Sharon Horgan, Dave Finkel, and Brett Baer created the Irish dark comic thriller television series Bad Sisters (formerly named Emerald). It is based on the Malin-Sarah Gozin-produced Flemish television series Clan and is set in Dublin. Ireland hosted the series’ filming. The series will follow the story of five orphaned sisters supporting each other and living their lives as a happy and peaceful family. But one unfortunate incident started to stir up troubles in their lives.
There is some captivating magic in the relationship between the sisters, which comes off as real and authentic. The way they look out for each other and come together if any one of them is facing some problems. And the half-brother interfering in their lives adds entertaining value for the watchers, which also leads to a stronger bonding between the Garvey Sisters.
Cast and Characters of Bad Sisters
- Sharon Horgan portrays Eva Garvey
Sharon Lorencia Horgan, an Irish actress, writer, director, comedian, and producer, was born in Britain on July 13, 1970. She is best recognized for her roles as a star and co-writer in the comedy programs Pulling (2006–2009) and Catastrophe (2015–2019).
The single entrepreneur attempts to mentor her young siblings, but she grows anxious when her coworker John Paul, her brother-in-law, challenges her for a promotion.
- Anne-Marie Duff plays Grace Williams
Anne-Marie Duff is an English actress and narrator who was born on October 8, 1970. She is a talented theatre performer who has received Laurence Olivier Award nominations. She has also been praised and honored for her efforts in both movies and television.
Housewife Grace is a good mother to her daughter Blánaid (Saise Quinn), but she is also always at the whim of her cunning husband, John Paul.
- Eve Hewson portrays Becka Garvey
Eve Hewson is an Irish actress who was born on July 7, 1991. Her television debut was as Nurse Lucy Elkins in the 2014 Steven Soderbergh series The Knick. Her first significant part was in the drama film This Must Be the Place in 2011.
The family’s goofball baby Becka is anxious to prove she’s an adult by opening her own massage shop, but a recent relationship causes friction.
- Eva Birthistle plays Ursula Flynn
Eva Birthistle is an Irish writer and actor who was born in 1974. Her work in Ae Fond Kiss is what made her most famous. In 2004, she received the British or Irish Actress of the Year Award from the London Film Critics Circle.
Ursula (Jonjo O’Neill), a capable nurse, mother of three, and enthusiastic photographer, is married to Donal but is keeping a dark secret that threatens to tear her family apart.
- Sarah Greene portrays Bibi Garvey
Sarah Greene, an Irish actress, and singer was born on July 24, 1984. She received praise for her performance as Helen McCormick in The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway and in the West End.
The second youngest sister, Bibi, is daring and outspoken. She lives with her wife, Nora (Yasmine Akram), and son Ruben (Jake Farmer).
- Claes Bang is John Paul Williams
Danish actor and musician Claes Kasper Bang born on April 28, 1967, is from Denmark. His most well-known performance is as Christian, the main character in Ruben Stlund’s 2017 film The Square, which took home the Palme d’Or at Cannes.
Grace’s plotting husband is always thinking of different methods to cut off her from the other sisters. But will his sudden death will cause problems for the five sisters?
- Brian Gleeson is Thomas Claffin
Irish actor Brian Gleeson was born on November 14, 1987. For the television series Love/Hate, he received a nomination for an Irish Film and Television Award. He starred in Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) and The Bisexual (2018), among other films, on a regular basis.
In order to save his company from drowning he wants to blame the Garvey Sisters for John’s unexpected death and thus is trying to scheme against them.
- Daryl McCormack plays Matthew Claffin
Irish actor Daryl McCormack was born on January 22, 1993. He is well-known for his parts in the BBC series Peaky Blinders and the RTÉ One serial drama Fair City.
Half brother of Thomas trying to help his brother after coming back from London. Was interfering in the sisters’ lives but soon finds himself being trapped.
Bad Sisters’ Plot
The five Garvey sisters will be followed in the television series Bad Sisters as it explores their highs and lows. These young orphaned siblings have pledged and decided to always look out for and protect one another, no matter how difficult life may get. And we, the fans, are confident that such a sincere commitment can only result in turmoil.
The main source of contention in the Garveys’ life is Grace’s manipulative, domineering husband, John Paul (Claes Bang). Flashbacks between the present and the recent past reveal how his sisters-in-law despised him for his treatment of Grace and how they each had their own unique motives for wishing him dead when he passed away abruptly.
Disturbance in their lives
However, after John Paul’s shocking passing, nervous insurance broker Thomas Claffin (Frank of Ireland’s Brian Gleeson) begins to suspect something. In order to avoid paying out the sizable life insurance policy that would bankrupt his company, he and his half-brother Matthew (Peaky Blinders actor Daryl McCormack) look into the Garveys to see if they were involved in John Paul’s death as they are suspicious about their intentions. However, it’s still a mystery if John Paul was really murdered by the Garvey Sisters or if was it a suicide.
Bad Sisters Season 1 Episode 7 Release date
Bad Sisters is set to have a total of 10 episodes. In its premiere week, it released two episodes together that is on the 19th of August, 2022, and after that, it uploads one episode per week. That means only three episodes will be left after Episode 7 release.
Episode 7 is going to be released on Friday, 23rd of September, 2022, at 12 AM(PT) / 7 AM (GMT). With the title Rest in Peace and is going to be of 50 minutes approximately.
Where to Stream the Episode 7:
It can be easily streamed on Apple TV during its premiere and will also be available on Apple TV+ if you have a subscription.