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People in the Rain 

Hodges struggles with the past as it concerns his daughter, Allie. As Deb attempts to make a change for the better, Brady interferes. Robi continues pressuring Brady to impress their bosses. Hodges connects with Janey's cousin, Holly.

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Jack Bender

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David E. Kelley (created by), Stephen King (based on the book by) | 2 more credits »
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Brendan Gleeson ... Bill Hodges
Harry Treadaway ... Brady Hartsfield
Kelly Lynch ... Deborah Hartsfield
Scott Lawrence ... Pete Dixon
Robert Stanton ... Anthony 'Robi' Frobisher
Justine Lupe ... Holly Gibney
Mary-Louise Parker ... Janey Patterson
Holland Taylor ... Ida Silver
Laila Robins ... Charlotte Gibney
Nancy Travis ... Donna Hodges
Maddie Hasson ... Allie Hodges
David Furr ... Josh
Terry Serpico ... Chaz Chapman
Tom Nowicki ... Ken Brock
Drew Matthews ... Jacob
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Hodges struggles with the past as it concerns his daughter, Allie. As Deb attempts to make a change for the better, Brady interferes. Robi continues pressuring Brady to impress their bosses. Hodges connects with Janey's cousin, Holly.

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13 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Similarly to Alfred Hitchcock, Stephen King often likes to include himself in the small cameos in the films made by his books. Here, during the interview with the 'corporates', when Brady imagines killing all the diner, including patrons and staff, Stephen is seen, for just a few seconds, lying in a the pool of blood with a large knife stuck in his neck. See more »

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Finally, the long-awaited Holly Gibney appears in Episode 06
24 July 2018 | by yard_boySee all my reviews

Justine Lupe's portrayal of this quirky character is spot-on with the book. She plays the part with just enough fragility to complement the older Bill Hodge's brusqueness. In the final 5 episodes, we discover that Holly's oddness is in fact infectious and endearing to Bill Hodge's team of sleuths. I hope that Ms. Lupe continues this role in the upcoming serialization of Stephen King's "The Outsider."


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