When is 'Red Rose' releasing on Netflix? All about one of Netflix's biggest releases of the year
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: If you stumbled upon this story thinking it's about Stephen King's 'Rose Red' miniseries, then we have some bad news for you! But, something great is brewing in the Netflix pot full of delectable shows and movies, and one of them is 'Red Rose'. The horror series is making its way all the way from UK, crossing the sea to haunt us all with its great storyline and jumpscares. The series was released in the UK last year by Netflix and BBC and sure promises a 'Truth or Dare' like horror with a technological twist.
The series is written by duo Michael and Paul Clarkson, the big brains behind the Netflix hit series 'The Haunting of Bly Manor', HBO Max's 'His Dark Materials' (which also aired on BBC) and Amazon Prime's 'The Wheel of Time'. While the twins have always worked with projects that were fantasy themed, they did a phenomenal work with 'The Haunting of Bly Manor', the second installment of The Haunting franchise which doesn't fall into typical Ouija board haunting cliches, and was well-received by audiences. So, with 'Red Rose' the level of expectations are high.
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Lets get into the foundation of the new Netflix series 'Red Rose', from plot to cast and everything in the middle.
When is 'Red Rose' releasing?
The series has already been released in the UK, and is set to be internationally available by being Netflix' biggest release of the year and is set to release on February 15, 2023.
Where can I watch 'Red Rose'?
The Horror series is available to watch on Netflix.
Who all are starring in 'Red Rose'?
The cast has some well-known names and includes some newcomers to the OTT platform. Amelia Clarkson ('The Last Kingdom'), Isis Hainsworth ('Metal Lords'), Ali Khan ('Halo'), Ashna Rabheru ('Sex Education'), Adam Nagaitis ('The Terror'), Ellis Howard ('Catherine the Great'), Samuel Anderson ('Doctor Who'), and Natalie Gavin ('Line of Duty') are set to appear in the series.
What is the plot of 'Red Rose'?
Game horror has become a recent theme for most horror movies and shows; 'Red Rose' picks the same theme and runs with it. The immediate idea that you get once you see the trailer is that it is terryfyingly similar to the weird internet challenges that had gotten viral in the previous years. The "Blue Whale Challenge" got many innocent teens to participate in life-threatening challenges over a span of 50 days. The plot of the show revolves around the horror behind peer pressure, dark web, and being at that age when you are desperate to be deemed cool. The series is also a scary realization that there are many things lurking and trying to get to our attention. 'Red Rose' is an app that talks to the characters like a long lost friend, asks them if they're feeling alright, and just when they're slightly vulnerable, makes them do things that turns out to be a near-death experience. It remains a mystery what the app could make them do, but based on the show's branding as a horror, it probably won't be picking flowers or helping the elderly cross the street.
What is the buzz around 'Red Rose'?
In 2021, Netflix and BBC came together to create a social impact when they vowed to produce series that featured disabled individuals, specifically those who are neurodivergent, deaf, and/or disabled, in front of and behind the camera. We're only speculating that they social vow applies to the upcoming horror series too. While you watch the trailer for 'Red Rose', keep watch on your downloads and steer clear from the dark web.