Emma Corrin is checking into FX’s Retreat.
Per Deadline, The Crown star is ready to steer the forthcoming collection from The OA Creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij.
Retreat is a thriller collection with a brand new form of detective on the helm — a gen Z novice sleuth named Darby Hart.
Darby and 11 different friends are invited by a reclusive billionaire to take part in a Retreat at a distant and dazzling location.
When one of many different friends is discovered useless, Darby should combat to show it was homicide in opposition to a tide of competing pursuits and earlier than the killer takes one other life.
Marling is ready to step in entrance of the display with a pivotal function, however no different particulars have been shared as of but.
“Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij have delivered a suspenseful story that updates the traditional thriller style with a daring new character for our occasions,” mentioned Giana Balian of FX when the present was picked up earlier this yr.
“We are thrilled that Brit and Zal and the remainder of the artistic staff will deliver this collection to life with their distinctive factors of view and care.”
Marling and Batmanglij will write and direct the collection, which they government produce with Andrea Sperling. FX Productions is the studio.
Corin is greatest recognized for enjoying Princess Diana on The Crown Season 4 and acquired an Emmy nomination and received Golden Globe and Critics Choice awards for Best Leading Female Actor in a Drama Series.
The star additionally appeared on the TV collection Pennyworth throughout its freshman season.
Corrin is at the moment filming Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover for Netflix.
As for Marlin and Batmanglij, they’re, in fact, greatest recognized for The OA, which garnered a loyal following on Netflix.
There was uproar when the streamer axed the sci-fi drama after two seasons due to the shortage of decision.
We’re excited to see what Retreat shall be like.
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