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Exclusive Video Interview: The Cast and Producers of Hulu’s ‘Tell Me Lies’

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Based on the novel of the same name by Carola Lovering, Hulu’s new series Tell Me Lies follows two people over the course of eight years of a rocky relationship. Their antics begin in college when they are first introduced and continue as they make their way into adulthood. The combination of strong scripts and quality performances makes for a very engaging viewing experience.

I had the chance to speak with series stars Grace Van Patten and Jackson White, the six actresses and actors who play the members of their circles, and executive producers Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss. We discussed their own educational experiences and what the show has taught them about relationships.

You can watch the videos here, and read below for an official summary and where to watch.

Interview with Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss


Interview with Sonia Mena, Catherine Missal, and Alicia Crowder

Interview with Branden Cook, Benjamin Wadsworth, and Spencer House

Series summary:

Tell Me Lies follows a tumultuous but intoxicating relationship as it unfolds over the course of 8 years. When Lucy Albright and Stephen DeMarco meet at college, they are at that formative age when seemingly mundane choices lead the way to irrevocable consequences. Although their relationship begins like any typical campus romance, they quickly fall into an addictive entanglement that will permanently alter not only their lives, but the lives of everyone around them.

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Tell Me Lies premieres Wednesday, September 7th on Hulu with three episodes, followed by one new episode each Wednesday after that.

Abe Friedtanzer
Abe Friedtanzer
Abe Friedtanzer is a film and TV enthusiast who spent most of the past fifteen years in New York City. He has been the editor of and since 2007, and has been predicting the Oscars, Emmys, Golden Globes, and SAG Awards since he was allowed to stay up late enough to watch them. He has attended numerous film festivals including Sundance, Tribeca, and SXSW, and is a contributing writer for The Film Experience, Awards Radar, and AwardsWatch.


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