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Scaring Trailer for Crypt TV and Facebook Watch Horror Series ‘The Birch’ Surfaced

Crypt TV and Facebook Watch have dropped in the trailer for their first web series that will be coming out of their five-show partnership, titled as: The Birch.

The Birch is based on an original Crypt TV short film. The upcoming series, The Birch will be following three teenagers whose witness a life changing event, forever due to the presence of the titular monster, a vengeful-yet-protective creature who can be called for helping the helpless.

Preferring to beware, though, as is mostly the case in stories of help summonings, The Birch can even charge a hefty price for her involvement.

The 15-episodes series will be starring popular fasces of Midori Francis (Ocean’s Eight), Xaria Dotson (American Vandal), and Dempsey Bryk (Black Mirror), and is directed by John Ross (Netflix’s Don’t Watch This) and Amy Wang, with J. Casey Modderno writing and Kate Krantz (Ghosted) executive producing.

The Birch premieres just two days after on Oct. 11 on Facebook Watch and it has been detailed that one to three new episodes will be dropping each week.

Here is the trailer unveiled a few days earlier:

The Birch Official Trailer | Facebook Watch

Be careful what you wish for. The Birch premieres October 11th, only on Facebook Watch.

The Birch ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಬುಧವಾರ, ಅಕ್ಟೋಬರ್ 2, 2019

As mentioned, The Birch is the first of a five-show content which is being produced in joint collaboration of Crypt TV with Facebook Watch.

This one counts as first-of-its-kind deal for the social network, which is usually signed for one show at a time. The duo hasn’t released the plot yet or much from the cast details, but it’s expected that the series will be coming in 10 episodes each, and will be produced by Crypt TV execs including co-founder Jack Davis, Kranz, and Darren Brandi. Independent studio Wiip, founded by former ABC president Paul Lee, will also be a part of the produce group.

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