The Split

The Split

The Split

  • Genre: The Split
  • Release Date: 2018-04-24
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: GBP 5.99
  • iTunes HD Price: GBP 5.99
From 13 Ratings


Leading divorce lawyer Hannah Stern has walked out on the family firm Defoe’s to join rival company Noble & Hale. She now faces her sister Nina and mother Ruth, also successful family lawyers, on the opposing side of high-profile divorce cases. Multi-millionaire Sportswear mogul Davey McKenzie and his childhood sweetheart Goldie embark on a painful divorce and a wrangle for control of the family business. And in a bitter custody battle Rex Pope, a well-known stand-up comedian, takes on his angry estranged wife and former comedy agent. When their father Oscar returns after a 30-year absence, Hannah, Nina and youngest sister Rose are thrown into turmoil. Meanwhile at Noble & Hale Hannah has uncharacteristically placed herself back in the orbit of old flame, fellow lawyer Christie Carmichael. As the past resurfaces, Hannah, for so long adept at navigating other people’s lives and relationships, is confronted with questions and painful revelations about her own.


Title Time Price
1 Episode 1 58:06 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes



  • At last - a series I want to watch

    By SamThom01
    When there’s so many series out there and the likelihood many of them will run for season after season, I’m becoming increasingly reluctant to watch this type of TV. I’ll often watch the first episode and even though I like it, I’ll never watch a second episode and that’s because I don’t want to make the commitment. But we watched the first episode of the Split and I think this is one of those serried that I could go a full season with, and maybe a second. I love the characters, the actors, the conflicts and the way it’s filmed, too. And I want to find out what they’re going to do in the next episode. My partner and I talk about the characters so I feel like there’s depth in there too. So I recommend this to people who are tired of sci-if, dystopian fantasy, murder, noir, comedy, thriller or adventure. And if you want it British-style. Give it a shot.
  • Outstanding. BAFTA for Ms. Walker please.

    By mj.taylor
    I really enjoy every episode if this. I didn’t expect anything original or interesting about family law. Refreshing to find it was quite the opposite.
  • Really Awful

    By Unclesuperfly
    Lots of 'American' style constant walking through corridors, predictable story line and unconvincing characters. I watched the first episode because I really like Nicola Walker and although good even she can't save this from being drivel. Has all the features of a lunch time soap.
  • The Split

    By Harry Potter connoisseur
    Excellent, well done and a must watch, modern British drama at its best.