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How Many Episodes of ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Are on Hulu? ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Release Schedule
David E. Kelley knows how to put together a show to round out the summer. The creator behind Big Little Lies has returned to television with a haunting new miniseries called Nine Perfect Strangers, based off the novel of the same name. And as the best summer miniseries do, it stars Nicole Kidman. That’s not the only big name attached to the Hulu series though—the cast is round out with the likes of Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon, Bobby Cannavale, and Regina Hall. A stacked cast if there ever were one.
The series takes place in a tropical, if not eerie spa where a retreat leader by the name of Masha promises that people will leave the resort happier than when they came to it. Of course, we’re dealing with some pretty broken people at the start of the series, so it’s not difficult to imagine that they would leave happier. But even one episode in, it becomes evident that Masha and her staff of dedicated spa workers have plans for these “nine perfect strangers” that are further removed from anything they could imagine.
Hulu bet big on the series, dropping three episodes on the series’ launch date, August 18. The installments of “Random Acts of Mayhem,” “The Critical Path,” and “Earth Day” are only three of the eventual eight episodes that the series will release before it wraps up on September 22.
Nine Perfect Strangers
In case you’re of the rare few who likes to plan their weekly episodes instead of bingeing them in one sitting, the complete list of episode release dates are below. New episodes of Nine Perfect Strangers drop every Wednesday at 12:01AM ET.
Episode 1: August 18, 2021
Episode 2: August 18, 2021
Episode 3: August 18, 2021
Episode 4: August 25, 2021
Episode 5: September 1, 2021
Episode 6: September 8, 2021
Episode 7: September 15, 2021
Episode 8: September 22, 2021
Justin Kirkland is a writer for Esquire, where he focuses on entertainment, television, and pop culture.
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