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Today Netflix has released the key art and four first look images from their latest Harlan Coben adaptation, Stay Close.

Following the success of The Stranger, the next of Harlan Coben's novels to be adapted into a UK Netflix series follows three key characters whose dark secrets resurface, setting off a chain of events that threatens to destroy their lives.

In keeping with previous adaptations, Stay Close will relocate the story from the US to UK shores and will be adapted by Danny Brocklehurst alongside Mick Ford, Victoria Asare-Archer and Charlotte Coben.

With trademark thrills, gripping suspense, and a crime to solve, Stay Close questions how much you really know someone. Three people living comfortable lives each conceal dark secrets that even the closest to them would never suspect.

Cush Jumbo plays Megan, a working mother of three, Richard Armitage plays Ray, the once-promising documentary photographer, now stuck in a dead-end job pandering to celebrity-obsessed rich kids and James Nesbit plays Broome, a detective who’s unable to let go of a missing person’s cold case.

And Sarah Parish plays Lorraine, an old friend from Megan's past, delivers some shocking news which will impact all three characters.

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?

The 8-part series will also star Eddie Izzard, Jo Joyner, Daniel Francis, Bethany Antonia, Rachel Andrews, Poppy Gilbert, Hyoie O’Grady and Andi Osho. With Harlan Coben, Nicola Shindler, Richard Fee, Danny Brocklehurst and Daniel O’Hara serving as Executive Producers, whilst Daniel O’Hara and Lindy Heymann will direct.

Stay Close launches Friday 31st December on Netflix


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