If you’re no ‘Stranger‘ to American author Harlan Coben’s novels, you will know that nobody is ‘Safe‘ and for his latest Netflix adaptation there’s no exception. As brand new mystery drama Stay Close is set to premiere on the Netflix streaming platform before new year’s end.
Starring James Nesbitt as Broome, Richard Armitage who also starred in Harlan Coben’s ‘The Stranger’ as photographer, Ray, alongside Cush Jumbo as Shaw, Sarah Parish as Lorraine and Eddie Izzard as Harry.
Stay Close is a mystery drama adapted from the 2012 novel in the same name, written by American novelist Harlan Coben.
With trademark thrills, gripping suspense and secrets of past crimes beginning to unravel, Stay Close questions how much you really know someone. Four people each conceal dark secrets from those closest to them; Megan (Jumbo) a working mother of three, Ray (Armitage), a once-promising documentary photographer, Broome (Nesbitt) a detective unable to let go of a missing person’s cold case, and Lorraine (Parish), an old friend of Megan’s. As the past comes back to haunt them, threatening to ruin their lives and the lives of those around them, what will be their next move?
Watch the trailer below.
Stay Close is streaming on Netflix from December 31st
Stay Close is a RED Production Company production commissioned for Netflix. Nicola Shindler (Years and Years, Happy Valley, Scott & Bailey), writers Harlan Coben (The Woods) and Danny Brocklehurst (Brassic, Come Home) and Richard Fee (The Stranger, Prey) are the Executive Producers of the new eight-part series, created by Harlan Coben, and based on his best-selling novel. Juliet Charlesworth (Happy Valley, Traces) is series producer and Daniel O’Hara (The Stranger, Brassic) is lead director and an executive producer. The series is due to go into production in early 2021 and filming will take place in and around Manchester and the North West of England.