Another day, another look at a new series coming to Netflix.
And while many of Netflix's movies and shows involve offering a platform to recognizable filmmakers looking to work free of the traditional Hollywood model, the upcoming series Gypsy comes from a newcomer.
The short clip sees Watts' Manhattan-based therapist Jean Halloway vow "always to provide a safe and trusting haven for [her] patients" and never to "violate [their] physical boundaries". I will remain objective in my relationships. "And will always do no harm".
Aside Watts as a therapist, the cast of Gypsy also includes Billy Crudup (Spotlight) as Jean's husband Michael Halloway, Sophie Cookson (Kingsman) as Sydney, Lucy Boynton (Murder on the Orient Express) as Jean's patient Allison, and Karl Glusman (Nocturnal Animals) and Jean's patient Sam. In fact, the big draw here seems to be the chance to watch Naomi Watts star in a 10-part psychological thriller series.More news: Bank Of England Left Interest Rates Unchanged, Lowered 2017 Growth Forecast
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The show will be directed by the likes of Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson, Victoria Mahoney (Queen Sugar, Grey's Anatomy) and Coky Giedroyc (Penny Dreadful, The Killing).
As her professional and personal relationships begin to blur, the rule book gets thrown out the window and Jean's seemingly picturesque life begins to unravel very quickly. But in the last few years she's also been in a spate of cinematic messes - from Shut In to Diana to the recently released 3 Generations.
The series is available on Netflix from June 30th.