Fans can get a first-look at former Coronation Street actress Michelle Keegan playing party-loving receptionist Tracy Shawcross.
The series is set in a car showroom, and each episode focuses on one of the colleagues and friends at JS Motors as their lies begin to unravel.
Michelle stars alongside Jo Joyner, Jason Manford and Sally Lindsay in the new drama series, which examines how everyday little white lies can soon spin out of control and have serious consequences.
If the trailer has left you eager to watch the new show, then you're in luck, as it won't be long until it hits our screens!
Writer and creator Danny Brocklehurst confirmed last night that Ordinary Lies will start on 17 March.
Danny recently said of the new series: "Every single episode, without being preachy, is a story about an aspect of modern life – whether it be debt, grief, internet sex or young girls wanting a quick route to cash and designer clothes. I wanted to write a series that was really contemporary."
Ordinary Lies starts 17th March. BBC trails started tonight. Exciting.— danny brocklehurst (@dannybrocklehur) March 3, 2015
Elsewhere, EastEnders star Jo recently admitted that she's not good at lying in real life.
"I'm not very good at lying," she confessed. "It makes me feel very panicky and it's the only big rule we ever had growing up, you would always be in worse trouble for lying than if you'd 'fessed up!"
To find out more about the characters in Ordinary Lies, click here!
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