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Stay Close is a British contradiction drama miniseries based on the 2012 Harlan Coben novel of the same name, created by Red Production Company for Netflix.

The eight-episode series was published on 31 December 2021.

Stay Close is one of the most-watched shows on Netflix this year, with some people bringing the whole series in one sitting.

Dublin man Daniel O’Hara is the directing skill behind the hit show. Talking to Dublin Live, he says people have established his latest work, which is based on the 2012 Harlan Coben novel, as addictive.

Harlan likes people confessing they’re going to read a few pages before bed and then they’re cursing him at 2 in the morning when they’re still reading, says Daniel.

Said he knew a lot of people watched this show in a couple of sittings. One or two people have said he is just going to stay up all night and watch it all. The hook that brings you back next week has got to be big.

Megan (Cush Jumbo) is an active mother of three, Ray (Richard Armitage) is a retired documentary photographer. who is now chopped in a dead-end job hustling to celebrity-obsessed rich kids, and Broome (James Nesbitt) is a detective who’s incapable of letting go of a lost person’s cold case.

As each character’s history comes back to afflict them, they must work hard to suppress their respective mysteries that spoil their new lives.

Daniel’s earlier directing credits form a remarkable list with shows such as The Stranger, Brassic, Doctor Who, and Being Human under his belt.

Talking about what he will work on next, Daniel says: “I’ve just been enjoying the success.

He doesn’t know what is shortly next. He has optional rights to a visual novel that he loves to make into a feature film, but that may be a little further down the line.

He went on to talk about what he adores most about his home city, disclosing that walks on Dollymount Strand and Portmarnock on his list of things to do, also with a pint of Guinness in Neary’s at Christmas time.

You can also watch the show on Netflix.

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