Sacred Lies is making a big move. The Facebook Watch series has been picked up by Peacock. The first two seasons will be a part of the launch of the streaming service next week. The series was created by Raelle Tucker, and the deal comes with an option for a third season. The series has not yet been renewed though.
“We’ve truly enjoyed working with Raelle, and were always impressed by her steady hand over the series. She is a brilliant and unique storyteller, with a wealth of ideas, some of which we’re exploring even now. We’re thrilled the show will reach a whole new audience.”
Sacred Lies is just one of the shows that will be available as part of Peacock’s launch. The second season of the series is based on the folktale The Singing Bone and actual murder cases. The show’s story revolves around a young woman (Jordan Alexander) who searches for her family after being abandoned as a child. She finds her father, an inmate who is obsessed with finding unidentified murder victims. Season two’s cast includes Juliette Lewis, Ryan Kwanten, Kimiko Glenn, Kristin Bauer, Emily Alyn Lind, and Odiseas Georgiadis.
What do you think? Are you a fan of the Sacred Lies series? Have you been hoping for a third season?