GLOBAL’S GRIPPING NEW ORIGINAL EVENT SERIES MARY KILLS PEOPLE CONCLUDES DURING THE TWO-PART FINALE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 AT 9 P.M. ET/PT

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“Mary Harris is one of the most compelling, original female characters in years and Caroline Dhavernas is exceptional in the role.” – Globe and Mail, John Doyle

“And though the first season of Mary Kills People consists of just six episodes, we’d certainly like to see more of Dhavernas’ elegant mercy killer on screen.” – Metro, Chris Alexander

“…[Mary Kills People] is a last breath of fresh air.”– 24 Hours, Denette Wilford 

“Dhavernas does a bang-up job portraying a complex woman […]” – Toronto Star, Judith Timson

After four episodes of heart-racing drama and shocking plot twists, Global’s critically acclaimed six-part series Mary Kills People comes to a powerful conclusion during the two-part finale on Wednesday, February 22 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Following the last episode, a surprising truth about Mary’s past is uncovered. Now, under a tower of suspicion and with everything on the line, Mary must navigate her way to safety in this highly anticipated conclusion.

Click here for two sneak peek clips from the Mary Kills People finale.

During the first half of the finale, Mary’s world starts spinning out of control, and now on the brink of losing everyone closest to her, Mary seriously considers whether she should give up her operation for good. Then, in part two, Mary is left with few options to get the police off her back and decides that, in order to save her family and her career, she must make a deal with the devil and accept Grady as her partner.

Viewers who miss the gripping finale can catch up on Mary Kills People following the broadcast the next day on GlobalTV.com and Global Go.

For media inquiries, contact:

Jacqui VanSickle
Senior Publicist, Global Television
416.860.4224
jacqui.vansickle@corusent.com

 

 

 


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