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“Resident Evil” is released on Netflix in the trailer for the first series


This summer, Netflix represents a whole new vision Resident Evilit’s a TV show with continuity and a storyline quite different from video games and previous movie series, but with lots of necessary zombies and monsters.

The first trailer of the series shows that the action takes place in two periods of time: the present, when scientists are conducting experiments that inevitably lead to a zombie apocalypse, and 2036, when the said zombie apocalypse is in full swing. See below:

If you look closely at the trailer, you will see the URL of the website: UmbrellaIsJoy.com. Go there and you will find a viral marketing site dedicated to the series Resident Evil’s the evil corporation Umbrella along with its new product called “Joy”.

Click on and you’ll see that Joy is their “newest product” and was created in downtown New Raccoon City, South Africa. Recognized as the best place to live in 2021! In the world! Once an old factory town, Umbrella Corporation has turned this town into a place where the air is a little cleaner and the sun a little brighter where people can be the happiest and healthiest. And we will do the same for you, with Joy ™! Soon! ”

Well, that doesn’t sound sinister at all! Stay on site long enough and you’ll see the series ’second trailer, which has a lot more action as well as glimpses of some very Resident Evil– Monsters look like:

Here it is Resident Evil Official synopsis of the series:

2036 – 14 years after Joy caused so much pain, Jade Wesker is fighting for survival in a world filled with bloodthirsty infected and destructive creatures. In this absolute carnage, Jade pursues her past in New Raccoon City, her father’s outrageous ties to the sinister Umbrella Corporation, but mostly what happened to her sister Billy.

Resident Evil Premieres on Netflix on July 14th. The first season consists of eight series.

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