Teasers on Resident Evil are dropping this Thursday after a Netflix teaser teaser

Teasers on Resident Evil are dropping this Thursday after a Netflix teaser teaser

With a Netflix network, Constantin Film, and its co-writer, Andrew Dabb''s (Supernatural) live-action series take on the "Resident Evil" video game franchise, which will be released on July 14, it will have their first extended look. Both sides will be drawn to the discovery of the T-virus, and the streaming service will pick up a teaser for the teasers to get fans ready. This is because it is impressive that it was plural and that teasers for teasers is just

Here''s a look at the introduction that the streaming service sunk earlier today, with a official teaser drop hitting Thursday.

Tomorrow pic.twitter.com/H2xQmEmmXz is released. The RESIDENT EVIL teaser will be released.

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The series will debut with a series overview that gives us a little of a Locke & Key/Stranger Things twist: "When the Wesker kids move to New Raccoon City, the secrets they discover might just be the end of everything." Resident Evil, a new live-action series based on Capcom''s legendary survival horror franchise, will be coming to Netflix, with two timelines, which provide some interesting casting opportunities. From the streaming service, the following description

Jade and Billie Wesker, who live in New Raccoon City, are relegated to the town for a fourteen-year-old. The company''s transition is now in full swing. However, the younger they realize that the town is more than it appears, and their father may be concealing dark secrets in the future. Secrets that might dissipate the world.

The second timeline, which has last ten years to come, is cut to the second: less than fifteen million people have died on Earth, with more than six billion monsters, including people and animals infected with the T-virus. Jade, now thirty, struggles to survive in this New World, while her past secrets about her sister, her father, and herself continue to enliven her.

Mary Leah Sutton (The Following, Tell Me A Story) co-writes and serves as an executive producer, as well as Robert Kulzer and Oliver Berben of Constantin Film, with Constantin Film CEO Martin Moszkowicz producing.

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