Nine Perfect Strangers acquired by Amazon Prime
The show marks the third collaboration between Big Little Lies's David E. Kelley and star Nicole Kidman.
Amazon Prime has acquired the international broadcast rights to the upcoming mystery thriller Nine Perfect Strangers.
A specific release date has yet to be set for the eight part limited series which was created by Big Little Lies’s David E. Kelley and John Henry Butterworth for US-only streaming service Hulu.
Adapted from the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty, the show stars Nicole Kidman as the mysterious owner of a remote health and wellness centre.
Nine strangers arrive for what they assume will be a standard 10 day spa retreat but slowly begin to realise that there’s something else going on. Check out the first trailer below.
Melissa McCarthy, Luke Evans, Samara Weaving, Micheal Shannon, Regina Hall, Bobby Cannavale, Melvin Gregg and Grace Van Patten round out the rest of the main cast.
All eight episodes were directed by All The Boys Love Mandy Lane's Jonathan Levine and co-written by Kelley and Butterworth.
The streaming giant has also today announced that they’ve ordered a TV adaptation of the novel The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart by Holly Ringland starring Sigourney Weaver.