Lisey's Story: Season 1

Lisey's Story: Season 1

Lisey's Story: Season 1

An Apple Original thriller, created by Stephen King who adapts his own 2006 novel. Follows Lisey (Julianne Moore), two years after the death of her novelist husband (Clive Owen), when a series of unsettling events cause her to face memories of her marriage that she has deliberately blocked out of her mind. Directed by Pablo Larraín (Jackie), and executive produced by J.J. Abrams.

2021Rating: TV-MAUSAWarner Bros. Television, Bad Robot, Apple TV+
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EPISODE 1.1
4 June 2021

Bool Hunt

Lisey Landon begins to face repressed realities about her late husband, novelist Scott Landon, two years after his death.

EPISODE 1.2
4 June 2021

Blood Bool

Lisey calls Professor Dashmiel to warn him about Jim Dooley, who is already close at hand.

EPISODE 1.3
11 June 2021

Under the Yum-Yum Tree

The bool hunt leads Lisey to a moment from her past, when Scott shared a confession about his family and traumatic childhood.

EPISODE 1.4
18 June 2021

Jim Dandy

After a terrifying experience, Lisey opens up the gates of her memory to find answers in Scott’s world of Boo’ya Moon.

EPISODE 1.5
25 June 2021

The Good Brother

Scott takes Lisey back to when she first learned about Boo'ya Moon and reveals the horrifying truth about his family's past.

EPISODE 1.6
2 July 2021

Now You Must Be Still

With Darla's help, Lisey sets out to rescue Amanda so the three sisters can unite to take on Jim Dooley.

EPISODE 1.7
9 July 2021

No Light, No Spark

Two years after Scott’s death, Lisey must again confront mortality. But this time, she has a plan—and it involves Boo’ya Moon.

EPISODE 1.8
16 July 2021

Lisey's Story

Lisey faces Dooley and discovers Scott’s final gift to her. Season finale.

Lisey's Story: Season 1 / Reviews

Screen Daily

Screen Daily

Too long, too over-produced, too many talents, too overwrought, too much going on.

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Variety

Variety

There's much here that works well: What is meant to be scary is scary, what is meant to touch the heart will.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A push-and-pull that's all-too-visible, especially in the series' clumsy back-half.

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Slash Film

Slash Film

Starts off strong, only to quickly fall apart.

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Bloody Disgusting

Bloody Disgusting

Pretty to look at and fairly faithful, but far too bloated to be very engaging.

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