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Marking the first Western to be made in Ireland, the ambitious, character-driven drama Dominion Creek, Series 2 makes its DVD debut on August 22, 2017 from Acorn TV, an RLJ Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: RLJE) brand. Known as An Klondike in Ireland and winner of four Irish Film and TV Awards for Series 1, including Best Drama, Lead Actor and Script, Series 2 was nominated for a record 10 IFTA awards, including Best Drama, Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Cinematography. The gripping 4-part miniseries stars Owen McDonnell (Single Handed), Seán T.Ó Meallaigh (Vikings, Charlie), and IFTA’s Best Lead Actor winner Dara Devaney (Above Suspicion, Camelot) as the Connolly brothers; three Irish emigrants seeking riches in the American Gold Rush. In Series 2, as the Connolly Brothers continue to grow their influence in Dominion Creek, two new arrivals into town are set to change everything. The storylines and characters draw from historical accounts and are inspired by real life tales of people who experienced the Klondike Gold Rush in the 1890’s. This DVD 2-Disc set features 4 episodes ($39.99, Amazon). Series 2 made its U.S. premiere in April 2017 on Acorn TV. Called a “glorious streaming service… an essential must-have” (The Hollywood Reporter), Acorn TV is North America’s most popular and largest streaming service focused on British and international television.
Having established themselves as a powerful force to be reckoned with in the town of Dominion Creek, the Connolly brothers stand united against the dangerous turmoil of the Yukon’s remote Klondike Valley during the 1890s gold rush. Eldest brother Tom (Owen McDonnell) emerges as the leader of the Connolly clan and is determined to build an empire for the family, no matter the cost. While kind-hearted Pádraig (Séan T. Ó’Meallaigh) proposes marriage to his sweetheart and continues his humanitarian work, hot-headed Séamus (Dara Devaney) begins to realize that if they are to succeed, he must trust Tom’s ambition.
The brothers anxiously await Captain Pat’s (IFTA winner Ned Dennehy, Peaky Blinders) trial for the murder of Skookum Jim, but a shady judge (Timothy V. Murphy, Appaloosa, Criminal Minds) and his partner (Duane Howard, The Revenant) might prevent justice from being served. Against the growing lawlessness in Dominion Creek, typhoid ravages the town’s residents, and Pádraig is forced to make a choice between his family’s success and the greater good of the community.