What's the story?

Hollington Drive.

Tell me more?

Anna Maxwell Martin and Rachael Stirling play sisters Theresa and Helen in a brooding four-part ITV thriller.

Where do I recognise them from?

Well, they previously starred together in The Bletchley Circle. More recently Maxwell Martin has graced our screens in Line of Duty, Code 404 and Motherland, while Stirling has had roles in Life, Wild Bill and Detectorists.

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What's the plot?

After an idyllic family gathering in a picture-perfect suburb, cousins Ben and Eva ask to play in the park. Ben's mum Theresa feels oddly unsettled with a strong sense of foreboding, but her fears are dismissed.

When the youngsters don't appear home on time, they are discovered fighting beside woodland. Then, a short while later, a distraught neighbour calls to say her 10-year-old son Alex has gone missing.

Gulp. Then what?

Throw a few dark secrets, old traumas, lies, guilt and grief into the mix and we have ourselves a recipe for some compelling viewing.

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Anything else?

The series has been written by Sophie Petzal who created the Irish crime drama Blood. Petzal is also working on a Netflix adaptation of Stuart Turton's novel The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle.

When can I watch?

Hollington Drive begins on STV, Wednesday, at 9pm.