Octavia E. Butler's Terrifying Time-Travel Novel Comes to Life within the "Kindred" Trailer

Mallori Johnson in Kindred

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The trailer for the terrifying new restricted collection “Kindred” is right here. Based on the bestselling novel by Octavia E. Butler, the present is a couple of lady named Dana (Mallori Johnson) who’s prepared to start out life on her personal phrases in Los Angeles. However, issues take a horrifying flip when she finds herself pulled again in time to a Nineteenth-century plantation, the place she meets a few of her ancestors. She cannot management her actions by way of time, and he or she retains getting caught previously for longer and longer stretches.

The teaser for the collection, a part of the FX on Hulu partnership, reveals a scared Dana as she ping-pongs by way of her life previously and her life within the current along with her associate, Kevin (Micah Stock). FX provides, “An interracial romance threads by way of Dana’s previous and current, and the clock is ticking as she struggles to confront secrets and techniques she by no means knew ran by way of her blood, on this genre-breaking exploration of the ties that bind.”

Butler’s novel was launched in 1979 and is without doubt one of the legendary science-fiction novelist’s best-known works. It additionally takes place through the Seventies, although it appears from the trailer that the TV adaptation will embrace a extra trendy setting. Butler died in 2006, and through her lifetime, she printed 15 novels and short-story collections, together with the Earthseed and Xenogenesis collection. Adaptations of lots of her novels are at present in improvement, however “Kindred” is the primary one to be launched.

Watch the brand new trailer and skim all the things else we find out about “Kindred” forward.

“Kindred” Trailer

“Kindred” Release Date

All episodes of “Kindred” will stream on Hulu on Dec. 13.

“Kindred” Cast

In addition to Johnson and Stock, the forged additionally consists of “True Blood”‘s Ryan Kwanten, Gayle Rankin, Austin Smith, David Alexander Kaplan, Sophina Brown, and Sheria Irving.

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