The shooting of the series of the same name, which was adapted from the series Sweet Tooth, announced in May 2020, has finished. The series will be aired this year.
A new update was made for the Netflix series Sweet Tooth, which was adapted from the comic book of the same name announced in May of last year.
According to Bleeding Cool’s report, the shooting of the live-action Netflix series, which was announced last year, is finished. It is expected to be published even within this year. As you know, Netflix usually announces the date of the production and broadcasts the trailer when there is a short time before the content is released. Therefore, we can say that we will not be able to see the series in the next 1-2 months.
Sweet Tooth is a comic book series owned by Vertigo under DC Comics, written and drawn by Canadian author Jeff Lemire between 2009 and 2013. In the story set in a post-apocalyptic world, all people started to die due to an epidemic. The only living things that can survive are human-animal mixtures. The series focuses on a character named Gus, who is a mixture of human and deer.
The series is produced by Robert Downey Jr., whom we know with Iron Man and Sherlock Holmes, and is directed by Jim Mickle. The series’ cast includes names such as James Brolin, Christian Convery, Will Forte, Nonso Anonzie and Adeel Akhtar.