Netflix’s Cursed First Trailer Is Here And I’m Excited


“You are not some fragile maid. You are a warrior.”

It’s official — Katherine Langford’s new Netflix series Cursed has a trailer and let’s just say, I am super excited for it.

Cursed follows Nimue (played by Katherine), a powerful heroine with mysterious gifts who will eventually become the Lady of the Lake from the iconic Arthurian legend.


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The series is adapted from Tom Wheeler’s bestselling novel of the same name.

The series is a re-imagining of the King Arthur legend and will follow Nimue as she sets out on a journey with Arthur, a young mercenary, to find Merlin and deliver a powerful and ancient sword.

From just the trailer, I can already tell I would follow Nimue into any battle.


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Over the course of her journey, Nimue will also become a symbol of rebellion and hope against the Red Paladin army and King Uther.

Also, the cinematography and just size and scope of the series looks absolutely breathtaking.


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If you liked The Witcher, chances are you are going to binge-watch this just as fast.

And, I can already see some pairings forming in this trailer and I’m ready to start shipping ASAP.

Cursed will consist of 10 hour-long episodes, which will start streaming on July 17.

Alongside Katherine, Devon Terrell, who starred in Netflix’s Barry, will play Arthur.

While Gustaf Skarsgård — yes, the middle Skarsgård brother — will play Merlin.


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Teen Wolf star Daniel Sharman also appears, as well as numerous relatively new actors I will 100% die for by the end of the first season, I have no doubt.

Honestly, I’ve always loved any re-telling of the Arthurian legend, so I’m super excited to see this show come to life with the Lady of the Lake as a focus.

Cursed starts streaming on Netflix on July 17.

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