• 2019

43 %

Bloom is a 2019 English-language Drama Mystery show created by Glen Dolman directed by John Curran and Mat King and produced by Sue Seeary under the banner of Playmaker Media airing on Stan. A year after a devastating flood has killed five locals in an idyllic country town, a mysterious new plant appears. The plant's phenomenal ability to restore youth is so formidable that attempting to harness it means re-evaluating values. Bloom stars Bryan Brown in the lead role along with an ensemble cast including Jacki Weaver, Phoebe Tonkin, Ryan Corr, Nikki Shiels, Rod Mullinar and Anne Charleston. Cinematography was done by Geoff Hall. The show has a total of 12 episodes during it's run of 2 seasons. Distribution rights for the show were acquired by Sony Pictures Television.

Season 1

The small, country town of Mullan is devastated by a flood which kills five locals. One year later, the residents are still grappling with the physical and emotional scars. Retired astronomer, Ray, has been forced to move his wife, Gwen, a formerly successful actress, into a care facility due to her worsening Alzheimer's. He's heartbroken that she no longer remembers him. Meanwhile, Gwen's old boyfriend, Max – now a bitter, lonely farmer – still pines for his lost love while struggling to hold onto his farm. A youthful stranger, Sam, blows into town with incredible energy and violent instincts and seduces the baker, Tina, the wife of local cop, Griffo. Sam is inexplicably drawn to 12-year-old loner, Isaac, who's been blindly searching for his "missing" mother, Annie, since the flood. When Ray then discovers that his elderly dog has rejuvenated to her youth after eating something from the garden – in the same spot where Ray's young neighbour drowned - he wonders if can he use this "gift" to save Gwen.

Ep. 1 - The Memory Box
Ep. 2 - Back to life
Ep. 3 - Redemption
Ep. 4 - Little Miracle
Ep. 5 - The Kid Inside
Ep. 6 - Super Sam
Release Date 2019
Run Time 1 HOUR 0 MINUTE



Drama , Mystery , Sci-fi

Cast & Crew

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