The date for the first episode of the Fatal Attraction series has been set.

The streaming service said on January 9 that the first two episodes of the new Paramount+ show Fatal Attraction, which stars Lizzy Caplan, Joshua Jackson, and Amanda Peet, will air on April 30.

Fatal Attraction, a famous thriller from 1987 starring Glenn Close, Michael Douglas, and Anne Archer in roles now played by Caplan, Jackson, and Peet, is being advertised by Paramount+ as “a deep-dive reinterpretation.”

The streamer says that the new series will look at “fatal attraction” and “timeless themes” like marriage and cheating “through the lens of modern views on strong women, personality disorders, and coercive control.”

Alexandra Cunningham created and wrote the show. She and Peet worked together on Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story.

At the Television Critics Association panel for Fatal Attraction on January 9, Cunningham said, “The show is about how some people just can’t take a win.” “It’s about self-image and what we’ll do to protect it, as well as what happens when someone doesn’t have one.” “And if we’ve done our jobs right, which these actors and their coworkers definitely did, they think your feelings will change more than once.”

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