The Secrets She Keeps
Two women have a chance encounter in a supermarket in an affluent Sydney suburb. They are the same age, both heavily pregnant and due at the same time. Meghan (Jessica De Gouw) is a glamorous online ‘influencer’ on the rise with an ambitious television sports reporter husband Jack (Michael Dorman). Agatha (Laura Carmichael) works in the supermarket as a shelf stacker. Although they live near each other, the two women’s lives could not be more different ... Both women have secrets. And both will risk everything to conceal the truth. But their worlds are about to collide in one shocking act that cannot be undone.
The Secrets She Keeps Ep. 1
Heavily pregnant supermarket shelf-stacker Agatha (Laura Carmichael) is obsessed with Meghan Shaughnessy’s (Jessica De Gouw) seemingly perfect life. But is there more to her covetous gaze than simply admiration?
The Secrets She Keeps Ep. 2
Meghan’s (Jessica De Gouw) explosive secret comes to light. With Meghan’s due date brought forward, Agatha (Laura Carmichael) must step up her plans.
The Secrets She Keeps Ep. 3
A scarring trauma in Agatha’s (Laura Carmichael) past is revealed. Meghan (Jessica De Gouw) heads to hospital to have her baby, unaware that she might be in danger.
The Secrets She Keeps Ep. 4
Agatha (Laura Carmichael) has created her perfect family with her baby and Hayden (Michael Sheasby). But an old flame of Agatha’s threatens to thwart her plans.
The Secrets She Keeps Ep. 5
At a vigil for Baby Ben, Meghan (Jessica De Gouw) and Agatha (Laura Carmichael) come face-to-face. Agatha panics over Baby Rory’s deteriorating health.
This hits on every fear a parent has when they have kids. Twisted and scary!
Such a good show! It keeps you on the edge of your seat, wanting to know what the next piece of the puzzle is. I’m not one to review, however, this one had me so enthralled that I couldn’t stop watching it, I really hope there is more to come!
This was a pretty good little Limited Series! Only six episodes, which makes it easily binge worthy, not taking too much of one’s time. I was going to review that this was definitely a “woman’s watch”, however while on episode two my husband came in and started watching with me and it kept him captivated until the end (which isn’t easy to do). I’m satisfied with the ending (which is a rarity these days), and I believe in “Karma” which this series is full of. I would give it a 3.75 if I could, but since I’m unable to do that I went with four stars.
Loved it! Well acted, twists & turns.
That was a very compelling series, and also extremely well acted. I highly recommend it!!