When is Tiny Pretty Things released on Netflix? Trailer, plot and latest news

0
199

Tiny Pretty Things is an upcoming book adaptation of “Tiny Pretty Things” by Dhonielle Clayton and Sona Charaipotra. This ten part series is a thriller drama that is supposed to be a crossover of “Black Swan” and “Pretty Little Liars” with each episode being an hour long. 

You can watch the trailer of the show here- 

What we know about the plot of the series?

The whole series revolves around the happenings of an elite ballet school in New York where a mysterious attack brings down the star student. The replacement student is the lead of this show. Things get dark as the story unravels.

You can find the official synopsis of the show here-

https://www.netflix.com/in/title/81017308 

Cast of Tiny Pretty Things

Lauren Holly (NCIS, Dragon: The Bruce Lee story, Dumb and Dumber), Kylie Jefferson (professional ballet dancer who will be playing the lead Neveah), Casimere Jollette (Divergent, Guidance, Dimension 404), Daniella Norman (Cats),  Brennan Clost, Tory Trowbridge, Bayardo De Murguia, Barton Cowperthwaiteuia, Damon J. Gillespie, Anna Maiche and Michael Hsu Rosen have been casted for the show. The show is created by Michael MacLennan. 

When can we watch the show?

The trailer of the show was released on 16 November 2020 and there it was mentioned that the show will hit the screens on 14 December 2020. 

The trailer of the show has had a pretty good reception so far and many have appreciated the fact that the lead ballerina is a black woman, which is not something we see often on TV. Let’s hope the show gives us the same chills the trailer gave.

Stay tuned for the latest updates!

Previous articleGabourey Sidibe Engaged to Boyfriend Brandon Franke
Next articleWhen is Ryan Reynolds film The Adam Project on Netflix?
Even as a little girl, I was fascinated by words. The idea of stringing words together to form meaningful sentences which could alter the emotions of other human beings excited me. At first I wrote fiction. It gave me a chance to live the different lives I’ve always wanted to. The way my friends reacted when they read my story gave me the greatest of joys. As I grew older, I realised that there are thousands of stories of people around me that deserved to be told. Then I started incorporating their stories to my fictional stories. Over the time, I leaned more towards article writing. I have always felt that writing is my super power. A power I could wield to bring joy and comfort to me and the people I care about.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here