We’re here to talk about your new favorite show about rich people doing really, really wild things in a beautiful location. No, it’s not White Lotus. It’s Nine Perfect Strangers, the new Nicole Kidman-led show based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty (who also wrote Big Little Lies).
As the title suggests, nine people descend upon a remote wellness retreat called Tranquillum, and have to face their fears to transform themselves under the guidance of the creepy Masha (played by Kidman, using a a not-very-convincing Russian accent). And if the guests’ volatile behavior wasn’t enough, Masha and her team discover she’s being stalked by someone who wants to kill her. With only eight episodes, there’s rarely a dull moment.
If that premise isn’t enough to sell you, the show includes a star-studded cast even in addition to Kidman, including Melissa McCarthy, Samara Weaving, Michael Shannon, Manny Jacinto, and Bobby Cannavale. So it’s definitely worth tuning in.
The miniseries first premiered on August 18 on Hulu, dropping the first three episodes all at once. This subverted the regular weekly schedule of most high-stakes mysteries, but it’ll eventually settle in there. Nine Perfect Strangers has since released its fourth episode, and as such only has four episodes left to air. Still, we can confidently say we have no idea what’s going to happen next.
For anyone looking to catch up before Hulu releases the next episode, or if you just want to make sure you watch before all your friends, we have the official release schedule here.
Official Release Schedule for Nine Perfect Strangers
Hulu releases new episodes at 3 a.m. Eastern Time. Here’s when new episodes air:
Episode 1: Now streaming as of August 18
Episode 2: Now streaming as of August 18
Episode 3: Now streaming as of August 18
Episode 4: Now streaming as of August 25
Episode 5: September 1
Episode 6: September 8
Episode 7: September 15
Episode 8: September 22
Milan Polk is an Editorial Assistant for Men’s Health who specializes in entertainment and lifestyle reporting, and has worked for New York Magazine’s Vulture and Chicago Tribune.
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