Netflix’s Resident Evil Series Releases First Two Trailers That Change The Origin Of The T-Virus And More

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Netflix’s Resident Evil Series Releases First Two Trailers That Change The Origin Of The T-Virus And More

Since 2002, the powers that be behind the demonic resident franchise have been trying to keep the franchise flame burning, one way or another. Last Fall’s Film Attempt Welcome to Raccoon City didn’t work exactly as planned, which was especially disappointing for me as I was a fanatic advocating the concept of quick reboot for demonic resident. Netflix certainly has a lot of work to do thanks to a streaming series adaptation that’s in the works. TV schedule 2022. Now we finally get our first look at not one, but two trailers that change things, like the origin of the T-Virus, from what we’ve seen before.

So far, I like what’s been shown, and it’s because of these changes in how demonic resident is coming to life this time. Before we start diving into the deeper details, you should check out the first trailer embedded here:

If you like what you’ve seen there and want to dig a little deeper, the official website of ParasolThe latest consumer product from has another quick look at what’s coming. However, now is the time to delve into the new angles that make this new demonic resident very intriguing project.

Lance Reddick intensely studies a laboratory animal in Resident Evil.

(Image credit: Netflix)

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