The first glance at Netflix’s surprisingly realistic Resident Evil series reveals a grotesque gander at the series’ famous zombie dogs. Based on the computer game series of the same name, Netflix’s series will be the latest in a long queue of TV and film adaptions following the as of late released Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. Carrying numerous Resident Evil characters to the big screen, Welcome to Raccoon City stars Kaya Scodelario and Robbie Amell as series protagonists Claire and Chris Redfield, Hannah John-Kamen as Jill Valentine and Avan Jogia as Leon S. Kennedy, while balancing the cast is Tom Hopper as antagonist Albert Wesker.
In Netflix’s first tease for the series, the first glimpse of a famous Resident Evil monster gives fans a taste of what’s to come. Shared by series star Ella Balinska on Twitter, the zombie Doberman, referred to franchise aficionados as the Cerberus, shows the animal in its full brilliance, complete with a signature snarl and half-bloodied face. The short clip ends with a gander at the show’s new logo, with Balinska adding 2022 to her post, implying that the show will show up at some point one year from now. Look at the post underneath:
Zombie dogs are no stranger to Resident Evil true to life adaptions, yet the latest manifestation of the classic Cerberus is no question the best cycle of the monster yet. The ominous music and flashing red lights as the animal approaches the screen, joined with the throaty snarl, shows that Netflix has nailed how to make the Cerberus frightening as well as authentic. It’s one of numerous problems other Resident Evil adaptions have neglected to get right. Despite the success of the Milla Jovovich-drove movies, they’ve disregarded the essence of the series, and, while pressed loaded with activity and extravagance silliness, they’ve never felt consistent with the source material.
Whether Netflix’s series will be a case of style of substance remains to be seen, as all there’s chances the show will suffer the same destiny as the franchise’s other film attempts. Welcome to Raccoon city fully planned to reboot the series and saying farewell to the issues that tormented its predecessors, however generally, fell into the same pitfalls as the Jovovich movies. While the Resident Evil series could go either way, it isn’t the main computer game series seeking the Netflix adaption treatment. With season 2 of staggeringly well known The Witcher just around the bend and the streaming goliath’s new League of Legends adaption, Arcane, becoming one of the streamer’s highest-appraised shows, the forthcoming Resident Evil series is, at any rate, following after some admirable people.