• Yael Stone in episode two of Deep Water (Photo by Sean O'Reilly for SBS) (Photo by Sean O'Reilly for SBS)Source: Photo by Sean O'Reilly for SBS
Recap and relive episode two of compelling crime drama Deep Water.

6 Oct 2016 - 10:05 PM  UPDATED 6 Oct 2016 - 10:05 PM

Following the fatal shooting of Rohan (George H. Xanthis), and with an imminent Critical Incident Investigation before them, tensions rise between Tori (Yael Stone) and Nick (Noah Taylor). At the same time another body is found and mobile phone records confirm that the killer is using the victims’ phones and THRUSTR (social networking app) identities to ensnare his next victim.

With evidence that former football legend Christopher Toohey (Ben Oxenbould) has links to the past crimes, Nick and Tori (Yael Stone) go to extraordinary lengths to persuade him to talk… with tragic consequences.


Watch the episode in full at SBS OnDemand or right here


Relive the episode in pictures with these stunning photographs by Sean O'Reilly:

If Deep Water intrigues you, did you know it was inspired by shocking true events? Deep Water: The Real Story explores the shocking wave of gay-hate crimes that swept Sydney's Eastern suburbs in the late 1980s and 90s.

Deep Water – The Real Story airs Sunday October 16 at 8.30pm on SBS and will then be available to stream in full at SBS OnDemand.

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