‘The Woman in the House’: Netflix’s Limited Series Starring Kristen Bell Gets Premiere Date and Lengthy Title

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As reported by Deadline, Netflix has revealed the full title for the upcoming Kristen Bell limited series: The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window (Or TWITHATSFTGITW for short, which just rolls off the tongue). In addition to that mouthful, we were gifted a teaser trailer, complete with a release date.

The series centers around heartbroken Anna (Bell), for whom every day is the same. She sits with her wine, staring out the window, watching life go by without her. But when a handsome neighbor (The Nevers‘ Tom Riley) and his adorable daughter move in across the street, Anna starts to see a light at the end of the tunnel. That is until she witnesses a gruesome murder… Or did she?

An eight-episode, limited-run series, it’s described as a “darkly comedic, wine-soaked, satirical slant on the psychological thriller that will have you guessing who, what, where, why and how in the hell?! until the very end.”

The cast also includes Michael Ealy (Westworld) as Douglas, Anna’s ex-husband; Mary Holland (Happiest Season) as Sloane, a local art gallery owner and Anna’s loyal best friend; Shelley Hennig (Teen Wolf) as Lisa, who is described as “sweet and sexy”; Cameron Britton (The Umbrella Academy) as Buell, Anna’s simple-minded handyman; Christina Anthony (Mixed-Ish) as Detective Lane, a smart and no-nonsense law enforcement investigator; and Benjamin Levy Aguilar (Filthy Rich) as Rex, who is not the “brightest bulb in the chandelier.”

Bell executive produces the series alongside Will Ferrell, Jessica Elbaum, and Brittney Segal. The series hails from Gloria Sanchez Productions and was created by Rachel Ramras, Hugh Davidson, and Larry Dorf, who also serve as co-showrunners

TWITHATSFTGITW is set to premiere on Friday January 28, 2022, and we have the trailer below.

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