Netflix has come with yet another new horror TV series which was released on 13 February 2019 ( Marianne” TV series Netflix). This French horror drama is created and directed by Samuel Bodin. This eight series episode starring Victoria Du Bois is one of the most amazing horror TV series which is giving Goosebumps to the fans.
It is another horrifying and hair-raising show released on Netflix after the scarier and darker series The Haunting of Hill House and Slasher.
What is the story-line of Marianne horror show?
This horror series centers on a young and best-selling horror writer Emma who was having nightmares since her childhood finds out that the evil witch of her nightmares exists in the real world in the name Marianne. This evil witch is creating lots of disturbance and havoc in the town. Now it is Emma’s turn to make the town free of Marianne by punishing her.
The trailer of the popular and interesting web series tells that the series will be full of shocks and suspense. Emma also finds it difficult to fight with Marianne.
Marianne: Episode List
Marianne Season one consist of eight episodes that fueled your nightmares with horror and leave you in a condition of paranoid and scared. Its episodes are
Episode 1: Your Dreams
Episode 2: Tradition
Episode 3: Not an Easy Person
Episode 4: Beautiful Moment
Episode 5: You Left Her
Episode 6: Memories
Episode 7: Too Young to handle
Episode 8: Tuesday
Why the show is dropped on September 13?
There is an interesting thing about choosing the release date as 13 September 2019 is a full moon day which makes perfect for the release of a horror Television series.
Marianne: IMDB Rating
Legendary horror writer Stephen King and Clive Baker would highly approve the story, the gore, and the depth of the series.
The cast of this new remarkable horror series on Netflix includes Mireille Herbstmeyer as Marianne and Ralph Amoussou as Seby.
Other people holding hands of Marianne in this new series are Victoria Du Bios, Lucie Boujenah, Triphaine Daviot, Bellamine Abdelmalek, Mehdi Meskar, Alban Lenoir, Corinne Valancogne and Pierre Aussedat.