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Where to watch The Crowded Room in New Zealand

Everything you need to know about the true-crime drama starring Tom Holland & Amanda Seyfried.
Tom Holland in The Crowded Room

If you love psychological thrillers, The Crowded Room is a must-see. Starring Spiderman’s Tom Holland and Amanda Seyfried (The DropoutMamma Mia!, Mean Girls), it leans into themes of mental health and dealing with trauma. 

Holland told Entertainment Weekly in an interview, “It’s a story about heartbreak. It’s a story about love. It’s a story about betrayal. And, most of all, it’s a story about a young kid’s determination to survive.”

With Holland as co-executive producer alongside Academy Award winner Akiva Goldsman, here’s everything you need to know about The Crowded Room, including where to watch it in New Zealand. 

Stream The Crowded Room on Apple TV+ from $14.99/mth, with a 7-day free trial. 

What is The Crowded Room about?

The Crowded Room is based on a true story. The TV series follows Danny Sullivan (Tom Holland), a man who is arrested following his involvement in a shooting in New York City in 1979.

The captivating thriller is told through a series of interviews with curious psychologist Rya Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried). 

As the show continues and Danny’s life unfolds, it reveals elements of the mysterious past that shaped him and twists and turns that lead him to a life-altering revelation.

Who stars in the cast of The Crowded Room?

The Crowded Room cast includes Spiderman actor Tom Holland in one of his darkest roles to date alongside The Dropout’s Amanda Seyfried.

Other notable cast names include Emmy Rossum (Shameless), Will Chase (Sharp Objects), Jason Issacs (Harry Potter), and Sascha Lane (Conversations with Friends). 

Can I watch the trailer for The Crowded Room?

Watch the trailer for The Crowded Room below.

Where can I watch The Crowded Room in New Zealand?

Stream The Crowded Room on Apple TV+ from $14.99/mth, with a 7-day free trial. 

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