The Netflix resident Evil series reveals the first images

Before its launch at 2022, Netflix has now given us our first look at the next RESIDENT EVIL TV series. This initial disclosure is not long in any way, since the images that were launched only lasted about 10 seconds. Even so, what Netflix has chosen to show should give the fans a better idea of ​​how close to the original material this new material. Resident Evil show is going to look for clinging.

In a new clip that was briefly shared in social networks today, Netflix showed a clip of RESIDENT EVIL that had one of the iconic jammed dogs of the franchise. In the images, the dog simply walks towards the camera before grunting something that is on one side. Next, the logo of the RESIDENT EVIL The series then makes an appearance. Initially, this clip was one that Netflix showed in its own social networking accounts, but ended up eliminating it shortly afterwards. Fortunately, fanatics were able to quickly download the clip and save it before it was deleted.

The fact that Netflix is ​​beginning to publish images like this for Resident Evil in any capacity, it could mean that soon there will be more news about the project. In general, this series is one that Netflix has kept secret. To date, everything we really know about the series is that it will focus on the character of the video game franchise Albert Weaker and his family. In addition, Netflix also announced earlier this year who will star in the program. However, out of these few bits of information, we still have a lot to learn.

FIRST LOOK at Live-Action Resident Evil Series for Netflix

As mentioned before, RESIDENT EVIL is currently expected to launch at some point in 2022, and a more defined window has not yet been revealed. If you want to keep up with the progress of the program, you can follow it in our dedicated coverage center right here.

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