FX has finally released a teaser with a release date for their new series, What We Do in the Shadows.
Many of us love the Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement-starring film, What We Do in the Shadows. It’s a hilarious “documentary” about the everyday lives of vampires living in New Zealand. So when it was announced that FX would be working with Waititi and Clement to bring us a series based on the movie, we got pretty excited.
However, for the longest time, information surrounding the show was pretty scarce. Thankfully, FX has blessed us all with a brand new teaser for the show, and they’ve finally given us a release date!
The trailer starts out pretty menacingly but quickly takes a turn for the silly. It’s the perfect way to describe What We Do in the Shadows–sure, it’s a show about vampires, which seem menacing, but everything quickly takes a turn for the silly in the movie. We’re glad that the series seems to be keeping that same spirit alive.
Of course, this isn’t the first teaser we’ve seen for the show. FX released a few teasers around Halloween that played up the ridiculous nature of a show following the lives of vampires living in modern-day America. From going grocery shopping to the delicate nature of using common colloquialisms like “fingers crossed” around vampires, the life of a modern vampire is a complex one.
While the idea of adapting such a well-loved, cult classic film like What We Do in the Shadows into an American television series made a lot of fans nervous, these teasers make it seem like this show is going to be great. Even though Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement aren’t starring in the series, it looks like their influence is all over this show, and will prove to be a hilarious addition to the What We Do in the Shadows universe.
Even better, you won’t have to wait much longer to check out the show for yourself. The series premieres on FX this March.
You can only hope your last words are as iconic as the Hound's.
Unlike Pretty Little Liars, the not-so-dead girl came back to the world of the living within a few episodes on Freeform’s The Perfectionists.
After you fall in love with Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, check out these five movies like Booksmart.
Aladdin also delivers nostalgia for the original animated classic.
Forget all the other mess that happened in the Game of Thrones series finale, let’s talk about Queen Sansa Stark.
So, it’s been a week (and another major, more dragony series finale) since Survivor ended it’s 38th season, but I can’t get over how unsettled it left me feeling.
I’ll take any reason to bring back Agent Carter, but Avengers: Endgame makes the idea of a return even more tantalizing.
I may be a writer, but I have to admit that I’m sitting here at a loss as to how to start writing about Booksmart.
What if you were a robot princess, designed for the consumption of the masses? The Kingdom is a Westworld that hits a little closer to home.
The Favorite Daughter author Kaira Rouda loves Big Little Lies as much as we do, so she gave us five books to hold us over until the series returns.