In less than a month, Netflix is releasing the much-awaited ‘Locke & Key.’ The trailer has also released so fans have a glimpse on what’s in store for them. The reason there is so much excitement surrounding this upcoming television series is that it is based on a best-selling comic series. Keep reading to find out all about it.
Netflix’s Locke & Key | Plot
The series is an adaptation of the American comic series by the same name, written by Joe Hill and illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. The genre is an exciting mix of fantasy and horror that takes the audience into a world of wonder. The novel’s writer Hill won an Eisner award for his writing. The series also won the British Fantasy Award for best comic novel.
The plot revolves around the Locke family who have relocated to their ancestral home in Lovecraft Maine, after the murder of the family’s patriarch. The three main characters are children; Tyler, Kinsey and Bode. They discover that the house has lots of keys, with magic in them. These keys impart various superpowers to their users. The twist is that there also some dark forces trying to get hold of them to create something evil and chaotic.
You may be wondering who’s playing the roles in Netflix’s Locke & Key. Jackson Robert Scott is playing the role of Bode Locke, the youngest member of the Locke family. Connor Jessup is playing the role of Tyler Locke, the older teenage son. The third sibling, an only daughter, Kinsey Locke will be played by Emila Jones.
Their parents Nina Locke, and Rendell Locke are being portrayed by Darby Stanchfield and Bill Heck respectively.
The show also stars Sherri Saum as ‘Ellie Whedon’ and Cody Bird as Rufus Whedon as well as Griffin Gluck as ‘Gabe’.
We know you’re ‘totes’ excited for Netflix’s Locke & Key. And you’re wondering when can you finally begin watching it.
Well, we’ve got the release date. The show is set to premiere on Netflix on February 7, 2020.
10 episodes of the television series will be released.
Watch the trailer here and feel your excitement escalate even further.