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The new Amazon Prime Video show, Tell Me Your Secrets, is streaming now! The mystery series follows Amy Brenneman as a mother who's obsessed with finding clues in her daughter's disappearance. Amy Brenneman, Lily Rabe, Enrique Murciano and Hamish Linklater give us a sneak peek!

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Amy Brenneman, who plays the grieving mother, is best known for her role as Judge Amy Gray in her CBS series Judging Amy.

"The America's sweetheart thing... that ship has sailed after this one. Everyone's going to know my dark, black heart. Human beings are murky, grief is deep and change is hard... but, there's such humanity to the whole thing," Brenneman said.

Emma, played by Lily Rabe, is a woman who is struggling with her past while starting a new life in the Witness Protection Program.

"I love the part, I can't wait for people to see it. I think it's a show that people will never get ahead of. I think they'll always be sort of on the edge of their seat and just when you think you know what to think of someone or what's going to happen, it will surprise you," Rabe said.

However, Lily Rabe is no stranger to playing mysterious roles on screen. The actress recently appeared in the mystery psychological thriller The Undoing and has been a regular in many seasons of Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story.

The million dollar question though... would Stevie Nicks approve of Rabe's new role?

"I do! I do, yes. I think she would," Rabe said.

Enrique Murciano and Hamish Linklater also opened up on the show's thrilling ride.

"Many times we see the same show over and over again just with different actors and, y'know, different wardrobe. You've never seen anything like this show," Murciano said.

"This is your February binge. You think you're going to wait until March to finish this binge... but you're not," Linklater said.

Luckily, you can start the binge now on Amazon Prime Video!

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