Liebes Kind, titled in English as “Dear Child,” is a psychological thriller based on a best-selling novel by Romy Housman. It is a disturbing portrayal of real-life events in which people were kidnapped and held captive.
If you look at the trailer, you’ll notice this production is not for the faint of heart because it deals with distressing content that might trigger a few people, like persons with PTSD or survivors of domestic abuse.
Still, as most Northern European psychological thrillers are, the series is posing as one that could be chilling, twisted, and exciting to watch. Now, before the premiere, let’s explore a few details concerning this upcoming psychological German thriller coming to our screens this week.
Liebes Kind Preview
In Dear Child/ Liebes Kind, we meet Lena, a woman living in isolation with two kids, Jonathan and Hannah, under strict rules held by their captor.
Lena escapes, and that triggers an investigation. From the get-go, we can tell that this series will bring chills and sick plot twists, as most thrillers from Northern Europe like to do.
If you like suspense and dark themes, this is the kind of show you’d like to watch, but if these kinds of topics easily trigger you, I strongly suggest you give this one a pass.
It’s also fair to say that this show isn’t for kids, and no child should watch it. If any underage persons are going to watch this one, they should do it under strict adult supervision.
Liebes Kind Cast
Naila Schuberth plays Hannah, Haley Louise Jones plays Aida Kurt, Julika Jenkins plays Karin Beck, Sammy Schrein plays Jonathan, Justus von Donhnányi plays Matthias Beck, Hans Low plays Gerd Bühling. Rounding up the cast, we have Kim Riedle, Nagmeh Alaei, and Florian Claudius Steffens.
Isabel Kleefeld and Julian Porksen directed the series’ episodes under the scripts penned by the novel’s authors, Romy Hausman and Isabel Kleefeld and Julian Porksen.
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Liebes Kind Episode 1 Release Date
Liebes Kind will be released by Netflix on Wednesday, 6 September 2023, at 3:00 AM Eastern Time United States. Each episode lasts one hour. As usual, Netflix will drop the entirety of the season on the day of the premiere. In the following list, you’ll find this program’s regional time release dates.
- Pacific Time (PT), United States: 6:00 AM
- Mountain Time (MT), United States: 07:00 PM
- Central Time (CT), United States: 08:00 PM
- Central European Time (CET): 03:00 AM
- Sydney Time: 11:00 AM
- Melbourne Time: 11:00 AM
- Singapore Time (SGT): 09:00 AM
- India Standard Time (IST): 06:30 AM
- China Standard Time (CST): 09:00 AM
- Japan Standard Time (JST): 10:00 AM
Liebes Kind Official Trailer
Liebes Kind Episode Guide
Liebes Kind is a six-part miniseries that Netflix distributes. As usual with Netflix, they drop all the episodes simultaneously. In this list, you’ll find the episode guide.
- Episode 1 – 6 September 2023
- Episode 2 – 6 September 2023
- Episode 3 – 6 September 2023
- Episode 4 – 6 September 2023
- Episode 5 – 6 September 2023
- Episode 6 – 6 September 2023
How To Watch Liebes Kind Episodes?
Liebes Kind is an original Netflix miniseries and will stream exclusively there. You will need a Netflix subscription to watch this series. Netflix is the leading streaming platform worldwide, offering thousands of hours of entertainment for all ages and tastes.
With subscription plans that go for as low as $5.99 with ads up to $19.99 for 4K UHD access without ads, Netflix is one of the best entertainment options out there.
If you can’t find Liebes Kind in your Netflix catalog in your region, you can try searching for it in its English equivalent, “Dear Child.”
If that method doesn’t work, you can employ a virtual private network service (VPN), connect to Germany, and then navigate to Netflix to enjoy the program. This is a useful trick because Netflix has a different catalog for each country.
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