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[Photo by: Sumerian Films]

More and more details continue to be released about the American Satan spinoff television show, Paradise CityWe’ve now learned that the late Cameron Boyce‘s character is Simon Ostergaard. Ostergaard is the frontman of the band The Flux.

We received our first new look at Paradise City last week. It is set to hit television in 2020.

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Paradise City gave us its first piece of news last week. On Instagram, we learned the show was coming in 2020 and that it has eight episodes. We also got a new look at the Relentless and it appears Bella Thorne is now playing the role of Lily Mayflower.

The post also said we would get a full cast announcement sometime in January. It seems that the crew plans on releasing some details about the main characters until that official announcement. Check out the details on Cameron Boyce’s character below.

Cameron Boyce stars as Simon Ostergaard, frontman for The Flux and an aspiring music industry maestro. ❤️🙏🏼 

So, now we have a closer look at Boyce’s role and his band the Flux as well.

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It’s been a year-and-a-half since American Satan announced its TV series spinoff. Now, we finally have some good news. The cast and crew took to Instagram today to announce that Paradise City is hitting television in 2020. We even get a fresh look at the Relentless.

They also shared that the first season is eight episodes long. The episodes have an average runtime of 40 minutes each. There will also be a full cast announcement in January. Get all the details below.

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.

Twilight actor Booboo Stewart also returned after the original film appearing alongside new addition Bella Thorne in a behind-the-scenes photo in May. The late Cameron Boyce will also appear in the series marking one of his final roles before passing in July.

It seems Thorne might be taking over the role of Lily Mayflower in the Relentless. In American Satan, Mayflower was portrayed by Jesse Sullivan. In fact, IMDb even has Thorne credited as Lily.

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The show is set to have a rock-steady cast of talent as we also got the news over the summer that Sleeping With Sirens frontman Kellin Quinn joined the cast. Then, just earlier this month, we learned that Juliet Simms will also play a role in Paradise City.

Both the official Paradise City Instagram page and that of Avildsen shared news of the update.

The Relentless wish you a Merry Christmas! We’ll see you on the 📺 in 2020, FINALLY!! The first season is eight episodes with an average run time of 40 minutes each. (Yes, that’s like the length of over three movies!) Full cast to be revealed in January. Thank you for your patience. 

Bands take up so much of my life, but this one in particular really did a number on me this year 🤓 Merry Christmas from The Relentless. @ParadiseCity coming to 📺 in 2020. Thank you to everyone who has supported this project and to all the patience given while we completed the edit of the first season. Eight episodes, averaging over 40 minutes in length each, this has easily been the most intense undertaking of my career and I wouldn’t have it any other way. We’ve done a lot of things independently, but this really took the 🎂 – can’t wait for you all to see it.  

So what do you think the Flux will sound like in Paradise City? Sound off below!

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