I Am Not Okay With This Trailer Drops, From Creators Of Stranger Things
The first trailer for Netflix's I Am Not Okay With This has just dropped and it looks like they're giving us another binge-worthy series. You can watch the trailer here:
Not only does the clip look great (don't deny that you didn't get Matilda vibes) but we have high hopes just on the basis of the people behind the programme.
Jonathan Entwistle (director and executive producer of The End of the F***ing World) is involved, pulling multiple duties as the co-creator/director/executive producer.
He will be working alongside the producers of Stranger Things to bring this new series based on the graphic novel by Charles Forsman - who also wrote the original TEOTFW comics.
I Am Not Okay With This, which will drop on the streaming service on 26 February, follows a teenage girl who's navigating the trials and tribulations of high school, all while dealing with the complexities of her family, her budding sexuality, and mysterious superpowers just beginning to awaken deep within her.
The cast includes Sophia Lillis (It franchise, Gretel & Hansel, Sharp Objects), who plays Sydney, and Wyatt Oleff (It franchise, Guardians of the Galaxy franchise), playing Stanley Barber.
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Sofia Bryant (from The Good Wife, The Code) will be taking on the role of Dina, while Kathleen Rose Perkins (Episodes, You're The Worst) is playing Maggie.
It seems fans are already getting excited since the trailer dropped and rightfully so:
I am Not Okay With This trailer finally dropped and I'm so obsessed already. #iamnotokaywiththis pic.twitter.com/WCaCB11ut6
- :flag_au: ✩ Samantha ✩ :flag_au: (@MidnightsDarlin) February 17, 2020
y'all better watch I Am Not Okay With This on Netflix in february 26th because it WILL be the next big show and PERIOD
- sam (@kaspracs) February 17, 2020
me patiently waiting for "I Am Not Okay With This" to drop on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/7Ji1ZhyPYN
- Mohmo (@Dayroommo) February 16, 2020
Others are comparing the upcoming series to a 'delightful combo of Stranger Things and Sex Education - probably something we should all get on board with...
Others have dubbed it a mixture of Matilda (told you), Stranger Things and It. Another concoction we could just about manage.
Now it's just a waiting game until 26 February. Hang in there, folks.
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