Netflix’s ‘First Kill’ Trailer Teases a Forbidden, Bloody Love Affair Between Vampire and Vampire Hunter (Video)

Forget the Montagues and Capulets, blood feuds don't get any bloodier than those between vampires and vampire hunters - which means the romance is even more off-limits and the body count certainly seems a lot higher in the trailer for Netflix's "First Kill."
Starring Sarah Catherine Hook (“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It”) as a young vampire, Juliette and Imani Lewis (“Eighth Grade”) as Calliope, one of a long line of vampire slayers, “First Kill” delivers a bloody YA twist on the forbidden lover trope when the unlikely couple falls in love. Watch the romance and warfare unfold in the trailer above.
Created by best-selling author V.E. Schwab (Shades of Magic series), First Kill also stars Elizabeth Mitchell as Margo, Will Swenson as Sebastian, Aubion Wise as Talia, Jason Robert Moore as Jack, Gracie Dzienny as Elinor and Dylan McNamara Oliver, Dominic Goodman as Apollo, Phillip Mullings Jr. as Theo, MK xyz as Tess, Jonas Dylan Allen as Ben and Roberto Mendez as Noah.
Here's the official logline if you're looking for more details: "When it comes time for teenage vampire Juliette to make her first kill so she can take her place in a powerful vampire family, she takes on a new girl named in set his sights on Calliope. But much to Juliette's surprise, Calliope is a vampire hunter from a family of celebrated hunters. Both find that the other is not so easy to kill and unfortunately far too easy to fall for..."
Felicia D. Henderson ("Fringe") is a writer, showrunner and executive producer. Schwab is also a writer and executive producer. Executive Producers are Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss through Belletrist Productions.
All eight episodes of First Kill debut June 10 on Netflix.

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