Netflix Give First Look At The Society, A Modern ‘Lord Of The Flies’

Let’s picture yourself a teenager, you just realised your parents have disappeared, you’ll be in heaven. This May that idea comes true when Netflix release The Society.

Today the streaming giants give us a first look at their new upcoming Young Adult mystery drama. When a group of teenagers find themselves in a recreation of their wealthy small town. The only difference is, there’s no parents in sight.

the 10 part Netflix Original series feels like a modern take on Lord Of The Flies, even with a slice of Twilight Zone and Gossip Girl too. You can picture allegiances been made, battles unravelling as they try to figure out whats going on.

There’s no trailer just yet, but for now we have a number of new images showing off the cast…

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The Society follows a group of teenagers who are mysteriously transported to a facsimile of their wealthy New England town without any trace of their parents. Their newfound freedom will be fun… but it will also be very dangerous. As they struggle to figure out what has happened to them and how to get home, they must establish order and form alliances if they want to survive.

The show includes the cast of many: Rachel Keller (Cassandra), Kathryn Newton (Allie), Alex Fitzalan (Harry), Kristine Froseth (Kelly), Jacques Colimon (Will), Sean Berdy (Sam), Toby Wallace (Campbell), Gideon Adlon (Becca), Olivia DeJonge (Elle), Alex MacNicoll (Luke), Natasha Liu Bordizzo (Helena), Jose Julian (Gordie), Salena Qureshi (Bean), Jack Mulhern (Grizz), Grace Victoria Cox (Lexie).

The Society  will launch globally on Netflix in May 2019.

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