Sinclair Daniel will get rightly paranoid about her office as she faces a sequence of sinister occasions within the debut trailer for Hulu’s psychological thriller The Different Black Woman, set for a streaming launch on Sept. 13.
The unique sequence from Onyx Collective and based mostly on Zakiya Dalila Harris’ 2021 bestselling novel revolves round Nella Rogers, performed by Daniel, an editorial assistant in a starkly white New York Metropolis publishing home who’s uninterested in being manipulated and marginalized as the one Black lady at her firm.
So she will get excited when Hazel-Might McCall, performed by Ashleigh Murray, is employed and sits within the workplace cubicle behind her personal. However as Hazel turns into the workplace darling at Wagner Books, Nella spirals and discovers one thing sinister is happening as she is left within the mud.
“I really feel like I’m utterly shedding my thoughts,” Nella says at one level within the trailer, as Sinclair’s character begins to see ghostly photos peering again at her from pc screens and down workplace hallways, as if she’s being pursued.
Nella even has notes left on her desk, together with: “LEAVE WAGNER. NOW.” The trailer, with a bunch of horror pic parts, leaves viewer to determine whether or not Nella has motive to be suspicious of Hazel and the tormenting forces in her office, or if she is merely deluded.
The ensemble solid for The Different Black Woman contains Brittany Adebumola, Hunter Parrish, Bellamy Younger, Eric McCormack and Garcelle Beauvais. The sequence is government produced by Rashida Jones, Adam Fishbach, Zakiya Dalila Harris, Jordan Reddout, Gus Hickey, Tara Duncan, Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey.
Jordan Reddout and Gus Hickey are co-showrunners of the 10-episode adaptation, which can launch in full on Hulu.