Jennifer Garner’s hit series, The Last Thing He Told Me, is getting another season

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Reese Witherspoon has done it again! She and her production company Hello Sunshine have adapted the best-selling book, The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave into a TV show and now, it’s been renewed for a second season.

WATCH: The Last Thing He Told Me — Official Trailer | Apple TV+

Exclusive to Apple TV+, The Last Thing He Told Me is a twisty thriller that focuses on the complicated relationship between a stepmother and stepdaughter.

With an all-star cast including Jennifer Garner of Alias and Suddenly 30 fame, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau of Game of Thrones fame, and Australia’s very own Angourie Rice of Spider-Man: Homecoming fame, the show premiered on April 14, 2023.

And if you want to know more about all the ins and outs of this electrifying story, you can always read the book here.

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If you’re not wanting to read the whole book, the story follows a woman named Hannah. And when her husband Owen suddenly disappears, she has no choice but to team up with her stepdaughter Bailey.

Family secrets, bags full of cash and the threat of the FBI see this story really pick up in pace – with some truly unexpected twists and turns.

At the centre of the psychological thriller is the question, ‘How far will you go to protect the people you love… and how far will you go to uncover the truth?’

And the story will continue as the show has officially been renewed for a second season, with Jennifer Garner, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Aussie Angourie Rice and David Morse set to reprise their roles.

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Where to stream The Last Thing He Told Me in Australia

The mini-series originally premiered on Apple TV+ in April last year. Although we don’t have any new dates for season two, yet, you can re-watch all seven episodes of season one, here.

Stream The Last Thing He Told Me on Apple TV+ from $12.99/mth, with a 7-day free trial.

This article originally appeared on our sister site, WHO

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