Taylor Swift Drops a New Version of “Look What You Made Me Do” in “Wilderness” Trailer

Taylor Swift at the American Music Awards in November 2022
Taylor Swift at the American Music Awards in 2022. Photo by AFF-USA/Shutterstock (13624648ba)

Taylor Swift recently announced the re-recording of her album 1989, but it seems another one is already on the way. The Grammy-winning hitmaker previewed a new version of her Reputation smash hit “Look What You Made Me Do” in a trailer for Amazon’s series Wilderness.

Wilderness stars Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen as a young British couple, whose dream road trip across America turns into a nightmare after a heartbreaking revelation about their past. “Look What You Made Me Do” plays in the background, and each scene in the trailer perfectly matches the song’s iconic lyrics.

Taylor’s version of “Look What You Made Me Do” was a long time coming, but the singer’s fans didn’t expect they’ll get it so soon. She’s yet to announce the re-recording of her 2017 album Reputation, which featured Swift’s comeback single. She also previously shared a snippet of “Delicate (Taylor’s Version)” in another Amazon show – The Summer I Turned Pretty.

Despite dropping new versions of several Reputation tracks, Swift is currently promoting a completely different re-recording. 1989 (Taylor’s Version) will hit the shelves on October 27, exactly nine years after the original album, and she teased it with new versions of “Wildest Dreams” and “This Love”.