Netflix’s “Resident Evil” tv sequence is sort of right here. The new present serves as a sequel to the unique online game sequence, following the household of the sport’s most important antagonist, Albert Wesker (Lance Reddick). The present makes use of a cut up timeline, following Jade (Tamara Smart) and Billie Wesker (Siena Agudong) as youngsters in New Raccoon City 2022, and one the place Jade (Ella Balinska) is in her 30s in 2036 in London. In the trailers, Jade is struggling to determine what occurred to hers sister and to make sense of her father’s legacy — all whereas zombies are nonetheless on the free. In 2036, solely fifteen million individuals are left alive, whereas six billion individuals and monsters have been contaminated with T-Virus. The sequence is helmed by former “Supernatural” showrunner Andrew Dabb. Netflix launched a brand new trailer for the sequence on June 6 throughout Geeked Week.

Game followers will keep in mind that Wesker really died within the video video games, however Dabb informed Entertainment Weekly

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that they’re going to justify his resurrection. He defined, “I do not wish to give an excessive amount of away, however I’ll say the reason for why Wesker is the best way that he’s and how he’s nonetheless alive go hand in hand.” He additionally stayed mum on simply the place Billie and Jade got here from, however hinted, “Clearly, they is probably not love kids, let’s simply put it that method.”

The new sequence will premiere with eight hour-long episodes this July. Read on for every little thing we learn about Netflix’s “Resident Evil” sequence, together with the trailers, solid, and launch date.

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