Hugo Weaving hits the small screen as ABC’s new drama series Seven Types of Ambiguity to air in April

A new drama series starring Hugo Weaving and based on Elliot Perlman’s critically acclaimed novel will air on ABC and iView this April.

Seven Types of Ambiguity is described as “an exploration of the complicated emotional terrain of relationships and the risks people will go to in the name of love.”

The synopsis from ABC reads:

In the first episode Joe Marin (Alex Dimitriades) discovers his seven-year-old son Sam (Harrison Molloy) has been taken from his school grounds. After a gut-wrenching search, the boy is recovered by police, who reveal that the kidnapper is an ex-lover of Joe’s wife Anna (Leeanna Walsman), alongside a mysterious woman with a connection to Joe.

Seven Types of Ambiguity will star Hugo Weaving, Alex Dimitriades, Xavier Samuel, Leeanna Walsman, Andrea Demetriades, Anthony Hayes, and Susie Porter. The series is produced by Matchbox Pictures, the team behind critically acclaimed and popular Australian television, including The Slap and Barracuda.

Seven Types of Ambiguity will premiere on ABC Thursday 13 April at 8:30pm, and will be available to stream on ABC iView after each episode airs.