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‘The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window’: What Time Is the Kristen Bell Series on Netflix?

Netflix will premiere a new limited crime mystery starring Kristen Bell. The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window centers on the main character named Anna (Bell). Anna relies on wine to deal with the problems and trauma she faces. Her life takes a turn when she witnesses a murder, but no one believes her. Is Anna crazy? Did she imagine it? Or is something bigger at play? Here is everything audiences need to know about The Woman in the House and what time it will be available.

Audiences might be inclined to believe The Woman in the House is a spoof on the Amy Adams movie The Woman in the Window. The Netflix show follows a similar idea but relies more heavily on comedy with different details regarding the murder.

A troubled Anna is dealing with many unfortunate circumstances in her life. She relies on bottles of wine and prescription medications to get through the day. When a widowed father named Neil (Tom Riley) and his daughter Emma (Samsara Yett) move across the street, she gets a spark of life.

One day, she witnesses a murder across the street. She alerts authorities, but they do not believe her. They claim the murder never occurred, and the supposed victim is alive. Anna spirals and questions what really happened. She gets involved in her own investigation.

‘The Woman in the House Across the Street From The Girl in the Window’ release time

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Audiences will be eager to watch Bell’s newest series if it promises a riveting crime story. What time will Netflix’s The Woman in the House air? It will air on Friday, Jan.28, on the streaming platform. The release time is scheduled for 12 am PT/3 am ET.

By the time Netflix users get up on Friday morning, they will have a new murder mystery to sink their teeth into. The series is comprised of eight episodes.

The Woman in the House stars Bell and Tom Riley in the leading roles and Michael Ealy as well. The cast includes Happiest Season’s Mary Holland and Shelley Hennig. Fans of Mindhunter and Umbrella Academy will recognize actor Cameron Britton.

Kristen Bell defended the Netflix series’s long title

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In an interview with TODAY, Bell reveals she was the one who fought to keep the series’s long title. To many, The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window is a mouthful. Netflix originally wanted to shorten the title, but Bell explains, “I said, ‘No way’ because, here’s a little tip of the hat. This show is definitely, it’s a satirical psychological drama.”

Bell further explains murder mysteries involving women follow the same formula. The title is meant to poke fun at the genre. “So, we’re hoping that the title will tip you to the fact that we are making fun of the genre the entire time,” said Bell.

Ealy also enjoyed the title and told ABC Audio, “I mean you can’t say that without kind of smiling, right? You can’t say that without kind of questioning what am I getting myself into?” It will be hard for audiences to forget The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window.



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