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EastEnders Kara Tointon teases a new thriller that is psychological with Downton Abbey star

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Too Good to be Truepremieres on Valentine’s Day.

EastEnders star Kara Tointon has teased her brand new series of four parts “Too Good To Be True”ahead of its debut the week following.

While seated alongside Pirates of the Caribbean‘s Jack Davenport on the yesterday’s (February 8) episode of The One Show, Tointon spoke to the hosts Alex Jones and Lauren Laverne: “This is a Valentine’s Day psychological thriller, and I’m Rachel. The character is a single mother who is having financial difficulties and all other aspects.

“She works for an organization that provides cleaning services, taking on each shift to help her son who is exceptionally gifted in academics and is emotional intelligent, 11 year old and it’s not easy.”

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The actress who was Dawn Swann in the East End soap between 2005 and 2009 continued to reveal details about her character’s latest one: “She gets the opportunity to work exclusively as a housekeeper at this mansion home situated in the middle of nowhere.

“It’s extremely mysterious for a business entrepreneur who is successful ( Downton Abbey‘s Allen Leech) And, yeah everything starts right from the beginning.

“It’s quite bizarre. The mother wonders what made him choose her. However, it is revealed that he’s been staying in the same hotel that she’s been working in and he’s kind like taken to the father-son pair.”Channel 5

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Tointon is set to star in the drama together with Downton Abbey‘s Allen Leech. In addition, Tointon also suggested to Jones and Laverne that she might be able to relate to Rachel’s career choice.

“I have found that cleaning up, once you have children it’s the only time you can have an occasional Zen time by you,” she admitted. “So I’ve been really adept in this field since having (her children). “

Too Good to be True starts on Wednesday, February 14 at 9 pm at 9pm on Channel 5. EastEnders runs on Mondays through on Thursdays, at 7.30pm at 7.30pm on BBC One. It also streamed via BBC iPlayer, where most episodes begin in the morning, before the show’s TV broadcast.

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