The perils of social media will be brought to the fore in this psychological thriller.

New BBC series 'Chloe' has been given a thrilling trailer ahead of its release next month - check it out below.

Erin Doherty, who starred as Princess Anne in Netflix's 'The Crown' during seasons three and four, will play the lead role of Becky. The social media addict has been watching Chloe Fairbourne (Poppy Gilbert) virtually from afar but when the young woman is found dead, Becky decides to adopt a new personality (Sasha) to find out how the young woman tragically died. To do so, she must become friendly with Chloe's friends and learn the truth behind her tragic death.

Also starring in the series are Billy Howle ('The Serpent'), Pippa Bennett-Warner ('Gangs of London'), Jack Farthing ('Spencer') and Brandon Micheal Hall ('The Surrogate').

'Chloe' was created by Alice Seabright, who wrote and directed episodes from Netflix's 'Sex Education'. She said that the characters in the series "have been a dream to write".

The official synopsis of the six-part series is as follows:

Chloe follows Becky Green who has been watching Chloe Fairbourne via her perfect social media images for some time; Chloe’s charmed life, adoring husband and circle of high-achieving friends are always just a click away. Becky can’t resist watching a life that contrasts so starkly with her own; a life spent caring for her mother, who has early-onset dementia, in their small seaside flat on the outskirts of Bristol. When Chloe dies suddenly, Becky assumes a new identity and infiltrates the enviable lives of Chloe's closest friends to find out what happened to her.

Here's the trailer for BBC's 'Chloe'

'Chloe' will begin on BBC One on February 6. Elsewhere it will be available on Prime Video.