Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal trailer: When an online dating and affairs site leaked personal information

Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal trailer: When an online dating and affairs site leaked personal information

The three-episode docuseries with a 50-minute runtime, is helmed by Toby Paton and is all set to premiere on the streamer on May 15

The trailer for the docuseries, Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal, was unveiled by Netflix. The series is all set to premiere on the streamer on May 15. 

The official description of the series reads, "When Ashley Madison, a dating site for people seeking adulterous affairs, is hacked, millions of users' intimate data is exposed, wrecking marriages and destroying lives." The three-episode docuseries with a 50-minute runtime, is helmed by Toby Paton. 

The series will dive into the birth of a website during the internet's explosive growth period. It follows the stories of users who turned to the site to fulfil a desire lacking in their love lives. However, the series takes a dark turn when a hacking incident brings everything crashing down.

Chris McLaughlin is the producer for Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal, which is backed under the Minnow Films banner. Fiona Caldwell and Sophie Jones are executive producers of the docuseries. 

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