Here’s when you’ll be able to see the first ‘Paradise City’ teaser
It has been nearly two years since American Satan's spinoff series Paradise City was announced. After a long period of waiting, we finally got the good news in December that it would hit the small screen in 2020.
Now, we received even more terrific news that our first teaser trailer for the rock band show is arriving May 1.
After a dark period of light news following its announcement, we finally started hearing word of Paradise City in December.
We learned the show was coming in 2020 and that it has eight episodes. We also got a new look at the Relentless and Bella Thorne in the role of Lily Mayflower.
In that update, we saw a picture of Ostergaard's band—the Flux.
Now, at long last we have a date for a teaser trailer. The official Paradise City Instagram announced the news late on April 22.
may 1 - first video teaser drops ? thank you all for your patience ?? #paradisecityshow #andyblack #andybiersack #bellathorne #cameronboyce
Biersack also shared the marvelous news on his social media.
Produced and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen, the American Satan film debuted Oct. 13, 2017. It starred Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack and Asking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce among others. The duo were among the members of the Relentless with Biersack’s vocals coming from Palaye Royale frontman Remington Leith.
The American Satan spinoff was first announced in June 2018 with the original cast teasing their return in September of that year. Bruce confirmed he would be returning with Biersack and former pro-wrestler Natalie Eva Marie signed on as a new addition in November 2018.
The show is set to have a rock-steady cast of talent as we also got the news last summer that Sleeping With Sirens frontman Kellin Quinn joined the cast. Then, earlier in December, we learned that Juliet Simms would also play a role in Paradise City.
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