Netflix’s ‘First Kill’ Combines ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, ‘Twilight’, and ‘Killing Eve’ Into a Queer Vampire Romance Drama – Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Netflix’s ‘First Kill’ Combines ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, ‘Twilight’, and ‘Killing Eve’ Into a Queer Vampire Romance Drama – Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Meddling parents complicate teen love like nothing else. Also, hidden identities, and High school, too. As well as a desire for blood. All of this and more will be explored in a new Netflix series, demonstrating that vampires are always in trend. First Kill by Netflix has been compared to a mix of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Killing Eve, according to critics.

So here is everything you need to prepare yourself for the new full of blood and love series by Netflix.

What is the First Kill by Netflix about?

The series stars Imani Lewis and Sarah Catherine Hook as Calliope and Juliette, two teenage girls who have a meet-cute at their high school and fall head over heels in love. It is based on a short story by horror writer V. E. Schwab that was originally published in the 2020 anthology “Vampires Never Get Old: Tales With Fresh Bite.” 

But their connection rapidly becomes complex when they learn their true identities: Calliope is the daughter of a long line of vampire hunters, and Juliette is a “legacy,” a kid born into a vampire family. To make matters worse. Both of their families are preparing them for their “first kills,” a rite of passage for vampires and hunters alike.

What are the cast of the show and the release date?

Elizabeth Mitchell, Will Swenson, Aubion Wise, Jason Robert Moore, Gracie Dzienny, Dylan McNamara, Dominic Goodman, Phillip Mullings Jr., MK xyz, Jonas Dylan Allen, and Roberto Mendez feature alongside Lewis and Hook in First Kill.

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First Kill is a part of Netflix’s list of June releases. Audiences will be able to stream all one-hour long eight episodes from June 10th.

Fan reaction to the trailer

The trailer for the new show looks really exciting and is a new take on the vampire genre. And has received very well by people on Twitter. Some of the fan reactions on Twitter are:

Are you interested in seeing this Romeo-Juliet meets Twilight love story on Netflix? Share your excitement with us in the comments below.

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