Tell Me Lies: When It Will Be Released?

Summer is coming to an end, but fall TV is just getting started, and Hulu’s new show Tell Me Lies is leading the way.

The much-anticipated drama is based on Carola Lovering’s 2018 book of the same name. It will start airing early next month, and actress Emma Roberts has signed on as an executive producer.

According to an official synopsis from Hulu, the TV show will follow “a tumultuous but intoxicating relationship” between the two main characters, Lucy Albright (Grace Van Patten) and Stephen DeMarco (Jackson White), as it develops over the course of eight years.

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In the series, the two characters are in a relationship that can’t be called anything but toxic. It shows how, at a “formative age,” “seemingly ordinary choices can lead to irreversible results.

Release Date

Tell Me Lies starts on Hulu on September 7, and new episodes come out every Wednesday.

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  • Grace Van Patten (Nine Perfect Strangers) plays Lucy
  • Mrs. Fletcher’s Jackson White will play the notorious Stephen DeMarco
  • Also starring are Jade Fernandez and Catherine Missal.


The series is about a teen named Lucy who calls herself “icy.” She goes to college in Southern California and meets a dark and mysterious upperclassman named Stephen DeMarco, who she falls in love with. Their love for each other is undeniable, but their relationship is also full of lies and what seems to be gaslighting.

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According to Hulu, the show will follow the couple as they “quickly fall into an addictive tangle that will change not only their lives but the lives of everyone around them.”

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When Lucy meets Stephen, she sees all the warning signs but ignores them. This puts her on a path that takes her completely off track. In a statement to Cosmopolitan, the author Carola Lovering said, “Tell Me Lies is about relationships that are bad for us and how we hurt ourselves when we choose the wrong people.

Who’s Behind the Project?

Along with Roberts, Meaghan Oppenheimer is adapting the book. She will also be the showrunner and executive producer for the Belletrist TV production company, which Roberts started. Karah Preiss and Matt Matruski are also executive producers for Belletrist.

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Also on board are Laura Lewis and Stephanie Noonan from Rebelle Media, Shannon Gibson from Vice Studios, and Sam Schlaifer from Refinery29. Lovering will help with the project in some way.

Frequently Asked Question

What is the Thing That You Can’t Forgive in Tell Me Lies?

Soon after they meet, Lucy tells Stephen a personal story about the Unforgivable Thing, a betrayal that made Lucy hate her mother. Stephen acts like he’s interested in what Lucy has to say, but all he can think about is how her black bra strap is showing and how her breasts are pushing against her thin cotton T-shirt.

How Does Tell Me Lies End?

The Finish:

Lucy and her mom make up, and when Lucy sees Stephen at Bri’s wedding, she knows she’s done with him.

Where Does Hulu’s “Tell Me a Lie” Take Place?

What happens? The story takes place over eight years in the life of a young woman from Long Island named Lucy Albright. When she goes to college in Southern California, she wants to leave behind a bad relationship with her mother.

What is the Story of the Book Tell Me Lies?

Tell Me Lies is a thrilling, sexy coming-of-age story about toxic love, ruthless ambition, and shocking betrayal. It’s about that person who still haunts you—the other. Not the right one. The person you couldn’t give up. The one you’ll never forget

When Was Tell Me Lies Released?

The movie is about the American involvement in the Vietnam War, and when it came out, it caused a lot of trouble. Tell Me Lies opened in New York on February 14, 1968, and in London on February 15, 1968.

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