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Mare of Easttown: How many episodes are there and when is it on?

Mare Of Easttown is currently streaming (Picture: HBO)

Kate Winslet’s Mare Of Easttown is currently gripping the globe with its brutal twists – but there’s only a matter of weeks left before it’s all wrapped up.

The crime drama premiered last month and follows detective Mare Sheehan (played by Winslet) as she investigates the murder of a young woman in a small town near Philadelphia.

Episode five arrived on Monday and shocked viewers right at the last minute with a murder nobody saw coming.

Another character also died as a result of a heart attack behind the wheel of their car, crashing into a telephone pole and causing a blackout.

But how many episodes are left?

How many episodes of Mare of Easttown are there?

Mare Of Easttown dropped its fifth episode on Sky and NOW on Monday.

Now just two more episodes remain before the crime drama comes to an end.

The next chapter is titled Sore Must Be the Storm and a preview sees Mare’s boss Chief Carter giving her back her police badge and reinstating her on the case.

Elsewhere, Brianna Delrasso (Mackenzie Lansing) confesses to Mare that when she woke up on the night of Erin’s murder to find her boyfriend Dylan Hinchey (Jack Mulhern) wasn’t there.

The final episode is titled Sacrament and is due to arrive at the end of the month.

Mare Of Easttown has been billed as a crime miniseries, so it’s unlikely that the show will be renewed for a second season.

When is Mare of Easttown on?

Mare Of Easttown is available to watch on Sky Atlantic in the UK.

The series began on Monday, April 19 and new episodes will air each Monday.

If you don’t have a Sky subscription, fear not, as Mare Of Easttown can also be streamed on NOW.

Credit: Original article published here.

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