Did you watch Jane Seymour in her new mystery series Harry Wild? You should add Harry Wild to your streaming queue if you haven’t already. The new series debuted on Acorn TV last week and will air two episodes every Monday on the streaming service. (tvacute.com) Here’s all we know about Harry Wild Season 1 Episode 3 and 4 so far.
When will Harry Wild Episode 3 and Episode 4 be released?
A new mystery series has a total of eight episodes. The new episodes 3 and 4 of Harry Wild will be broadcast on AcornTV on Monday, April 11th, followed by two episodes every Monday thereafter.
Where can I find Harry Wild to watch?
Acorn TV will be the only place to watch Harry Wild. Acorn TV costs $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year to subscribe. For additional information, visit acorn. tv. The Dublin-set Harry Wild premieres today on AMC’s Acorn TV in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
• Harry Wild Episode 3 titled “Mincemeat”
A body is dragged from the river near Harry’s local bar in episode 3, and something about the dead guy feels familiar to Harry (Jane Seymour). She thinks she’s stumbled across the ultimate deception when she recalls how she knows him. Harry goes undercover to the house of the “grieving widow,” a Polish restaurant, and a girls’ boarding school with the ever-present Fergus (Rohan Nedd). Lola (Rose O’Neill), Harry’s teenage granddaughter, provides wonderful help to Harry and Fergus. Along the process, Harry develops a friendship with Ray (Stuart Graham), the supervisor and mentor of her son Charlie (Kevin Ryan).
• Harry Wild Episode 4 titled “An Unhappy Happy is a Dangerous Thing.”
In the fourth episode, Harry and Fergus agree to help local loanshark Happy (Liam Carney) find out who murdered his employee in exchange for Happy breaking up Fergus’ father’s large debt. Because of the similarities between the murder and Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, Harry attracts the attention of Billy Lund, a young serial murderer (Peter Claffey). Billy, a deranged young guy, becomes hooked on Harry, seeing her as his natural rival, but when Harry gets too close, Billy turns the tables on her. To interpret Billy’s warped thinking and save the life of someone Harry cares about, Harry and Fergus must race against the clock.
What happened in episode 1 and 2 in Harry Wild Season 1?
Jane Seymour’s character, “Harry” Wild, is retiring as a professor of literature at an Irish university. She gives a lecture in which she mockingly refers to students who don’t pay attention as “shits,” while praising those who do. When asked what she plans to do after retirement, she says she’ll “write that great novel,” among other things. She does, however, have time to enjoy some nookie in the pub’s storage with a younger, more attractive professor.
Meanwhile, Inspector Charlie Wild (Kevin Ryan) is dispatched to a murder scene where a beaten man lies on a rug surrounded by candles. The man’s identity is unknown, but he does know that someone wanted him to be discovered in this manner. We cut to a high school, where Fergus Reid (Rohan Nedd) decides to walk to the headmaster’s office on his own because he knows he’ll insult his instructor and disrupt the class anyhow when the teacher asks why he’s leaving. Out of boredom and horniness, Harry texts someone (the young professor, perhaps?) as she sits at home trying to start her novel. Fergus appears out of nowhere, knocks her down, and snatches her wallet as she walks to meet him.
While Charlie works on the murder investigation, he learns that his team’s resources are being diverted to the investigation of a missing woman who has been in the news for some time. But then he receives word that Harry has been mugged, and he asks her to recuperate with his wife Orla (Amy Huberman) and daughter Lola (Rose O’Neill), which neither of them is looking forward to. Let’s just say Charlie and Harry are a match made in heaven.Harry spots the case file for the murder while wandering about Charlie’s house one night because she can’t sleep, and immediately recognises the crime scene as a scene from the play Calabras. When she tells Charlie about her theories, he is not just dismissive, but also irritated that she has read his files. But Harry persists, even purchasing a stun pistol to defend her. She eventually suspects that the murder and the kidnapping are linked, but because Charlie refuses to listen to her, she resolves to track down the killer alone. She also tracks down Fergus, whom she has been following about after witnessing him do some very un-thuglike acts, and recruits him to assist her.