The new series, starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, focuses on a group of strangers who enter into a clinical trial for a drug that supposedly cures all of their ailments, but soon find that they got much more than what they bargained for.
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The show, spanning ten episodes, will be available to watch all at once. The limited series reunites Superbad's Jonah Hill and Emma Stone a decade-plus later for a victory lap after they've turned from new kids to Hollywood royalty.
Netflix also released a host of new images that further reveal the fantastic cast, including Julia Garner (The Americans, Ozark) and Billy Magnussen (Game Night), along with Oscar-winner Sally Fields.
Here's what we do know - or have pieced together - about the series.
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They, and other strangers, enter a three-day trial for a supposedly miraculous drug whose makers' claim it can permanently cure their ills without leaving any harmful side-effects.
Stone's character, Annie, is drawn to the trial due to questionable familial relationships, whereas Hill's character, Owen, says that he wants to take part following a disputed diagnosis of schizophrenia.
Based on the Norwegian TV series of the same name, Maniac will be dropping onto our Netflix screens next month and by the look of the trailer, it's going to be an absolutely insane viewing experience.
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