Apple TV+ thriller 'Suspicion,' starring Uma Thurman, debuts Feb. 4

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Upcoming Apple TV+ thriller series "Suspicion," which features Uma Thurman in the lead role, will debut on the Apple streaming platform with its first two episodes on Feb. 4.

Based on the popular Israeli series "False Flag," the show follows an American businesswoman, played by Thurman, whose son is kidnapped. Suspicion starts to rise among four people staying in the same hotel, and the FBI begins a manhunt as they attempt to prove their innocence.

Alongside Thurman, the cast also includes Kunal Nayyar, Noah Emmerich, Georgina Campbell, Elyes Gabel, Elizabeth Henstridge, Tom Rhys-Harries, and Angel Coulby. Rob Williams serves as showrunner and executive producer. Chris Long, Howard Burch, Avi Nir, and Anna Winger executive produce, while Darin McLeod serves as producer.

Suspicion joins a growing slate of Apple TV+ content set for release in 2022. Other series include "The Afterparty," which premieres on Jan. 28, and a film adaptation of "The Tragedy of Macbeth" on Jan 14.

Once the show debuts with its first two episodes, new episodes will debut weekly each Friday.