"Again" – a new HBO series in a star cast
HBO can definitely make the last year successful, and entering 2020 with the premiere of Outsider was a really solid start. We know what HBO is preparing for 2020, but several titles have so far been a big secret. Among others, a project with Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant, which need no introduction. Today we know that "The Undoing" in Poland will bear the title "Again" – this is a mini-series based on the book "You Did Not Want to Know" by Jean Hanff Korelitz. HBO today also unveiled the series trailer.
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The miniseries will focus on Grace (Kidman) and Jonathan Fraser (Grant), who can be considered the perfect pair in the perfect place in their lives – both are successful. Grace works as a therapist, who will soon publish her own book, but just before this event her husband disappears, and soon turns out that she is someone other than thought. The matter takes on a public character, in the light of which Grace will have to build her world completely again, but not only for herself, but also for her son, who is played by Noah Jupe.
"Again" trailer with Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant
David E. Kelley (previously worked on "Big Lies") is responsible for the miniseries – he created the script and is a showrunner. Sussane Bier ("Do not open your eyes", "Night receptionist") stood behind the camera. Other roles include: Edgar Ramirez (nominated for an Emmy for roles in the series) American Crime Story: Assassination of Versace and carlos) as detective Joe Mendoza; Ismael Cruz Cordova (Berlin Station) as Fernando Alves; Matilda De Angelis as Elena Alves; Lily Rabe (American Horror Story) as Sylvia Steinetz; Noma Dumezweni (Black Earth Rising) as Haley Fitzgerald; Noah Jupe (Sweety. Quiet place) as Henry Fraser, 12-year-old son of Grace and Jonathan; Sofie Gråbøl (HBO series Gentleman Jack) as Catherine Stamper; and Donald Sutherland (awarded with an Emmy for his role in the film Citizen X) as Franklin Reinhardt – father of Grace, retired financier and loving grandfather.
In 2019, one of HBO's biggest hits "Game of Thrones" had its final, and the most important premiere can probably be called the award-winning "Chernobyl". Last year, we also had a successful return of the "Detective" (season 3), as well as season 2 of "Big Lies".
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