Nicole Kidman, Henry Golding Set for ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Season 2

Nicole Kidman is returning for the second season of Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers.

The sophomore run of the drama will again revolve around the wellness resort headed up by Kidman’s Masha and feature a new cast of series regulars led by Henry Golding, Mark Strong and Lena Olin. Character details — outside of their names (Peter, David and Helena, respectively) — are not being released.

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Golding (Old Guard 2), Strong (1917) and Olin (One Life) join a cast that includes the previously announced Murray Bartlett, Annie Murphy, Dolly De Leon, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, King Princess, Aras Aydin, Lucas Englander and Christine Baranski, all of whom have recurring roles.

Kidman exec produces the series via her Blossom Films banner, which hails from Fifth Season and Bruna Papandrea’s Made Up Stories. David E. Kelley exec produces.

Nine Perfect Strangers is based on Liane Moriarty’s novel of the same name. The drama launched in August 2021 with an all-star cast that included Kidman, Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, Michael Shannon and Manny Jacinto. The idea of a second season surfaced in May 2022 when The Hollywood Reporter reported producers were considering a second season as the show was submitted for the Emmys as an ongoing drama rather than an anthology or limited series. (It ended up being shut out at the awards).

Kidman is repped by CAA, Media Talent and Jackoway Tyerman. Golding is with CAA, Megan Silverman Management and Goodman Genow. Strong is with WME and Markham Froggatt. Olin is with Paradigm, Authentic & Literary Management and Sweden’s Agentfirman.

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