'Mortel': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's original sci-fi show
Mark your calendars because Netflix brings to you a brand new sci-fi show, 'Mortel'. It is originally in French, but an English version of the same is going to release this month. It encompasses supernatural elements and be assured to get hooked on instantly!
Here's everything you need to know about the show ahead of its release:
The first season is going to premiere on November 21, 2019.
Three teenagers Sofiane, Victor and Luisa strike a deal with a supernatural figure. Empowered by a Voodoo spirit, it leads two of them in possession of some extraordinary powers. Soon they find themselves joining forces to flush out the person who murdered Sofiane's brother.
Corentin is an actor known for his work on films like 'Jalouse', 'Step by Step', and 'Being 17'. He will be seen playing the supernatural force Obé in Netflix's upcoming TV show.
Carl is a French actor known for his work on films like 'The Last Panthers', 'As happy as Possible', 'Interrail', and 'They had a Dream'. He will be playing Sofiane in 'Mortel'.
Némo is a French actor known for films like 'On My Way', 'Promise at Dawn', 'The Emperor of Paris', and 'Trepallium'. He will be playing Victor in this TV series.
The show explores the lives of three seemingly incompatible teenagers who find themselves bound together by a supernatural force. We see a person named Obé wearing flamed glasses. His voice is rather haunting and looks like his intentions are pure evil. We see Sofiane using dark forces to get things done, so does this mean that he is the embodiment of an evil force? Power is a toxic drug that is extremely addictive and it seems like Sofiane needs to understand that. The agenda was to find his lost brother, but since he gets killed, how will the trio avenge his death?
Frédéric Garcia is a writer and director known for films like 'Skam France', 'A wonderful Family', and 'Sam'. He is the creator of Netflix's upcoming show 'Mortel'.
Where to watch
Catch the premiere of the show only on Netflix on November 21, 2019.
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