Just like in the movie, Veronica falls for the mysterious new boy in town, JD Dean (James Scully), who encourages her to really live while destroying the Heathers that hold her back. "In the movie, three handsome women where wrecking havoc on the school; that was new and hadn't been done before". If so, you may or may not take this well, so please sit down (and keep your bleach locked up): Heathers is becoming a TV show!
'It's 2018, it's not 1988, ' said executive producer Jason Micaleff. This has led them to explore the characters in a deeper way in the television series in comparison to the film.
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The series premieres in March on TV Land in the U.S, there's no word on whether or not we'll see it here on Australian screens, but it'll no doubt come down under soon enough! Heather Chandler (Melanie Field) is the leader of the clique and rules Westerburg High with fear, savage quips, and an incredible fashion sense.
Moreover, our new Veronica (Grace Victoria Cox), rather than being a raven-haired quasi-outcast, is a strawberry-blonde beauty who could easily pass as a member of the original Heathers. The latter actor is playing Heather "Heath" Duke who is a gay teen and this is a significant difference to the casting in the original film.
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The trailer also provides a quick glimpse at Selma Blair and Shannen Doherty (who played the shy, bookish Heather Duke in the original movie) and a blink-and-you-miss-it moment that shows Veronica wearing her iconic monocle. She will have a cameo role in three episodes of the television series. It was originally directed by Andy Fickman and starred Elle McLemore, Alice Lee, and Jessica Keenan Wynn as the three Heathers. The first season will consist of ten one-hour-long episodes.
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