Fool Me Once cast: Richard Armitage, Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar. Fool Me Once Release Date: January 1, 2024 (Netflix). Fool Me Once Episodes: 8. Fool Me Once will be the author’s eighth novel that has been adapted into a television series. The Detective Sergeant Sami Kierce leads the murder investigation into Joe’s murder while working on her own personal issues
Fool Me Once is a Crime Mystery TV Series (2024). Richard Armitage, Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar are the main cast of Fool Me Once (2024). In the show in the series, a woman called Maya is trying to reconcile the gruesome murder of her husband Joe. But, Maya is shocked when she finds her husband who she thought was dead, in the camera she put inside the house to watch her child’s nanny. Fool Me Once release on Netflix January 1, 2024.
“Fool Me Once” is buzzing with excitement — a revealing story of how lies and deceit can unite people, and also tear them apart. “I am eager to discover how this dream team will bring these characters to life. The project also includes Danny Brocklehurst (Brassic, Come Home) as the project’s head writer, along with Charlotte Coben, Yemi Oyefuwa, Nina Metivier and Tom Farrelly.
Fool Me Once Trailer:
In the meantime, Maya’s nieces Abby and Daniel are trying to discover the truth behind their mother’s death a few months earlier. The upcoming 8-episode mini-series, featuring Michelle Keegan and Richard Armitage will immerse us in a fascinating thriller.
Fool Me Once Plot:
Widowed mother Mya is shocked by a photo of her husband’s death captured on the nanny cam of her toddler.
Fool Me Once Detail:
TV Series: Fool Me Once (2024)
Main Stars: Richard Armitage, Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar
Genres:Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Countries: United Kingdom, United States
Release Date: January 1, 2024 (Netflix)
Filming locations: Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, UK
Also known As: Твоя перша остання брехня, Fool Me Once, Fool Me Once Netflix
Fool Me Once Cast:
Richard Armitage As Joe Stern
Michelle Keegan As Maya Stern
Adeel Akhtar As DS Sami Kierce
Dino Fetscher As Marty McGregor
Marcus Garvey As Eddie Walker
Jade Anouka As Nicole Butler
Frederick Szkoda As Luca
Joanna Lumley As Judith Burkett
Emmett J Scanlan As Shana Tessier
Natalie Anderson As Claire Walker
Nathan Hall As Ben (Office Staff)
Nicola Achilleas As UK News Reporter
Jackie Knowles As Restaurant Manager
Paul Linden Lamb As Phil’s Solicitor
Paul Bridges As Tony
Brooklyn Baker As Pallbearer
Gareth Byrne As Teacher
Craig Shorrock As Peter Livingstone
Mark Rainsbury As Cafe Customer
Nichola Anderson As Solicitor
Ena Begovic As Italian Reporter
The TV adaptation of the Netflix miniseries ‘Deceptions’ is based on Harlan Coben’s novel from 2016 weaves a complex web of lies and secrets typical elements of the author.