Drama, the latest TV phenomenon from HBO, is now available on Netflix in more than 200 countries.

The drama stars Emily Blunt, Emma Roberts, and Julianne Moore as a group of women who have been locked away in a penthouse apartment for more than two years.

The three-part series is a collaboration between the network and FX, which acquired the rights to the project in 2018.

Blunt’s character, Rachel, and Roberts’ character, Darryl, are the most prominent members of the trio.

They are locked in a cell together for more then two years, with Moore playing a prisoner who is trying to break free.

The series is about the trials and tribulations of living with multiple personality disorder, including their attempts to maintain an “independent life” and deal with the consequences of having multiple personalities.

The cast includes Emily Blum, Julianne Simpson, Lily Collins, and Olivia Munn.

The first episode of “Drama” is available on streaming platforms worldwide on October 19.

It has garnered a total of 1.2 million viewers across all platforms.

The second episode of the series is available October 27.

Netflix will air the entire first season of “Heroes” in October.

The new series also includes “Sons of Anarchy” star Aaron Paul as a former Navy SEAL who is a father to a young boy, Sam, who suffers from a “mental disorder.”

Paul has said he wants to play a military father who is not burdened by a “crazy” child.

In 2018, Netflix also acquired the series for the first time, which has been described as “a story about what it means to be a father and a man who’s lost his child.”

The series stars Jesse Williams, John DiMaggio, and Gina Torres.

“Heros” will air in October on Netflix.

“Pornstar” stars Jada Pinkett Smith will star in the first of four Netflix originals in 2018, with the remainder of the roster to be announced.

The film, which will star John Travolta and Sofia Boutella, is set in the 1980s and stars the voice of the titular “porn star” Jada.

The project was originally slated to be released in 2016.

“We are thrilled to partner with Netflix on this unique collaboration, and look forward to the new seasons of ‘Heroes’ and ‘Porn Star’,” said Jessica Alba in a statement.

“Our films are part of our long-standing tradition of bringing a new level of creativity and entertainment to Netflix members, and we are delighted to work with Netflix to bring this incredible new feature to our members worldwide.”

Netflix’s “Heroms” is set to premiere on October 26.