With Nicole Kidman, miniseries about worship arrives in Brazil by Prime Video


With Nicole Kidman, the miniseries Nine Perfect Strangers (Nine Perfect Strangers, in free translation) will arrive in Brazil by Prime Video. The platform has acquired the worldwide exhibition rights, except for the United States and China, of the drama that places the Australian actress as the leader of a mysterious cult in a remote spa.

The production is original from streaming Hulu, unprecedented in the Brazilian market, and also has Melissa McCarthy in the cast.

The story follows Frances Welty (Melissa McCarthy), a writer facing back pain and a broken heart. She decides to spend a few days in a luxury health resort that promises healing and physical and personal transformation.

In the company of eight also stressed visitors, Frances starts to live with the strange habits and teachings of Masha (Nicole Kidman), director of the mysterious spa. According to the official synopsis, the characters have no idea what is about to hit them.

The main cast also features such names as Luke Evans, Tiffany Boone, Bobby Cannavale, Melvin Gregg, Regina Hall, Manny Jacinto, Asher Keddie, Michael Shannon, Grace Van Patten and Samara Weaving.

The project has eight episodes and is based on the work of Liane Moriarty, author of Big Little Lies (2017-2019). Nicole Kidman and David E. Kelley are part of the executive producer team. Jonathan Levine (My Boyfriend is a Zombie) is in charge of the direction.

Hulu announced that the miniseries will open on August 18. There is still no date set for its launch on Prime Video.

See the teaser (in English) of Nine Perfect Strangers: