At a time when Britain is fueled by political corruption, privilege and heinous sex scandals, the latest Netflix series ‘Anatomy of a Scandal’ couldn’t be any more relevant.

Adapted from Sarah Vaughan’s best selling novel, the series is a psychological thriller and gripping courtroom drama, the series infiltrates Britain’s elite through personal and political scandal, where the truth lies between justice and privilege. James and Sophie Whitehouse lives in a blissful and rarified world. A Minister in Parliament, a loving family at home,
James’ trajectory appears without limits. Until a scandalous secret suddenly comes to light.
Barrister Kate Woodcroft has a trajectory of her own, and her prosecution threatens to tear into Westminster, the Whitehouse marriage, and her own personal esteem.

Premiering on the streamer from the 15th of April, the 6-episode limited series is led by the exceptional talents of Sienna Miller as Sophie Whitehouse Oxford graduate, a wife and a mother of two whose perfectly charmed life is about to implode. Rupert Friend plays an ambitious and charismatic junior minister who has always shared his wife’s good fortune—until now., Michelle Dockery plays Kate Woodcroft, QC, is a steely criminal barrister specializing in prosecuting sexual crimes who’s risen quickly in her field, and just got handed the case of a lifetime. and Naomi Scott who plays Olivia has everything to strive for – young, ambitious and with a good job in the House of Commons – but working with James Whitehouse puts life as she knows it in turmoil.

We spoke to the four leading stars about the social relevance of the story, the pressure to give victims a voice and more.