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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

“Mer”: A Splashy Horror-Comedy About Man-Eating Mermaids!

Aquatic horror gets a new spin in “Mer”, a new horror-comedy series from “Orange Is the New Black” alum Julie Lake and Liz Storm (Shelly, Lovely) about man-eating mermaids.

ViacomCBS teen brand Awesomeness is developing the horror-comedy that will be directed by Laura Prepon (“Orange Is the New Black”, “That 70s Show”), says Deadline.

“Mer is described as a splashy horror-comedy about martini-swigging, man-eating mermaids on Martha’s Vineyard.

“The series explores a young woman grappling with newfound power and female metamorphosis through the point of view of a marginalized townie turned killer mermaid.”

Adds the site: “The satirical horror-comedy unpacks feminist themes through the eyes of a girl who must live with the dual demands of her bleeding heart and a sudden urge to eat people.”

Lake, Storm and Prepon executive produce.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3621956/mer-splashy-horror-comedy-man-eating-mermaids/

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