Courteney Cox is seeing dead people again in the trailer for Season 2 of Shining Vale, premiering Friday, Oct. 13 (9/8c) on Starz.
Following her release from a psychiatric hospital, Cox’s character Pat returns home in Season 2 to discover a “mysterious woman who introduces her to a host of ancient remedies used to ‘cure’ women of depression, including the apocryphal Smile Masks,” per the official logline. The new season also “explores what’s in store for the Phelps family as they continue to be haunted by ghosts while Pat struggles to live with mental illness among a broken family, battling demons both internally…and externally.”
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Along with Cox, Shining Vale also stars Greg Kinnear, Mira Sorvino (who just joined Dancing With the Stars!), Gus Birney, Merrin Dungey and Dylan Gage. Other big names to look out for include Judith Light, Allison Tolman and Twin Peaks‘ Sherilyn Fenn.
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