'Trinkets': Release date, plot, cast, trailer, and everything you need to know about Netflix's dramedy on shoplifters
The Negasonic Teenage Warhead from MCU's 'Deadpool' returns to the screen as an avid shoplifter who finds solace in classmates she meets at an anonymous meeting for their kleptomaniacs.
If you found immense satisfaction via the representation of a true-blue shopaholic in the Isla Fisher starrer 'Confessions of a Shopaholic,' then the upcoming Netflix dramedy 'Trinkets' is the perfect binge watch for you. In that, while we might not find our girl with the green scarf in the series, there are other girls - three of them, in fact, who are avid shoplifters and bond through their stint at showing up for shoplifters anonymous meetings. Trust Netflix to spin its own twist on the turmoil of people obsessed with buying and owning prized possessions!
'Trinkets' is scheduled to be released on Netflix on June 14, 2019.
The official synopsis of the show reveals that the plot focuses on an unexpected friendship that forms when three teenage girls meet in Shoplifters Anonymous. The protagonist of the tale is Elodie Davis, a grieving teen who is able to relate and develop a connection with two fellow classmates at her new high school, and what kicks off the unusual bond is all three of them being placed in the same Shoplifters Anonymous group.
Amy Andelson, Emily Meyer, Kirsten Smith have co-created the upcoming teen drama. Andelson and Meyer are known for their works in 'Step Up 3D', and the 2015 romcom 'Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List', while Smith is known for her works in 'The House Bunny', 'The Ugly Truth', and '10 Things I Hate About You'.
She plays the protagonist, Elodie Davis, but you might remember her as the Negasonic Teenage Warhead from MCU's 'Deadpool', and its sequel. She is also known for appearing in the web series 'Annie Undocumented' and is now returning as a protagonist on the Netflix show.
Kiana Madeira joins as Elodie's new friend from the anonymous meetings. Her role is called Moe Truax, while the other friend, Tabitha Foster, is played by Quintessa Swindell.
There's a very fun, and very quirky, but also quite a subtly intense clip that Netflix has released as its first official trailer for 'Trinkets'. The grieving loss and feeling of emptiness mingle with latent humor is what helps set the premise of the show. Like the trailer gives a disclaimer before explaining the three basic rules of shoplifting, kids, don't try this at home! Check it out here:
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