The third and final season of the popular Welsh mystery thriller Keeping Faith will arrive in the U.S. this spring, by way of streaming service Acorn TV.
The series stars Torchwood alum Eve Myles as small-town lawyer Faith Howells, whose husband, Evan, disappears whilst she is on maternity leave following the birth of their third child. As Faith sets about searching for the truth behind Evan's disappearance, she discovers that her seemingly idyllic home town hides many dark secrets that pose a danger to her and her beloved family and make her question how well she knows the man who is her husband.
Season 3 finds Faith attempting to navigate the disillusion of her marriage while taking on an emotionally wrenching legal medical case involving a gravely ill young boy. Into this mix, Faith is confronted by a terrible and long-buried figure from her past: her mother, Rose Fairchild (Celia Imrie), whose reappearance uncovers secrets in Faith's background and will force audiences to ask the question: "Who is Faith Howells?." Faith's ordeal across the series transforms her from a stay-at-home, fun-loving, and carefree mother to a detective, action hero, and lover. She takes risks and gambles to keep her family out of danger and finds new inner strength.
While dealing with the trauma her imminent divorce is inflicting on her daughters, 14-year-old Alys (Demi Letherby) and 11-year-old Megan (Lacey Jones) as well as all the pressures of work, Faith faces an even bigger and far more terrifying problem when her long-estranged mother, Rose reappears, intent on wreaking maximum revenge for an event which remains a dark, buried secret between them. Navigating increasingly impossible dilemmas and for once not able to give all those she loves what they need, Faith heads towards a final and devastating confrontation with Rose which will transform her life forever.
Two episodes of Keeping Faith arrive Monday, April 12. Following that, new episodes will debut weekly on Mondays through May 10.