There’s a scene in Mare of Easttown in which Kate Winslet’s eponymous detective is settled on her sofa, sifting through papers and eating a sandwich.
But while the whodunnit aspect is undoubtedly intriguing, my investment in Mare of Easttown comes mostly from watching Winslet.
Instead, Mare of Easttown is led by a complex, believable, and not always likeable female protagonist.
But there is a reason why this series, released quietly six weeks ago, has proved such a hit.
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