After reboot in theaters, Netflix CONFIRMS ‘Resident Evil’ live-action series for 2022, releases synopsis

Netflix today confirmed that the live-action series “Resident Evil” will be streaming in 2022 and will have no connection to the film currently in US theaters.

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And this one is going to hurt too much. After 3 decades since the discovery of the T virus, there are still Umbrella Corporation secrets to reveal.

My new live-action series, Resident Evil, is also coming in 2022.

– netflixbrasil (@NetflixBrasil) November 30, 2021

Actor Lance Reddick (“John Wick”) will play villainous Albert Wesker. It will be the first time that a black actor has played the character.

The cast will also include Ella Balinska, Tamara Smart, Siena Agudong, Adeline Rudolph and Paola Nunez.

I was dying to announce it. Prepare to step into New Raccoon City with the cast of RESIDENT EVIL: LANCE REDDICK / ELLA BALINSKA / TAMARA SMART / SIENA AGUDONG / ADELINE RUDOLPH / PAOLA NUNEZ. #GeekedWeek pic.twitter.com/ULKEFuYdAr

– Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 11, 2021

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Almost three decades after the discovery of the T virus, a new epidemic reveals the darkest secrets of the Umbrella Corporation.

In the first timeline, teenage sisters Jade and Billie Wesker move to Raccoon City. A manufactured and corporate city, but the more time they spend there, the more they realize that the city is more than it looks and that their father may be hiding dark secrets. Secrets that can destroy the world.

The second timeline will be set for a decade in the future: there are less than 15 million people on the planet. And more than six billion monsters – people and animals infected with the T. Jade virus, now in their thirties, struggle to survive in this new world, while her past – about her sister, her father and her ‘herself – continues to haunt her.

Bronwen Hughes (“The Walking Dead”) will direct the first two episodes.

“For all fans of ‘Resident Evil’, including those joining us for the first time, this series will be full of old acquaintances and some things (crazy and bloodthirsty) that you have never seen before,” said showrunner Andrew Dabb (‘Supernatural’), who will also be executive producer and writer for the series.

Eight episodes have been ordered for the first season.

Remember, the reboot “Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City” opens in national theaters on December 2nd.

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