Taylor Swift’s newly released track, “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version),” makes its debut on the Amazon series “Wilderness.” Take a listen to the song now.

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The reimagined version of Taylor Swift’s 2017 song from her album “Reputation” is featured in the preview for the upcoming Amazon Original suspense series.

The re-recorded rendition of Swift’s song “Look What You Made Me Do,” originally featured in her 2017 album “Reputation,” has made its worldwide premiere in a preview for a fresh Amazon Original series on Wednesday.

The track “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version)” has been unveiled as the chosen piece for the opening credits of the upcoming psychological thriller series titled “Wilderness.” The series follows a British couple’s journey across America after the wife, Liv (played by Jenna Coleman), uncovers her husband Will’s (played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen) act of infidelity.

The press release announcing this development explains that the defiant tone of “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version)” mirrors Liv’s transformation from a state of presumed happiness to a nightmarish reality upon discovering her husband’s affair.

This marks the initial song Swift has re-released from her album “Reputation.”

The series also features Ashley Benson from “Pretty Little Liars” and Eric Balfour from “24.”

As the series’ plot is disclosed in the announcement, it describes how Liv’s awareness of Will’s betrayal transforms her into a recurring figure in his unsettling dreams, with her initial heartbreak rapidly giving way to intense anger.

The couple embarks on a long-awaited American road trip, a dream of Liv’s since her childhood, which takes them from the Grand Canyon through Yosemite and ultimately leads to a wild weekend in Las Vegas. While for Will, this journey signifies a chance for reconciliation, for Liv, it holds an entirely different purpose—an environment where accidents are commonplace, serving as the ideal setting for seeking revenge. This twist of events reflects the consequences of his actions on her life.

This update comes on the heels of Taylor Swift’s announcement, where the 33-year-old artist revealed her plans to release “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” a re-recorded version of her 2014 album “1989.” She made this revelation during her final Los Angeles Eras Tour performance earlier this month. In a captivating moment during the concert, Swift unveiled the album’s cover art and disclosed the release date as October 27, showcased prominently on a large screen. The event was further punctuated by her live performance of “New Romantics,” a beloved track from the deluxe edition of the original record.

Swift also provided additional insights about the forthcoming release through her Instagram account, accompanied by an image of the album’s cover artwork.

“Being completely candid, this re-recording is, without a doubt, my most beloved one so far. The inclusion of the ‘5 From the Vault’ tracks is simply mind-blowing,” she expressed. “It’s hard to fathom that these tracks were once abandoned. However, that’s about to change!”

The music sensation openly shared her strategy to re-record her initial five albums in August 2019. This decision came in response to music manager Scooter Braun’s acquisition of the albums in the same year, as a result of his substantial $300 million transaction with the Big Machine Label Group.