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Hulu has unveiled a teaser for the psychological thriller series The Clearing, starring Teresa Palmer, Miranda Otto, and Guy Pearce

The Hulu streaming service has released a teaser trailer for their upcoming psychological thriller series The Clearing, and you can check it out in the embed above. This eight-part series, based on the best-selling crime book In The Clearing written by J.P. Pomare will premiere with two episodes in May 24. The remaining six episodes will be released on a weekly basis, with a new episode arriving on Hulu every Wednesday.

Said to be “inspired by the darkness of real-life cults in Australia and around the world“, The Clearing is an emotional and psychological thriller that follows the nightmares of a cult and a woman who’s forced to face the demons from her past in order to stop the kidnapping and coercion of innocent children in the future. The series burrows under the skin and inside the mind, blurring the lines between past and present, reality and nightmare in a truly unnerving way… Which sounds like an interesting viewing experience.

Boosting my interest in The Clearing even more is the fact that it happens to star Teresa Palmer (Lights Out), Miranda Otto (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), and Guy Pearce (Memento). Hazem Shammas (1001010Safe Harbor) is also included in this “stellar lineup of Australian talent”. Mark Coles Smith (Mystery road) Kate Mulvany (1001010The 12) and Julia Savage (1001010Mr. Inbetween).Pomare’s In the Clearing (pick up a copy HERE) had the following description:

Four days to go. Amy has lived her entire life in the Clearing with her siblings. Three days left. Freya tries to appear like a “normal mum” while maintaining her isolation lifestyle in order to protect her son and dog. Two days left. One day to go. One day to go.Directed by Jeffrey Walker and Gracie Otto, The clearing is created and written by Elise McCredie, Matt Cameron, with co-writing by Osamah Samir. Will you watch this show on Hulu when it becomes available? Please let us know what you think by leaving a message below.

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