The Stan Original Series The Tourist drops the audience directly into the action, kick-starting a story packed with unsolved mysteries and more than a few plot twists.
The series kicks off right in the middle of the Australian outback, outside a nearly deserted petrol station, where it feels like danger could be lurking just around the corner.
This is the first moment where we lay eyes upon the show's lead character, known for the majority of the series simply as 'The Man''.
The Man is played by Jamie Dornan, known for his roles in the BBC crime drama The Fall, Kenneth Branagh’s drama Belfast, and movies such as Robin Hood.
And yes, of course, as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades film trilogy.
The Man fuels up his car and then pulls away from the station, only to realise he is not alone and a large tank truck quickly bears down upon him. He cannot see who is driving it but it quickly becomes clear that the truck has no intention of letting him go.
What follows is a high-speed cat-and-mouse chase, and The Man is left to dodge the truck that is aggressively trying to drive him off the road before he ends up tumbling down a ridge.
Later, The Man wakes up in a local hospital, hurt but surprisingly still mobile and alive. The only issue is that he has no idea who he is and what he's doing here, but it rapidly becomes clear that an unknown group of dangerous people are keen to hunt him down.
Leaving The Man both on the run for his life and in search of answers to who he really is.
Take a look at the trailer for the Stan Original Series The Tourist.
The Tourist is very much a character-driven action mystery, and it's the supporting cast that really gives this series an added layer of dramatic flair and heart.
In the last few years in particular, Danielle Macdonald has become an on-screen favourite among critics and fans alike, thanks to the memorable TV and film roles she has taken on.
Her breakout role was Patti in the critically acclaimed film Patti Cake$, followed by the film Dumplin, where she played the title role opposite Jennifer Aniston.
She then won audience hearts, and caused us to shed a few tears, as the sweet Olympia in the hit film Bird Box, while also marking her mark on the Australian film scene by playing the iconic role of Lillian Roxon in the Stan Original Film I Am Woman, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2019.
"I play a police officer called Helen Chambers and when the audience first see her it's basically her first day, she's very new to all this but eager to do the right thing," Danielle told Mamamia from the set of The Tourist while filming this year.
"I did look into police training, what they carry and what they do and things like that, as preparation for the role, but actually I think it's helpful to the character that I'm not completely across it all.
"She's meant to be learning and so am I."