The End – Here Are Complete Details On Release Date, Cast And Plot – Everything We Know So Far

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The dark comedy “The End” was purchased by cable channel Showtime in September 2020, according to Deadline. It will be released in 2021. On May 21, 2021, the network announced that the international series, which was shot in Queensland, Australia, would air over the summer.

The 10-part series is produced by See-Saw Films and co-produced by Sky UK and Foxtel Australia, and it centres on three generations of one family “trying to figure out how to live with meaning, die with dignity, and uncover the beauty that lies in between,” according to the official series website.

As of this writing, “The End” has remained relatively low-key, but that may change if the script and performances are as good as Jana Winograde, head of entertainment at Showtime Networks, claims. Here’s all we know so far about the impending TV event “The End,” including the cast, release date, and premise.

When Is The End Going To Be Released? 

The ten segments of the first season of “The End” will begin airing on Sunday, July 18th, according to a press release from Showtime. Starting at 8 p.m. ET, the first two episodes will air back-to-back.

Along with the official release date, the channel has also produced a new trailer for “The End,” which viewers can watch.

“The End” is one of a few productions that Showtime has announced will be released this summer.

Starting June 6 at 8 p.m. ET, it will debut “The Kings,” a four-part documentary series focusing on Roberto Durán, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Tommy Hearns, and Sugar Ray Leonard.

The basketball player’s documentary “Kevin Garnett: Anything Is Possible” will premiere on July 30 at 9 p.m. ET.

On May 23, Showtime presented the season premieres of its drama programmes “The Chi” and “Black Monday,” as well as comedy newbie “Flatbush Demeanors,” all of which will air throughout the summer.

If you have access to the channel or its streaming service, you’ll be able to see some interesting originals while the weather heats up.

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Who Is In The End’s Cast?

Frances O’Connor (“Mansfield Park”) plays Kate Brennan, a palliative care specialist, in “The End.” Edie Henley, Frances’ mother, is played by Harriet Walter (“The Crown”), who lives in England but must be relocated to a retirement facility on Australia’s Gold Coast — and who makes a life-changing decision that goes against everything Frances believes.

Noni Hazlehurst, Roy Billing, Robyn Nevin, Luke Arnold, Ingrid Torelli, Morgan Davies, John Waters, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Dimitriades star alongside Noni Hazlehurst, Roy Billing, Robyn Nevin, Luke Arnold, Ingrid Torelli, Morgan Davies, John Waters, Brendan Cowell, and Alex Dimitriades in the film “The End.”

It was written and directed by Samantha Strauss (“Dance Academy”), with Jessica M. Thompson (“The Light of the Moon”) with Jonathan Brough (“Rosehaven”) directing.

As befitting a series that spans multiple generations, the cast comprises performers of all ages, and the series focuses on the various challenges they all face in terms of family, ethics, and life. And it’s evident that Strauss has put together a stellar cast to present this engrossing tale.

What Is The Plot Of The End? 

In “The End,” Dr. Kate Brennan expresses her strong objection to euthanasia, a hot topic in her field. Her mother, on the other hand, holds a different viewpoint.

Kate has no choice but to put Edie to a retirement centre because she is unable to adequately care for her, and Edie is not pleased. Meanwhile, Kate’s children, notably her adolescent transgender son, are dealing with their own identity and ambition issues.

“‘The End’ is a humorous, chaotic look at a family as they progress through life’s stages – from adolescence to middle age to old age — and the specific obstacles that each period presents.”

The series highlights people’s potential to change – and how even those who never feel they can be happy again can find their way back, at times whimsical, melancholy, and tremendously life-affirming, “Deadline spoke with Jana Winograde.

While this is advertised as a comedy, it appears that the movie will contain tragic overtones and mature situations, so keep that in mind if you’re planning on seeing it in July. On July 18, Showtime will premiere “The End.”

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