Hulu Series Tell Me Lies Renewed for a Second Season

The Hulu series Tell Me Lies has been renewed for a second season, according to Variety. As part of its catalog, Hulu already has an impressive collection of book adaptations, including Little Fires Everywhere and Normal People. The streaming service plans to launch several other book-to-television productions in the near future. Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things, Washington Black, Saint X, and Interior Chinatown are among these adaptations.

Originally premiering on Hulu on September 7, Tell Me Lies had ten episodes in its first season. October 26 was the date for the final episode, and the Season 1 trailer can be viewed below:

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According to the official plot summary, the series follows an eight-year relationship that is both chaotic and captivating. In the story, Lucy Albright (Grace Van Patten) and Stephen DeMarco (Jackson White) come across each other when insignificant decisions have devastating effects on their lives. Even though they begin like any typical campus romance, their relationship quickly develops into one that will forever change not only their lives but also those around them.

It was revealed in the series’ first season finale that after breaking up suddenly with Lucy, Stephen decided to leave a Hawaii-themed college party with his ex, Diana (Alicia Crowder). The contrast was that Lucy had slept with Drew’s boyfriend, Evan, played by Brandon Cook. When Lucy reunites with Stephen several years later, she discovers that he’s engaged to her ex-best friend Lydia (Natalee Linez). All of that happens during Evan and Bree’s (Catherine Missal) engagement party.

Considering Tell Me Lies had a positive reception from audiences, it’s not a surprise to hear that it was renewed. It’s exactly the kind of ambiguous murderous drama that invites binge-watching. Another point worth mentioning is the thrilling conclusion of season one.

The story is based on a single novel by Carola Lovering, so it makes sense to make it a standalone, but that hasn’t stopped other adaptations in the past. As an example, Big Little Lies solved its murder and still came back for more. The Handmaid’s Tale is still running four seasons after its original launch.

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