Recent shows such as Twin Peaks, Orphan Black, and Netflix's upcoming Gypsy have helped television viewers embrace their surreal side.
And now, it appears that HBO promises to take that a step further with their upcoming anthology series Room 104.
A trailer was recently revealed for the upcoming twelve-episode HBO series, which is created by the indie fan-favorite duo of Mark Duplass (The League) and Jay Duplass (Transparent).
The series tells the different stories of assorted guests that pass through one particular hotel room, Room 104. Entertainment Weekly reports that episode plots will include a babysitter looking after a creepy kid, a housekeeper reconnecting with her younger self, and a sole survivor of a plane crash questioning the direction of her life.
The trailer, which you can watch above, teases snippets of the show's unique premise, as well as the anthology's star studded cast. James Van Der Beek (Dawson's Creek), Mae Whitman (Parenthood), Karan Soni (Deadpool), Orlando Jones (American Gods), and many more are set to appear.
Room 104 will premiere on HBO on July 28th.