You’re stuck inside in the cold. So why not rely on Netflix to warm you up? That’s exactly the purpose of Netflix’s latest British drama, Behind Her Eyes.
Created by Steve Lightfoot and based on the book of the same name, Behind Her Eyes focuses on a normal secretary who makes one mistake. Little does she realize that mistake will upend her entire life, flinging her into a world full of twists, betrayals, and secrets she could never even imagine. Excited to watch this warped thriller? Here’s everything you need to know.
When Will Behind Her Eyes Be on Netflix?
Did you have a good Valentine’s Day? That’s nice. Now it’s time for an erotic thriller that will leave you gasping — and not necessarily in a good way. All six episodes of Behind Her Eyes premiere on Netflix this Wednesday, February 17.
What Time Will Behind Her Eyes Be on Netflix?
If you love Netflix originals chances are you already know the answer to this one. All episodes of Behind Her Eyes land on Netflix on February 17 at 3/2c a.m. That means if you’re based on the East Coast you’re looking at an exhausting 3 a.m. start time. But if you’re on the West Coast, rejoice. You can start watching this new series at midnight.
Who’s in the Cast of Behind Her Eyes?
There’s a very good chance you’ve seen these actors before. Behind Her Eyes stars Eve Hewson, Simona Brown, Tom Bateman, and Robert Aramayo. Hewson is best known for starring in The Knick and The Luminaries. Fun fact: She’s also Bono’s daughter. Brown has starred in another Netflix original series, Kiss Me First. Bateman is best known for his work in Cold Pursuit and Murder on the Orient Express. And rounding out the lot is Aramayo, who has appeared in Nocturnal Animals and is set to star in Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings saga.
Is Behind Her Eyes Based on a Book?
It certainly is. Sarah Pinborough’s Behind Her Eyes was originally published in 2017. The novel, much like the series, tells the story of single mom Louise. After a wild night out, Louise kisses the man she later realizes is her boss. Naturally she’s mortified by her mistake, a feeling that’s compounded once she realizes that her boss is married and his wife is actually pretty sweet. But as Louise gets to know David and Adele better, her life becomes weirder and weirder. It turns out this marriage is anything but traditional.
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