Resident Evil’s Live-Action Series Coming to Netflix on July 14
After a long period of rumors, the live-action series of Resident Evil was finally announced by chance and will be released later this year.
It’s not yet known when the series will appear on Netflix and we haven’t seen a lot of visuals yet. Unfortunately we don’t have a trailer for the series, but the release date has now been announced.
It was shared via the tweet below that the live-action series will premiere on Netflix on July 14. Visually, we have to be content with a light bulb containing the well-known T-virus on a yellow background. Now that the release date has been announced, a full trailer will undoubtedly come in the short term.
Evil has Evolved.
The new live action Resident Evil series premieres July 14. pic.twitter.com/f7mEH2LsjN
— Netflix (@netflix) March 17, 2022
What is the theme of the series?
Netflix is adapting the horror game series Resident Evil into a TV series. It was stated that the series, which will meet with the audience on July 14, 2022, will take place in two different times.
The series will tell about the experiences of brothers Jade and Bille Wesker. In the first, the 14-year-old duo moves to New Racoon City, and in the second, the struggle for survival of Jade and others in the world fighting the zombie invasion caused by the ‘T’ virus years later.
Lance Reddick, known for productions such as “The Wire”, “Fringe”, “John Wick”, will play the character of Albert Wesker in the series, which will be produced by the Constantin Film production company, which is also behind the films in which Milla Jovovich plays. In addition to Reddick, the production will feature names such as Ella Balinska, Tamara Smart, Siena Agudong, Adeline Rudolph.