Netflix dropped the first trailer on 7 December ahead of iHarlan Coben's mystery release. Here’s everything you need to know about Michelle Keegan’s upcoming crime-thriller film.
Mystery King Harlan Coben is bringing us another thriller to pique our interest during the holiday season. Netflix dropped the first trailer on 7 December ahead of its release. Here’s everything you need to know about Michelle Keegan’s upcoming crime-thriller film.
Created by The Stranger and Stay Close director – Fool Me Once narrates the story of Maya, who is grieving the sudden death of her husband Joe by unknown assailants. However, her world turns upside down after she discovers him alive in a secret nanny camera, playing with his daughter Lily.
In the nearly 2-minute trailer, we meet Maya (played by Michelle Keegan) and her husband Joe Burkett (played by Richard Armitage) getting married before we are bombed with the twist of his funeral service seconds later in the trailer. As Maya grapples with the grief, she is given a hidden camera to keep an eye on the Nanny for her little daughter Lily. The turning point arrives when she sees her husband alive in the camera, secretly meeting his daughter. “I think your husband stumbled on something big,” one of the characters blurted out to Maya.
During this search for truth journey, she faces a moral dilemma multiple times before hitting up to team with a private detective Sergeant Sami Kierce (Adeel Akhtar). With a mysterious past plot element added, it is undoubtedly an intense thriller.
sees her murdered husband on a secret nanny cam, she uncovers a deadly conspiracy that stretches deep into the past.
Starring Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar, Joanna Lumley, and Richard Armitage – Fool Me Once follows the story of ex-soldier Maya, who will unintendedly finds her assumed dead husband on a secret nanny cam. Following this shocking discovery, a deep and deadly conspiracy stretching to the past is unfolded by the characters.
When and where to watch
The crime-thriller Fool Me Once will have its OTT release debut on Netflix on January 1. Yay! You can enjoy watching this thriller after a tired New Year’s Eve, thus giving us another reason to binge-watch.