Lulu Wangs Limited Series Expats Reveals First-Look Photos Of Nicole Kidman, Ji-young Yoo & Brian Tee

Prime Video has released first-look images of the long-awaited Lulu Wang’s limited series Expats set to be released in early 2024. The world premiere screening of its feature-length penultimate episode will take place at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 8.

The 6-part limited series, based on the internationally best-selling novel The Expatriates, by Janice Y. K. Lee, stars Nicole Kidman, Ji-young Yoo, Sarayu Blue, Brian Tee and Jack Huston.

Set against the vibrant and tumultuous tapestry of 2014 Hong Kong, Expats centers on three American women—Margaret (Kidman), Hilary (Blue), and Mercy (Yoo)—whose lives intersect after a sudden family tragedy. The series interrogates privilege and explores what happens when the line between victimhood and culpability becomes blurred. Tee plays Margaret’s husband Clarke and Huston plays Hilary’s husband David.

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Wang serves as a creator, director and writer for Expats. She also executive produces the series with Daniele Melia for Local Time. Kidman serves as an executive producer for the series with Per Saari for Blossom Films (Rabbit Hole, Nine Perfect Strangers), along with Alice Bell (The Beautiful Lie), who was the first writer onboarded to the series. Theresa Park for Per Capita Productions (After Yang) and Stan Wlodkowski (The Old Guard) also serve as executive producers. Vera Miao (Two Sentence Horror), Gursimran Sandhu (Game of Thrones), and author Janice Y. K. Lee served as writers on Expats with Bell and Wang.

More first-look photos can be found below.

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