FX Releases Two New Posters for What We Do in the Shadows
These vampires just might glow in the dark.
By Chris Morse
A new television series for What We Do in the Shadows is on its way to FX and we have a pair of new posters to help light the way. Based on a classic horror-comedy of the same name from Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, the series follows three vampires trying to get by in a modern era and is looking like it will fall very much in line with the film, which only gets better with age.
To help celebrate the show's upcoming release, FX has revealed two glow-in-the-dark style posters showing off the cast in all their colorful, black-lit glory. Check them out below and don't forget to watch the first full trailer for the series if you have not already done so.
With Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi producing this television series, which follows different characters than the film did but is very much set in the same universe, What We Do in the Shadows is sure to delight fans of the horror-comedy when it premieres on March 27th, 2019 on FX.
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