The eighth episode of Facebook Watch’s drama series, Sacred Lies, is now available on the Sacred Lies show page!
In Chapter 8: Wedding Day, Angel, played by Kiana Madeira (The Flash, Taken, Dark Matter), shuts down Minnow’s hopes of freedom, while Minnow, played by Elena Kampouris (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Before I Fall), continues to relive the horrifying reality of her life in the woods.
Sacred Lies, from Executive Producers Raelle Tucker and Scott Winant, and produced by Blumhouse Television, is based on the Grimm Brothers tale The Handless Maiden and Stephanie Oakes’ novel The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. The series follows the journey of a handless teen who escapes from a cult and finds herself in juvenile detention, suspected of knowing who killed her cult leader.
New episodes of Sacred Lies will be released every Friday at 6PM PT/9PM ET. Viewers can also join the community discussion and get sneak peeks of upcoming episodes on the Sacred Lies show page.
Episode 8- CHAPTER 8: WEDDING DAY
The loss of her hands was only the beginning: The Prophet has something even more twisted in store for Minnow Bly.
ABOUT THE SHOW
Sacred Lies is a 10-episode, drama series based on the classic Grimm Brothers tale The Handless Maiden and Stephanie Oakes’ novel The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. The series is about a handless teen who escapes from a cult and finds herself in juvenile detention, suspected of knowing who killed her cult leader.
Produced by Blumhouse Television, executive producer and showrunner Raelle Tucker (True Blood, The Returned, Jessica Jones) and Scott Winant developed the series based on Stephanie Oakes’ novel The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. Two-time Emmy Award-winner Scott Winant (True Blood, Good Girls Revolt, Californication) is executive producer and directs four episodes. Also, serving as executive producers on behalf of Blumhouse Television are Jason Blum, Marci Wiseman, and Jeremy Gold.
ABOUT FACEBOOK WATCH
Facebook Watch is a place to discover and enjoy shows on Facebook. Home to a wide range of shows – from scripted comedy and drama, to competition and reality series, to individual creators and live sports – Facebook Watch is a video platform where episodic content, community and conversation come together. This is a personalized viewing experience, where you can discover new series based on what your friends are watching and catch up on the shows you follow. Facebook Watch is available for free on mobile apps across Apple and Android, on desktop, laptop and on TV apps listed here: https://videoapp.fb.com/