The spooky season is impressing us with various films and television. Netflix is updating its Halloween calendar with scary episodes and movies for the holiday season. In addition, the streaming platform is releasing ‘The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself,’ another dark yet amusing series based on Sally Green’s novels Half Bad Trilogy, fresh from the vampire world.
The Netflix series is not entirely about vampires and witches, as they describe it as an “edgy, YA drama based in the modern day.”
Release date of The Bastard Son and The Devil Himself
The series Bastard Son & The Devil Himself will be out on October 28, 2022, on Netflix. One of the most popular shows, The Bastard Son And The Devil Himself, has new episodes coming out one after another.
One primary reason The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself has gained such a following is its powerful story, which has led viewers to look for The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself.
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The cast of Members
Emilien Vekemans as Gabriel
Misia Butler as Niall
Liz White as Penelope
Róisín Murphy as Mercury
Isobel Jesper Jones as Jessica Byrn
Karen Connell as Celia
Paul Ready as Soul O’Brien
David Gyasi as Marcus Edge
Kerry Fox as Esmie
Fehinti Balogun as Bjorn
Jay Lycurgo as Nathan Byrn
Nadia Parkes as Annalise O’Brien
Directors: Colm McCarthy, Debs Paterson, and Rachna Suri
The Plot Details
The plot will feature Nathan Byrn (Jay Lycurgo), the unnamed bastard son of Marcus Edge (David Gyasi, Interstellar), a vicious and brutal witch, based on Sally Green’s YA series Half Bad. Nathan’s powers are growing more vital as his seventeenth birthday approaches, which he and others around him are worried about.
We witness Nathan and his partner-in-crime, Annalise (Nadia Parkes), hunted down by a policeman before their pursuer is blown to bits by Nathan’s superpowers. The teaser outlines the numerous sorts of witches and why Marcus Edge is the evilest of the wicked.
Nathan struggles to trust that he will not end up like his father. However, when he discovers a prophecy stating that he will be the one to murder his father, He realizes he must accept his potential and prepare for the battle of his life.
Nathan goes into hiding with Annalise & fellow witch Gabriel (Emilien Vekemans) in order to properly practice his powers and be safe until the right time comes. The teaser reveals a love triangle between its three central protagonists and plenty of magic and drama.
It would be easy to overlook another fantasy series about young people trying to make their place in the world. Still, Barton injects his scripts with plenty of snappy dialogue and a very well plot to keep everything new enough to stand out from the mainstream.