Lizzy Caplan & Joshua Jackson Get Steamy in Full Trailer (VIDEO)
Paramount+ is giving Fatal Attraction followers a style of what they’ll count on from their reimagined TV present counterpart to the 1987 traditional film because the streamer unveils a full trailer and new key artwork that includes stars Lizzy Caplan and Joshua Jackson.
Set to premiere Sunday, April 30 with three episodes airing solely on Paramount+, further installments will arrive on a weekly foundation because the eight-episode season performs out. The ultimate two episodes will land on Sunday, Could 28. It doesn’t take lengthy to see the similarities between the unique psychological thriller that includes Glenn Close and Michael Douglas as Caplan’s model of Alexandra Forrest utters that now-iconic line, “I’m not going to be ignored, Dan,” to Jackson’s Daniel Gallagher.
The all-new iteration delivers a narrative by the lens of privilege, persona issues, household dynamics, and homicide. Within the current day, after serving 15 years in jail for the homicide of Alexandra, Daniel is paroled with the targets of reconnecting along with his household and proving his innocence. In 2008, Dan first meets Alex and his world begins to unravel after their transient affair threatens to destroy the life he’s constructed along with his spouse, Beth (Amanda Peet).
Becoming a member of Jackson, Caplan, and Peet within the sequence are Toby Huss as Mike Gerard, Brian Goodman as Arthur Tomlinson, Alysa Jirrels as Ellen Gallagher, and Reno Wilson as Detective Earl Brooker. Viewers get a peek at these characters in motion because the almost two-minute trailer performs out, above.
Written by showrunner Alexandra Cunningham, she govt produces the sequence alongside Kevin J. Hynes, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, and Silver Tree who directs the primary 5 episodes. Get a style of what’s to return within the trailer above, and don’t miss the Paramount Tv Studios manufacturing as Deadly Attraction makes its debut later this April.
Deadly Attraction, Collection Premiere, Sunday, April 30, Paramount+