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Watch the trailer for Lisa Taddeo’s best-selling novel ‘Three Women’ TV series

Watch the trailer for the Lisa Taddeo's 'Three Women' TV series

It was hard to walk into a book store in 2019 without walking past some prominently positioned copies of Lisa Taddeo's book Three Women. The American author's debut non-fiction piece about the sexual and emotional lives of three different American women debuted at number one on The New York Times non-fiction best sellers list that year, and has since been (unsurprisingly) picked up for a television adaptation.


Watch the trailer

After hopping between a few different production studios, the series finally has a trailer with streaming service Stan, which you can watch in full below:


What is Three Women about?

It sounds like the television adaptation will largely follow the original book's plot, which is a win for existing fans of Taddeo's writing.

According to streaming service Stan's website, the show is about "Three American women from very different walks of life [who] take radical steps to explore their true desires, while struggling to emerge from a prison of expectations. A writer, grieving her own loss, persuades each of them to tell her their stories."


Is Three Women a true story?

Yes! Taddeo's book is a true story about the sex lives of three real American women, based on nearly a decade of her reporting.


Who is in the cast of Three Women?

Big Little Lies actress Shailene Woodley stars in the series as Gia, along with DeWanda Wise (Jurassic World: Dominion) as Sloane, Betty Gilpin (Gaslit) as Lina, Gabrielle Creevy as Maggie, Blair Underwood as Richard, Lola Kirke as Jenny, Blair Redord as Will and John Patrick Amedori as Jack.


When does the Three Women series come out?

All episodes of Lisa Taddeos' Three Women TV show adaptation will premiere in Australia on Friday 16 February 2024.


Where can I watch the Three Women series?

The full season of Three Women will be available to stream exclusively on Stan in Australia.


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