“Nine Perfect Strangers”
Nicole Kidman’s series is set to continue
New episodes of “Nine Perfect Strangers” could be coming soon. That would have implications for the first season of the show starring Nicole Kidman…
The mini-series “Nine Perfect Strangers” could be renewed for a second season, according to US industry portal “Variety”. Accordingly, the new episodes of the TV show by David E. Kelley (66), in which Hollywood star Nicole Kidman (54) starred in season one, will be announced soon.
Once the sequel is official, “Nine Perfect Strangers” will be considered an ongoing drama series and no longer a miniseries for this year’s awards season, according to Variety. By changing the category, the creators of the series would avoid a discussion similar to “Big Little Lies”. The series scooped up multiple awards as a miniseries before a second season was announced.
Secrets in the wellness resort
The team behind the hit series “Big Little Lies” is also behind “Nine Perfect Strangers”. In August 2021, the Hulu series started in Germany on Amazon Prime Video. The show’s first season was also based on a novel by Australian writer Liane Moriarty (55). And with Nicole Kidman, one of the leading actresses of “Big Little Lies” was there again.
The story of the previous episodes of “Nine Perfect Strangers” takes place over a period of ten days in a spa resort. A group of people longing for a fresh start and healing meet in the facility, isolated from the outside world. However, resort manager Masha (Kidman)’s program isn’t what most of them imagined, and soon some secrets are revealed.
Starring alongside Kidman in season one of the series are Melissa McCarthy (51), Michael Shannon (47), Luke Evans (43), Bobby Cannavale (52), Regina Hall (51), Samara Weaving (30), Melvin Gregg (33), Asher Keddie (47), Grace Van Patten (25), Tiffany Boone (34) and Manny Jacinto (34) with. It is not yet known whether they will also appear in a possible new season. David E. Kelley, who is currently directing several other shows, is unlikely to return as showrunner, according to The Hollywood Reporter.