Anatomy of scandal: soon on Netflix. Netflix is all set to release its new social thriller called ‘ Anatomy of scandal, which revolves around sex, power & privilege.
It is directed by Emmy winner David E. Kelley and Melissa James Gobinson. They also created ‘ Big little lies ‘ and ‘ House of cards ‘respectively. Anatomy of Lies is sure to be must-watch series. Here’s everything you need to know about the show.
Anatomy of Scandal: Plot
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The series is based on best-selling Sarah Vaughan’s political thriller novel. It is set in London, where there is a British politician James Whitehorse and his wife Sophie Miller. Their marriage gets disrupted when the sexual scandal threatens them.
Sophie and James have a bit of a high-profile marriage because James is such a successful public figure. But when James is accused of a crime i.e rape, their marriage life gets problematic.
Sophie wants their normal lives back and believes James when he says that he didn’t do it, and she wants nothing more than for James to be proven innocent.
Anatomy of Scandal: Release Date
The series will premiere on Netflix on 15th April 2022. The shooting is completed.
Anatomy of scandal: Cast
- Sienna Miller as Sophie Whitehouse
Sienna Miller is an American-English actress. Born in New York City and raised in London, she began her career as a photography model. She did debut in her acting in the 2004 films Layer Cake and Alfie.
- Michelle Dockery as Kate
Michelle Suzanne Dockery is an English actress. She was nominated for the golden globe award. She is best known for her leading performance as Lady Mary Crawley in the ITV television period drama series Downton Abbey.
- Rupert Friend as James Whitehouse
Rupert Friend is an English actor. He is also a director, screenwriter, producer, and lyricist. A friend is known for leading and supporting roles in a number of notable films.
- Naomi Scott as Olivia Lytton
Naomi Scott is a multi-talented actor, singer, and songwriter. She starred as “Jasmine” in Disney’s blockbuster live-action remake Aladdin (2019), alongside Mena Massoud and Will Smith, directed by Guy Ritchie. Disney released the film in May 2019, and it became a blockbuster.
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