In the thrilling new drama, “Redwater,” EastEnders’ Kat and Alfie Moon travel to Ireland in search of Kat’s lost son. Written and produced by a Bafta and Emmy-nominated team including former Eastenders Executive Producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins.

The picturesque village of Redwater is a peaceful idyll on the Irish coast, untroubled by the trappings of modern life. Twenty years ago, a boating tragedy ripped the heart out of this village’s close-knit community. The deaths of Iris Dolan and her niece Aoife appeared to be an accident – but the truth was left buried at the bottom of the harbour.

For Kat Moon, an open-hearted woman from the East End of London, Redwater could be the key to finally making sense of her fractured past. She is in search of her son, a twin taken from her at birth without her knowledge. And a cryptic postcard has led her to Redwater to find him, with her husband Alfie in tow.

Redwater is in danger of collapsing under the weight of its secrets, until Kat begins asking tough questions that finally let the village embark on a cathartic reckoning. But this cleansing of Redwater’s past will come at a great cost.

As Kat dives deeper into the private lives of the people here, she risks being fatally swept up in the storm she’s started. Is one of the young men scarred by that tragic night really her son? And, if so, what sort of man has he become?



Jessie Wallace as Kat Moon
Shane Richie as Alfie Moon
Oisín Stack as Father Dermott
Stanley Townsend as Peter Dolan
Angeline Ball as Eileen Harrington
Ian Toner as Kieran Harrington
Peter Campion as Andrew Kelly
Fionnula Flanagan as Agnes Byrne
Maria Doyle Kennedy as Roisin Kelly
Stephen Hogan as Padraig Kelly
Susan Ateh as Bernie Kelly
Ebony O’Toole-Acheampong as Adeen Kelly
Ian Mcelhinney as Lance Byrne



Wednesday, April 11

The series starts with the Moon’s arriving in Redwater to find celebrations in full swing – it’s the annual Flight To The Sea village fundraiser event, and everyone’s involved. When in Ireland… Kathleen has promised Alfie they’ll keep a low profile and not upset anyone in the search for her son, but as they meet the locals she can’t help thinking that any of them could be him.

Wednesday, April 18

Eileen, Lance’s youngest daughter, is back from the States after 20 odd years, with her son Kieran. Families and friends are reunited after twenty years of absence, but as much as this is a celebration – families are families and old tensions rise to the surface.

Wednesday, April 25

Keiran and Eileen are planning to return to the states. Before they leave Agnes would like to have a BBQ, a sort of family tradition that Lance had orchestrated for the last eighteen years, where they get together to commemorate the anniversary of the Boat Tragedy and encourage everyone to swim in the sea.


Wednesday, May 2

Eileen reveals her plans for Cois Dara – she is convinced that they will transform the farms future. Eileen also wonders if she might have a future with Peter too – they are both single and seem to have a connection.

Wednesday, May 9

Eileen is quick to put a positive spin on what happened with Cois Dara.

Wednesday, May 16

Adeen is found by her grandfather, doing the walk of shame home, in yesterdays clothes. Lately, Adeen has been in emotional free-fall and the night before reaches a zenith.

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