If you're looking for some spine-tingling seduction in your TV viewing experience this fall, look no further than Dirty John, which premieres on Bravo on Sunday, November 25 at 10/9c.
Everything we've heard about, read about, and seen about the mysterious new limited series event has made us want more, more, more, from the first-look photos to the official trailer to that sneak peek of a ... wedding?! And Dirty John's key art is no exception.
The Daily Dish has the exclusive reveal of the key art for the new limited series, which you can check out, below. Featuring Connie Britton, who plays interior designer Debra Newell in the series, and Eric Bana, who plays her enigmatic lover John Meehan, the key art looks sexy, thrilling, and a little bit dangerous, just like Dirty John itself.
As if that weren't exciting enough, we've also been gifted with a new trailer for Dirty John, which you can view above. In the new clip, we get even more of a peek inside the origins of Debra's relationship with John, which transforms from a fairytale romance into a twisted tale of manipulation and deceit. From Debra's daughters Terra (Julia Garner) and Veronica (Juno Temple) expressing their concern early on about the new man in their mother's life to other red flags, including a poster warning others about John, as well as a curious safety deposit box, it soon becomes clear that John is definitely not who he seems.
This all begs the frightening question posed in the new trailer: Do you really know the one you love?
Perhaps the most terrifying fact about Dirty John of all is that it's based on a true story covered in The Los Angeles Times and the hit podcast Dirty John from reporter Christopher Goffard. The series also stars Jean Smart as Debra's mother Arlane Hart, Kevin Zegers as Debra's nephew Toby, Keiko Agena as Debra's co-worker Nancy, John Karna as Terra's boyfriend Jimmy, Sprague Grayden as John's first wife Tonia, and Cliff Chamberlain as John's best man from his first marriage Ethan.
As if you needed more reasons to check out Dirty John, Agena explains why it's a must-watch this fall, below.