Brenda Song has a new movie coming to Netflix this summer called “Secret Obsession.” The film is scheduled to hit Netflix on July 18th and features Song, Mike Vogel and Dennis Haysbert. Brian Nolan and Jeffrey Schenck produced “Secret Obsession,” which was directed by Peter Sullivan. Kraig Wenmen wrote the screenplay for the movie.

Netflix’s logline for the movie reads, “Recuperating from trauma, Jennifer (Brenda Song) remains in danger as she returns to a life she doesn’t remember.”

In the story, newlywed Jennifer (Brenda Song) is brutally attacked at a dark rest stop. While healing from her injuries, she can’t recall anything from her past, including the ordeal. Her husband, Russell (Mike Vogel), is just thankful she’s alive and eager to get her home. As he reintroduces her to their secluded mountain estate, Detective Page (Dennis Haysbert) pursues Jennifer’s assailant — his own daughter went missing and was never found. The same fate now awaits Jennifer, unless someone realizes that her loving caretaker is actually her captor.

Fans of the genre can watch the trailer below and should set a reminder to watch the movie when it hits Netflix later this month. Song fans can see her in the upcoming HULU series “Dollface” with Kat Dennings, Shay Mitchell, and Esther Povitsky, and Song also voices Anne Boonchuy in the new Disney animated series “Amphibia.”

Earlier this month, Netflix announced a new hidden-camera prank show called “Prank Encounters” with Gaten Matarazzo from “Stranger Things.” According to Netflix, each episode takes two strangers who each think they’re starting their first day at a new job. Netflix teased the new series adding, “It’s business as usual until their paths collide and these part-time jobs turn into full-time nightmares.” Netflix ordered eight episodes of the prank show for the first season, with director Anthony Gonzalez from “Dance Moms,” and “Undercover Boss.”

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