Hulu’s original’s Nine Perfect Strangers is getting mixed reviews among the audience. The story of “Nine Perfect Strangers” is all about humans getting back to nature, and the show has an incredible amount of actors.
Nine different people arrive at Tranquillum House, a mysterious retreat house that promises total transformation. Some came to lose weight, some came to get a reboot of life, and some for reasons they can’t even admit. Critics and audiences feel that the series hasn’t much room for the story. “Nine Perfect Strangers” was adopted from the 2018 novel by Australian author Liane Moriarty, popularly known for the novel “Big Little Lies.” The nine guests narrate the 451 pages in the novel at Tranquillum House. The cast features Nicole Kidman as Masha and Melissa McCarthy as Novelist Frances Welty. Critics say that there is a lot of difference between the book and the series as it has American and Australian cultural quirks.
Nine Perfect Strangers is not a horror series, but it’s a fantastic thriller. This series discusses pain, emotions and teaches life lessons. The show also examines the exceptions of wealthy people and how they lose sight of humanity. Overall, Nine Perfect Strangers is unbridgeable or one-time watchable.