Peacock released a trailer for its miniseries adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s Apples Never Fall.

Moriarty’s novel, published in 2021 by Henry Holt, follows the four adult children of Joy and Stan Delaney, a married couple who recently retired from the tennis academy they ran. When Joy goes missing, two of her children suspect their father might be involved in her disappearance. In a starred review, a critic for Kirkus called the book “funny, sad, astute, occasionally creepy, and slyly irresistible.”

The miniseries is directed by Chris Sweeney and Dawn Shadforth, and stars Annette Bening as Joy and Sam Neill as Stan. Their children are played by Conor Merrigan-Turner, Alison Brie, Essie Randles, and Jake Lacy. Bening and Moriarty are among the series’ executive producers.

In the trailer, Joy says in a voiceover, “You can spend a lifetime with someone as a wife or as a mother, but you can never really know who they are.”

The trailer, set to Baby Rose’s song “Stop the Bleeding,” continues with various scenes of Joy and Stan’s children fighting with one another. In one scene, a reporter asks Stan, “Stan Delaney, did you kill your wife?”

At the end of the trailer, Joy says in another voiceover, “Secrets will poison any family, and what you don’t know can hurt you.”

The seven episodes of the miniseries will all be released on Peacock on March 14.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.