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I Know What You Did Last Summer full trailer reveals new footage from the bloody series

Just every week after the first teaser debuted, Amazon Prime Video has launched the first full trailer for his or her highly-anticipated I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series.

The present relies off the similar 1973 novel by Lois Duncan that the iconic 1997 film was based mostly on, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sarah Michelle Gellar.

This new series updates the similar premise for a new era as a gaggle of children should cope with the aftermath of a tragic accident.


Trailer: Just every week after the first teaser debuted, Amazon Prime Video has launched the first full trailer for his or her highly-anticipated I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series

Update: This new series updates the same premise for a new generation as a group of kids must deal with the aftermath of a tragic accident

Update: This new series updates the similar premise for a new era as a gaggle of children should cope with the aftermath of a tragic accident

The trailer kicks off at an epic commencement get together, the place a pair of twins (each performed by Madison Iseman) meet at the get together, however one is clearly extra fashionable than the different.

The trailer options numerous fast pictures from the get together, earlier than the foremost group of associates take off in a Jeep.

They begin stay streaming in the automobile, with the associates referred to as ‘The OGs,’ when their automobile abruptly strikes one thing.

Twins: The trailer kicks off at an epic graduation party, where a pair of twins (both played by Madison Iseman) meet at the party, but one is clearly more popular than the other

Twins: The trailer kicks off at an epic commencement get together, the place a pair of twins (each performed by Madison Iseman) meet at the get together, however one is clearly extra fashionable than the different

While the trailer does not who what (or who) was struck, considered one of the blonde twins kneels down and says, ‘This cannot be occurring.’

The group is all solemnly gathering, whereas one says, ‘No one will actually know what we did.’

The present is ready in the coastal city of Wai Huna, as the blonde asks the remainder of the group if anyone noticed them that night time.

No one will know: The group is all solemnly gathering, while one says, 'No one will really know what we did

No one will know: The group is all solemnly gathering, whereas one says, ‘No one will actually know what we did

Town: The show is set in the coastal town of Wai Huna, as the blonde asks the rest of the group if anybody saw them that night

Town: The present is ready in the coastal city of Wai Huna, as the blonde asks the remainder of the group if anyone noticed them that night time

She’s seen opening her closet, seeing the phrases ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ written in purple lipstick on her mirror.

The blonde insists that even when anybody came upon, they could not show it, whereas considered one of the male associates (Ezekiel Goodman) insists that extra persons are going to die.

The trailer teases that extra folks do the truth is die, as Sebastian Amoruso’s character claims, ‘This cannot be a coincidence.’  

Know: She's seen opening her closet, seeing the words 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' written in red lipstick on her mirror

Know: She’s seen opening her closet, seeing the phrases ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ written in purple lipstick on her mirror

Prove: The blonde insists that even if anyone found out, they couldn't prove it, while one of the male friends (Ezekiel Goodman) insists that more people are going to die

Prove: The blonde insists that even when anybody came upon, they could not show it, whereas considered one of the male associates (Ezekiel Goodman) insists that extra persons are going to die

Coincidence: The trailer teases that more people do in fact die, as Sebastian Amoruso's character claims, 'This can't be a coincidence'

Coincidence: The trailer teases that extra folks do the truth is die, as Sebastian Amoruso’s character claims, ‘This cannot be a coincidence’

The trailer additionally contains loads of bloody footage, together with Iseman’s character discovering an ominous word studying, ‘I’m right here.’

Accusations are being flung as the tensions rise, accusing the associates of being, ‘completely pretend,’ ‘sociopath’ and a ‘drug addict,’ whereas Brianne Tsju’s character consistently lies.

There can also be animosity between the twins, with the much less fashionable one saying her sister, ‘had intercourse with the one individual I love.’

Here: The trailer also includes plenty of bloody footage, including Iseman's character finding an ominous note reading, 'I'm here'

Here: The trailer additionally contains loads of bloody footage, together with Iseman’s character discovering an ominous word studying, ‘I’m right here’

Lies: Accusations are being flung as the tensions rise, accusing the friends of being, 'totally fake,' 'sociopath' and a 'drug addict,' while Brianne Tsju's character constantly lies

Lies: Accusations are being flung as the tensions rise, accusing the associates of being, ‘completely pretend,’ ‘sociopath’ and a ‘drug addict,’ whereas Brianne Tsju’s character consistently lies

The trailer winds down with numerous quick-cut pictures, together with a cryptic assertion that, ‘every little thing was wonderful till she got here again.’ 

The trailer ends with a shot of the blonde at the scene of the crime, as she’s heard saying, ‘There isn’t any redemption on this life.’ 

I Know What You Did Last Summer debuts on Amazon Prime Video with the first 4 episodes on October 15, with new episodes airing every Friday resulting in the season finale on November 12. 

Redemption: The trailer ends with a shot of the blonde at the scene of the crime, as she's heard saying, 'There is no redemption in this life'

Redemption: The trailer ends with a shot of the blonde at the scene of the crime, as she’s heard saying, ‘There isn’t any redemption on this life’

Coming soon: I Know What You Did Last Summer debuts on Amazon Prime Video with the first four episodes on October 15, with new episodes airing each Friday leading to the season finale on November 12

Coming quickly: I Know What You Did Last Summer debuts on Amazon Prime Video with the first 4 episodes on October 15, with new episodes airing every Friday resulting in the season finale on November 12


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