“The Idol” trailer is officially here, and it’s full of tantalizing new footage that will surely make your jaw drop.

The trailer is jam-packed with music video strippers, cocaine and, of course, Abel “The Weeknd Tesfaye, who helped create the long-awaited series.

Lily-Rose Depp and The Weeknd
Lily-Rose Depp and The Weeknd — Photo: Eddy Chen/HBO

The new HBO series immerses viewers in the story of Jocelyn, played by Lily-Rose Depp, a pop sensation grappling with the aftermath of her mother’s passing, who experiences a transformative psychotic break. Determined to reignite her career, she seeks solace in a notorious Hollywood club, where fate intertwines her path with Tedros, a cult leader portrayed by The Weeknd. Tedros recognizes Jocelyn’s untapped potential and unveils audacious plans that extend far beyond her music, pushing the boundaries of her ambitions.

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Jennie Ruby Jane, Lily-Rose Depp, Troye Sivan, Rachel Sennott
Jennie Ruby Jane, Lily-Rose Depp, Troye Sivan, Rachel Sennott — Photo: Eddy Chen/HBO

The series, which is helmed by Sam Levinson of “Euphoria”, reportedly earned a sucker punch of praise at the Cannes Film Festival, receiving a 5-minute standing ovation, according to Variety. It was also the first TV show to premiere at the coveted film festival.

The series has been stirring up a storm of controversy ever since reports of behind-the-scenes fighting and workplace toxicity were revealed by Rolling Stone earlier this year.

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Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye
Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye — Photo: Eddy Chen/HBO

However, the unflattering press hasn’t dimmed the hype for the HBO series, which has had fans anticipating an official trailer for months. The controversial series also boasts a star-studded cast of Troye Sivan, Dan Levy, Rachel Sennott, Hari Nef, Da’Vine Joy Randolph and more.

Lily-Rose Depp
Lily-Rose Depp — Photo: Eddy Chen/HBO

“I wanted to make a dark, twisted fantasy about the music industry,” Tesfaye said of the series while speaking at a press conference at Cannes this month. “To take everything I know about it and heighten it.”

“The Idol” will premiere Sunday, June 4 on HBO at 9 p.m. ET.