Shade Us Intrigued by Netflix's First Kill, a Love Story Between a Vampire and a Slayer

Emma Roberts and Netflix are coming collectively to carry us extra magic, and no, we’re not speaking a couple of sequel to Holidate. The actress is serving as government producer for Netflix’s upcoming sequence First Kill, an adaptation based mostly on the brief story by bestselling creator Victoria “V. E.” Schwab, who can also be becoming a member of the venture as a producer. The story was revealed within the Imprint story assortment Vampires By no means Get Previous: Tales With Recent Chew in September 2020. The TV sequence will likely be written by Felicia D. Henderson, and in response to Deadline, it is set to start manufacturing later this yr in Savannah, GA.
First Kill follows Juliette Fairmont, performed by Sarah Catherine Hook, a born vampire who is set to not be a monster. When it is time for her to make her first kill so she will be able to take her place amongst her highly effective vampire household, the shy teenager units her sights on Calliope “Cal” Burns, the city’s new lady, performed by The Get Down and Vampires vs. the Bronx’s Imani Lewis. However Juliette is in for a shock when she learns that fearless Calliope comes from a protracted line of celebrated monster slayers, and her household’s legacy is not really easy to disregard. Each younger girls notice that not solely is the opposite not straightforward to kill, however sadly for them, they’re additionally each too straightforward to fall for. Torn between their duties and their secret love, Calliope and Juliette should determine what’s extra necessary to them earlier than others resolve for them.
If there’s something we love, it is a forbidden love story! Netflix ordered eight episodes again in October 2020, with the information of the leads dropping on March 10. We’ll hold a watch out for extra forged information as manufacturing begins, however that is already a sequence we won’t wait to take a chunk out of! (We’re sorry, we needed to.)

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