Watch full series of ITV's Deep Water online now

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ITV has made the full series of new drama Deep Water available to watch online now.

Deep Water is described as "an emotional thriller set in England’s beautiful Lake District".

Adapted from the Windermere series of novels by critically-acclaimed author, Paula Daly, Deep Water is written by BAFTA-nominated Anna Symon and stars Anna Friel, Sinead Keenan and Rosalind Eleazar.

The series recently airs 9PM on Wednesday nights on ITV - now the full series is available to watch online.

Watch Deep Water online

You can watch all six episodes of Deep Water online now via ITV Hub or Amazon Prime with ITVHub+, which is currently offering a seven-day free trial.

Alternatively, you can purchase the series on DVD and Blu-Ray now with the release currently scheduled for September 22.

A synopsis for Deep Water reads:

The six part series follows the lives of three complex and vibrant women, each struggling to keep their heads above very deep water. Like all of us, they seek to do their best for their families, but face tough choices with difficult, and often messy repercussions. The women are connected by the school gates, each with children around the same age.

With a stunning home overlooking Lake Windermere, Kate and Guy appear to be two of life’s winners, but is it possible Kate is too good to be true?

Award winning actresses Anna Friel, Sinead Keenan and Rosalind Eleazar play three complex and vibrant women, each struggling to keep their heads above very deep water.

Anna Friel stars as mother of three, Lisa Kallisto, who is seen juggling her hectic family life with running a business, which keeps her occupied at all hours.

Sinead Keenan appears as physiotherapist Roz who once had a thriving private practice, but the debts run up by her soulmate Winston leave the family facing financial ruin.

Rosalind Eleazar is Kate Riverty, a mum who seems to have it all - wealthy and attractive and with a well-drilled and highly organised family life.

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