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Norwegian Vampire Series ‘Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes’ Gets First Trailer at Netflix

Live Hallangen is discovered dead in Skarnes, but she suddenly awakens on the autopsy table, and the questions begin: No one (actually) dies in Skarnes, do they? Coming August 25

Bradley - Mon, 26 Jul 2021 10:55:53 +0100 1414 Views
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Netflix has released the first trailer for the new Norwegian vampire series “Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes.” The vampire comedy series will premiere globally on Netflix on August 25.


The six-episode thriller drama with a little touch of comedy is Motion Blur's third Netflix title. Harald Zwart (The Karate Kid, The Pink Panther 2) has directed the original series, from a script penned by up-and-coming writer Petter Holmsen.


The series begins when Live Hallangen is declared dead. Hours later, on the forensic table, she awakens with a strong desire for blood. Meanwhile, her brother Odd struggles to keep the family-run funeral house afloat, but there simply aren't enough people dying in Skarnes, Norway. When Live's bloodthirst grows stronger, she learns that her newfound need may be able to cure her brother's problem. Live must now learn to manage her new dark nature and determine whether she is prepared to sacrifice other people's lives for her own and the family business's survival.


The cast of the series includes Kathrine Thorborg Johansen as Live, Elias Holmsen Sørensen as Odd, Andrée Sørum as Reinert, Kim Fairchild as Judith, Sarah Khorami as Rose, and Terje Strømdahl as Arvid. 


Espen Horn, Hege Skjerven Clausen, and Kristian Strand Sinkerud are the producers behind the series with Motion Blur as the production company.

 

 

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