Amazon Prime is set to drop its latest psychological thriller series – I Know What You Did Last Summer. The teen drama is set to air this Halloween and is based on the iconic 1997 film and novel having the same name.
This gripping thriller is about four teenagers stalked by a mysterious killer after they think they’ve covered up a fatal car accident, which killed a man. As they try to protect themselves from the killer, they unravel the dark secrets of their town.
The fantastic trailer has already gathered much appreciation, and viewers are waiting eagerly. Let’s see how you can watch all episodes of this epic thriller.
I Know What You Did Last Summer TV show
This psychological thriller is set to hit screens on October 15, and the trailer has already hinted that it will be a wild ride. The series is based on the original 1973 novel by Lois Duncan, where four teens prepare themselves for their life’s most epic night – their graduation night.
With the same premise as that of the iconic movie, there’s a lot this show has to offer. The trailer depicts that it isn’t going to show the same story again. You’ll get the idea that every character has a dark secret to hide, and uncovering a wrong secret can be fatal!
While coming back from the party, their drunk driving leads to a fatal car accident on a winding road, which kills a man. They cover it up by dumping the victim’s body into the sea and promise to keep the secret between them.
The past catches up with you
But their fatal mistake proves to be costly, as a mysterious killer starts stalking them exactly one year after the incident. And one by one, the teenagers involved in the incident start disappearing in their seemingly perfect town.
Produced by horror genius James Wan and written/executive produced by Sarah Goodman, this show delved deeper into the original novel’s plot, differentiating it from previous films.
Other executive producers include Michael Clear, Rob Hackett, Shay Hatten, Craig William, Macneill, Neal H. Moritz, and Pavun Shetty.
The original film, I Know What You Did Last Summer, launched teen icons like Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ryan Phillippe, and Freddie Prinze Jr.
This show is expected to create new heartthrobs like Ezekiel Goodman, Ashley Moore, Sebastian Amoruso, Fiona Rene, and Madison Iseman.
|Episode 1||15th October||Prime Video|
|Episode 2||15th October||Prime Video|
|Episode 3||15th October||Prime Video|
|Episode 4||15th October||Prime Video|
|Episode 5||22nd October||Prime Video|
|Episode 6||29th October||Prime Video|
|Episode 7||5th November||Prime Video|
|Episode 8||12th November||Prime Video|
I Know What You Did Last Summer: Cast
Written and co-produced by acclaimed movie writer Sara Goodman, I Know What You Did Last Summer consists of a young cast of energetic actors. The original movie had Jennifer Love Hewitt playing Julie James as the main protagonist, Madison Iseman here as Alison.
The recurring cast members include Spencer Sutherland, Chrissie Fit, and Sonya Balmores. Let’s check out more details about the cast:
Where to watch I Know What You Did Last Summer series
The best way to enjoy this scintillating teenage trailer penned by Sara Goodman is why heading over to Amazon Prime Video. The series will be launched on this platform, with the first four episodes available to stream immediately. You can watch all episodes with the Amazon 30-day free trial
Being an Amazon Original production, this series is expected to take the platform on another level! So, if you still don’t have an Amazon Prime video account, click below and sign up for a free trial.
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Amazon subscription plans to stream I Know What You Did Last Summer
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The monthly plan comes at a reasonable price of $6.99 per month to check out Amazon, which offers you all the amazing HD quality shows and other benefits. If you are interested in the yearly plan, you need to purchase it for only $59.
The advantage of the monthly plan is you can cancel the subscription any month. However, you can’t cancel the subscription for the yearly plan, although it does work out cheaper.
Which providers will show I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series?
The only place you can watch episodes of I Know What You Did Last Summer in Australia is with the following TV streaming providers.
|Provider||I Know What You Did Last Summer|
|Amazon Prime Video||Yes|
|Free To Air||No|
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