#Damien is Coming in 13 Days – New Stuff!

In less than two weeks, the new series Damien will debut on A&E at 10:00PM/ET, right after the season premiere of Bates Motel. Not only have new stills been released, but also an exclusive theatrical trailer from A&E!

The Nerdy Girl Express has been super excited about the upcoming show Damien and have tried to bring you all the news and updates with it. Today we have ten new stills from the show as well as an amazing new trailer with some behind the scenes footage.

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Damien stars Bradley James as the Antichrist himself Damien Thorn, Barbara Hershey as his in the shadows caretaker Ann Rutledge, Omid Abtahi as Amani Golkar, David Meunier as Detective Shay and Megalyn Echikunwoke as Simone Baptiste.

As in the original horror classic, The Omen, the people around Damien often come to very bad ends. Now grown up and a war photographer, Damien must cope with the truth and what will become of him and the world should he embrace what he truly is. The show was created and produced by Glen Mazzara and is a direct sequel to the original movie.

You can watch the new theatrical trailer exclusively on A&E here.

The trailers for this show just keep getting better and better. I’m really excited for this show and hope all of you are as well. TWD and AHS are more about the drama and less about the horror lately and while I love them both, I need some scary in my life. Damien looks to be the show to do that. How excited are you for this show to debut? Tell me below in the comments or go over to twitter and find me @quietlikeastorm and make sure to follow us there @thenerdygirlexp too.

You can also find my other Damien articles here, here and here.

The beast is rising in 13 days, will you be ready?



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