“Them”: Emory Family has fun in the behind-the-scenes footage of the anthology; Check!

“Them” is Amazon Studios’ latest horror anthology and has already made a big impact with audiences.

Now, the streaming platform has posted four behind-the-scenes footage via Twitter bringing together performers from the Emory family.


On Twitter, netizens spoke with countless praise for the production, applauding the script and the various social criticisms brought to the episodes.

See some of the reactions below:

Amazon has learned to create a quality series
For God’s sake, what a good series # Them pic.twitter.com/CkNE5KgCTa

– Marcos (@VBitchbr) April 10, 2021

Enjoy watching:

Amazon Prime needs to raise awareness of its good products. THEM is a hit, mixing psychological terror and social problems. Too worth watching. https://t.co/USPToSUgVf

– Rafael Braz (@rafabraz) April 11, 2021

“Them” is an extraordinary series. I’m saying don’t watch it all, but from what I’ve seen, it’s a very important story and a production that borders on impeccable. See! There are some on Amazon. pic.twitter.com/0PUwyTBaJh

– Lucas Maia (@lucasdorefugio) April 12, 2021

I started to see them, from Amazon Prime and for those who love horror, it’s really cool. the vibe of the series is very reminiscent of the United States (by Jordan Peele).
in the story, we follow this family in the photo, who settles in a suburb inhabited by BRANCOS, in Los Angeles. and to make matters worse their house is HAUNTED pic.twitter.com/cXT5tyhYOv

– aukigel (@ sp00ky_tina) April 10, 2021


– fuck story
– fantastic editing
– I have already taken 771938 bagasse

– mother of Narutinha (@rowanmayfairr) April 11, 2021

for those who like the vibe and theme of We, Get Out and Lovecraft County, check them out on Amazon Prime. I haven’t finished yet, but I appreciate what I see, it is very promising

– ryano (@ryantvieiraa) April 11, 2021

I just watched the first episode of #THEM and I am impacted! Really good guys, I already want to watch the following ones, Amazon got this right pic.twitter.com/CB3kfbRmu6

– Sailor V (@gotugh_) April 10, 2021

It is simply AWESOME, thank you Amazon

– Professor Santana (@whoiswillian) April 10, 2021

This new series from Amazon: “Them”, makes me uncomfortable on a level that I don’t even know if I will be able to finish.

– muliro do force (@mgmelont) April 11, 2021

About Amazon’s new series, Lovecraft Country recalled. It looks like it will be good too. In the first episode of #THEM, I felt angry, scared, I was in agony. It has a very elaborate atmosphere of terror, mystery, and suspense.

– Human nature (@XWallderi) April 10, 2021

The cast includes Ashley Thomas, Melody Hurd, Shahadi Wright Josephy, Deborah Ayorinde, Alison Pill and Ryan Kwanten.

“Them” is a series that mixes terror and social commentary, bringing a new story to each season. The first accompanies Henry (Ashley Thomas) and Lucky Emory (Deborah Ayorinde), an African-American couple who, in the 1950s, decided to move their little family from North Carolina to a completely white neighborhood in Los Angeles. They are trying to escape the racial segregation and discrimination that prevails in the southern United States, where Jim Crow’s laws were still in effect. The Emorys’ new home is located on a seemingly quiet, tree-lined street, but soon becomes the scene of supernatural phenomena. Henry and Lucky suspect that the disturbing events may be related to their daughter, who has special abilities and is unaware of it. Determined to keep her like a normal high school student, the two must face the forces of evil that threaten to expose her, as well as destroy their loved ones.

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