Ever since its premiere in late October, The Undoing – starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant – has proven an addictive watch among television audiences gripped by its captivating narrative.
The psychological thriller drew to a close after a six-week run, leaving viewers divided as the killer behind the murder which took place at the beginning of the series was revealed.
Now that the show is over, some may want to watch it again from the start, while others who didn’t have a chance to watch it the first time around may wish to catch up.
But is it available to watch on Netflix? Here’s what you need to know.
What is The Undoing about?
Based on Jean Hanff Korelit’s 2014 book You Should Have Known, The Undoing stars Nicole and Hugh as married couple Grace and Jonathan Fraser, who live in New York with their 12-year-old son Henry (Noah Jupe).
Grace is a relationship therapist, while her husband works as a doctor specialising in oncology.
Their world is rocked when a woman is brutally murdered, setting off a chain of events that makes Grace question how well she truly knows the man she is married to.
The series marks the reunion of Nicole with creator David E Kelley, as he was also behind the development of her critically-acclaimed TV show Big Little Lies.
Is The Undoing available to watch on Netflix?
The Undoing aired on HBO in the US, with each episode aired a day later on Sky Atlantic in the UK.
While the series isn’t currently available to watch on Netflix, it is available to watch on demand on Sky and on NOW TV.
Will it return for a second season?
As the miniseries is an adaptation of You Should Have Known from start to finish, it appears unlikely that a second season will be released.
However, it may not be impossible, considering shows like Big Little Lies have been renewed for further seasons in the past despite initial plans to only air one.
Last summer, Nicole – who is an executive producer on the show – expressed interest in returning to Big Little Lies for a third season, although she added: ‘We would not do it without all of the same people involved … even the kids.’
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