Frankie receives tapes that point to the skeleton’s origins and brings them to her ex-husband Beneil, whose professional expertise points them to an occult group known as the Hellfire Club.
Frances grows hostile towards Mark Whitney, and soon, an unspeakable tragedy befalls the Pollard family.
Mae Whitman, Helen Baxendale, David Morrissey, Miles Heizer, Lee Ingleby, Rob Jarvis, Orla McDonagh, Lacey Findlow, Theo Ogundipe, David Holt, Eric Sirakian, Ramanique Ahluwalia, Peter Hamilton Dyer, and Walles Hamonde.
All other parts played by:
Eric Meyers, Walles Hamonde, Nathan Osgood, Lola Wayne, Annabelle Dowler, Sophia Del Pizzo, Jennifer Armour, Grant Burgin, and Chris Anderson.
Created by Brett Neichin
Written by Brett Neichin, John Scott Dryden & Mac Rogers
Script Editor: Mike Walker
Original Music by Seymour Milton & Sacha Puttnam
Sound Design: Adam Woodhams
Sound Editor: Andreina Gomez Casanova
Sound Engineers: Paul Clark, Tony Diaz, Matt Jacobson, Juan Martin del Campo
US Recording Supervisor: Andy Welker
Production Assistant: Jacob Dabb
UK Runners: Coco Lefkow & Capucine Michaux
Promo Producer: Andy Goddard
Trail Producer: Jack Soper
Producer and Casting for Goldhawk Productions: Emma Hearn
Director and Executive Producer for Goldhawk Productions: John Scott Dryden
For Realm, the Producers are: John Brooks, Fred Greenhalgh, & Nicole Otto and
the Executive Producers are: Molly Barton, Marci Wiseman, and Julian Yap.
THE SISTERS is a Realm Original produced by Goldhawk in Association with Lights Out.
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