Resident Evil: New Live Action Series for Netflix has Release

Only last year was Netflix the Animation Series Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Live, which landed with its four episodes somewhere between Coolness and Cringe . Then there was 2021 even this new movie entitled Welcome to Raccoon City, the moderate reviews and is currently streamed at Prime Video for expensive 16.99 euros. And if you did not feel the desire for movies and series in the re-universe, you can soon admire the next attempt on your screen or TV.

Live Action Series for Netflix

In fact, since August 2020, we have already known that Netflix has commissioned a live action series for the Resident Evil franchise. In the new series, it's about the children of Albert Wesker (the re-fans among others from the original Resident Evil, Resident Evil - Code: Veronika or Resident Evil Zero).

These trips to New Raccoon City to discover "secrets that could mean the end of everything." It is also clear that the first season will consist of eight consequences. The director of the two start episodes should take over Andrew Dabb (Supernatural) and Bronwen Hughes (The Walking Dead, The Journey is the Destination). Oh, and Lance Reddick (Sys in Horizon) should embody Albert Wesker.

Netflix Resident Evil Live-Action REBOOT Series Release Date Revealed & They Must Be Confident

And when is the fun? Well, that's exactly what Netflix recently revealed: on July 14!

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As soon as the Netflix managers publish a first trailer, we will inform you on Evil. Until then, we want to know about you: Are you looking forward to the next series in the Resident Evil Universe? Or did you slowly slaughter the franchise, but sure enough? Track us in the comments!

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