 Neighbor
Ned Eisenberg  as Detective Hauser
Deborah Hedwall  as Judy Zabel
Eisa Davis  as Gayle Graham
Brian Gallagher  as Corporal Jimmy Masterson
Gabi Faye  as Brianna's Friend
Brooke Stacy Mills  as Reporter
Jeb Kreager  as Van Driver
Brian Rock  as Katie's Uncle
Hannah Flannery  as Shannon
Caroline Mixon  as Kerry
Meredith Sullivan  as Kylie
Rachel Poletick  as Kelly
Jim Scopelitis  as Dennis
Rachel Nielsen  as Rose
Kevin D. Benton  as Bar Patron
Jennifer Butler  as Sheehan Neighbor
Zion Campbell  as Basketball Fan
Jimmy Chang  as Church Attendee
James Dormuth  as Church Goer
Dave Ferrier  as Church Goer
Cory Kastle  as Church Goer
Chelsea Marie Marlowe  as Academy Student
Catherine Mary Moroney  as Church Goer
Damien Paige  as Church Goer
Rosa Arredondo  as Tammy
Bronwen O'Connor  as Allie
Gordon Clapp  as Pat Ross
Brenda McCullough  as Weathered Woman
Vanita Kalra  as Dr. Christine Long
Michelle Pauls  as Weathered Woman
J. Paul Nicholas  as Store Owner
Suli Holum  as Stacey Woodley
Tara London  as Betty's Daughter
Evan Dominguez  as Kyle
Anna Marie Sell  as Betty's Daughter
Lee Avant  as Medical Examiner
Brian Anthony Wilson  as Medic
David E. Goodman  as Athletic Director
Alan Pratt  as Neurosurgeon
A.J. Tecce  as Popular Boy
Russ Widdall  as David Sager
Adison Finkler  as Popular Boy's Friend
Christopher Mann  as Ballistics Expert
Lauren Pilgermayer  as Server
Daniel Fredrick  as Patrick
Carol Florence  as Dennis' Wife
Scott Lehman  as Police Dog Handler
Anthony Rugnetta  as Bartender
Dana Kreitz  as Carrie's Co-Worker
Michael Harrah  as Mr. Kline
Satomi Hofmann  as Reporter
Allen Fawcett  as Jewelry Store Owner
Katie Meginniss  as Book Signing Guest
Jenna Kray  as Teen Girl
Elliot Frances Flynn  as Teen Girl
Khalil McMillan  as Zabel's Friend
Zachary Gaviria  as Teen Boy
Anthony Notarile  as Teen Boy
Joey Blanco  as Teen Boy at Party
Dani Montalvo  as Brianna's Friend
Jared Michael Delaney  as Reporter
Cody N. Carter  as Valet
Ruby Akula  as Church Member
Ed Aristone  as Gym Teacher
Francesca Calo  as Reporter #2
Ernest DiLullo Sr.  as Bar Patron
Curt Foy  as DJ
Victoria Aaliyah Goins  as Carrie's Housemate
Kelvin Hale  as Constable
Rob Jankowski  as Church Goer
Rodney Jones  as Reporter
Thaddeus Kalinoski  as Prisoner Guest
Jerry Lobrow  as Restaurant Patron
Robert Poletick  as Mediator
Scot Teller  as Self
Johny Walsh  as Police Officer

Filming

What are Mare of Easttown filming details?

"Mare of Easttown" series are produced by Zobot Projects, Mayhem Pictures, Juggle Productions and Low Dweller Productions.

The average duration of each episode is 57 - 60 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Mare of Easttown TV series?

"Mare of Easttown" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.6/10.

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