Netflix has released the full trailer for its upcoming crime drama The Irregulars, and it paints an unearthly picture of Holmes’ London.
Netflix released the full trailer for The Irregulars, causing gruesome adventures for the titular band of heroes. Set in the Sherlock Holmes universe, Netflix’s upcoming crime drama is based on the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The series centers on the Baker Street Irregulars, a group of street urchins recruited by Holmes and Dr. Watson as confidential informants to report and solve supernatural crimes in Victorian London. In Doyle’s books, the Baker Street Irregulars were minor characters assisting Holmes in his mundane mystery-solving tasks. But the dark and avant-garde spectacle has modified their stories, making street heroes the focus of the story. Meanwhile, Holmes is described as a villain who takes credit for the cases that The Irregulars solve.
Now, Netflix unveiled the official trailer for The Irregulars. The video reinforces Watson and Holmes’ stance as people who prey on young heroes while putting the supernatural elements lurking from the show front and center. The key focus of the trailer is Darci Shaw’s Jessie, a girl who possesses the ability to “see things that normal people can’t.” Jessie and her older sister Bea (Thaddea Graham) join the rest of The Irregulars – Billy (Jojo Macari), Spike (McKell David) and Leo (Harrison Osterfield) – to defeat forces larger than life. They must also close the Rip, a mysterious interdimensional barrier, which would otherwise doom all life on Earth.
The trailer makes it clear why Netflix was so confident in the success of the show that it renewed it for a second season even before its launch. The show’s unearthly tone and gory horror elements are quite gripping, and its gallery of British actors delivers impressive and compelling performances. Also, the concept that Holmes is an alcoholic criminal seems ripe for some interesting stories. The Irregulars It’s apparently headed in the right direction, and there’s not much that can stop the show from becoming YA’s next sensation once it premieres on March 26.
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