We've got a much closer look at the highly-anticipated 'Conversations With Friends' this week.

Both BBC and Hulu have dropped new content for the show. BBC Three released a short first-look scene, while Hulu have gone with a full official trailer for the show.

The series follows Frances (Alison Oliver), a vulnerable college student living in Dublin who is best friends with her ex-girlfriend Bobbi (Sasha Lane). At a spoken word poetry event, they meet Melissa (Jemima Kirke), a writer, and her husband Nick (Joe Alwyn). While Melissa and Bobbi develop an intense flirtation, Frances embarks on an affair with Nick that threatens to destroy her friendship with Bobbi.

BBC's first-look scene features main characters Frances, Bobbi and Melissa taking a dip at Seapoint and then heading back to Melissa's house. Frances is left alone in the kitchen when Nick arrives in the door. Cue slightly awkward conversation and a bit of tension.

Over on Hulu, which will be airing the programme in the States, we got a full trailer featuring loads of saucy scandal. One standout line is Frances saying to Nick, "I'm in love with you and you obviously don't feel the same."

The trailer also features a new original song 'sidelines' by Phoebe Bridgers. Bridgers is famously dating the star of Sally Rooney's last adaptation Paul Mescal. Have a look at the full Hulu trailer below:

'Conversations With Friends' brings back many of those behind 2020's 'Normal People.'

Lenny Abrahamson directs with Leanne Welham. He also executive produces, along with Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe, Emma Norton, Tommy Bulfin and Rose Garnett. Alice Birch writes with Mark O’Halloran, Meadhbh McHugh and Susan Soon He Stanton. Catherine Magee and Jeanie Igoe produce.

'Conversations With Friends' airs on BBC Three and Hulu on May 15. There is currently no date set for RTE yet, but check our site for future updates.