TV version of the 1988 black comedy, 'Heathers,' where an outcast student plots to kill the cool kids.
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Series cast summary:
Grace Victoria Cox ...  Veronica Sawyer 10 episodes, 2018
Melanie Field ...  Heather Chandler 10 episodes, 2018
James Scully ...  JD 10 episodes, 2018
Brendan Scannell ...  Heather Duke 10 episodes, 2018
Drew Droege ...  Mr. Dennis 10 episodes, 2018
Jeremy Culhane ...  Dylen Lutz 10 episodes, 2018
Jesse Leigh ...  Peter Dawson 10 episodes, 2018
Romel De Silva ...  Kyle 10 episodes, 2018
Deanna Cheng ...  Ms. Fleming 9 episodes, 2018
Adwin Brown ...  Seth 9 episodes, 2018
Brett Cooper ...  Trailer Parker 8 episodes, 2018
Annalisa Cochrane ...  Shelby Dunnstock 8 episodes, 2018
Cameron Gellman ...  Kurt 7 episodes, 2018
Mandy June Turpin ...  Mrs. Sawyer 7 episodes, 2018
Allyn Morse Allyn Morse ...  Annie 7 episodes, 2018
Paige Weldon Paige Weldon ...  Lily 7 episodes, 2018
Kurt Fuller ...  Principal Gowan 6 episodes, 2018
Wallace Langham ...  Mr. Sawyer 6 episodes, 2018
Nikki SooHoo ...  Betty Finn 6 episodes, 2018
Travis Schuldt ...  Coach Cox 6 episodes, 2018
Jamie Kaler ...  Big Bud Dean 5 episodes, 2018


TV version of the 1988 black comedy, 'Heathers,' where an outcast student plots to kill the cool kids.

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Based on the killer cult classic.


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Locations utilised for filming included the Rancho San Antonio which is being used to portray Westerburg High School. See more »


Version of Heathers (1989) See more »

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Good for fans of pitchblack comedy and satire
2 September 2018 | by dschmedingSee all my reviews

I don't know the movie, so I don't seriously care how this relates to the original plot and characters. Anyway you look at it ... This is a well made series. Perfect choice of music, awesome camera work, good acting and a good script with many scenes and one-liners that have the capacity to become cult classics.

This show pokes fun at EVERYONE... it waves societys hypocrisy in everyones face. This is not about LGBT or SJW or whatever many are projecting ... its a simple role reversal of the villains when in the end no one even knows who is the villain in this series. Most characters are heavily exagerrated... the cool kids, the nerds and losers, the dumb jocks, the idiotic parents, the teachers... everyone. Many characters are obviously blatant caricatures of real people.

What this show boils down to is pointing the finger on a society obsessed with status and PR work. Everything people do on this show revolves around creating an image. Bullying, suicide, sexual orientation, fashion, lifestyle, school plays and activism... everyone does it with an agenda. If anything fails... kill yourself on camera and create drama to get your five minutes of fame.

Basically it is impossible to say who is the villain because everyone is a selfcentered douche on this show.

Now the funny thing is how this show is being reacted to. One side is outraged because LGBTQ kids are shown to be the bad guys. What used to be jocks and cheerleaders is now an overweight PC girl, a gay drag boy and a black girl pretending to be a lesbian to fit in. The other side takes this show to be on their side for trolling "the left". What is a basic role reversal is heavily projected on and ignoring that everyone in this show is portrayed with negative sides. I don't see this as problematic at all and have to wonder about the heavily politically biased reviews and comments on this show.

What is problematic is a society that reacts exactly as depicted in this show. Because this show is about an ignorant society where everyone bullies the other and feels to be the victim, uses victimhood to become a perpetrator and plays everyone for his own agenda. The end of this show is just perfect and spot on about how hypocritical society is dealing with subjects like school shootings, teen suicide, bullying etc. So basically dropping the show because its too edgy in light of the thousandth school shooting is exactly what this show points the finger at.

And the funniest thing is... even when Paramount used this tactic to get attention and sell this show for a lot of money. Still its exactly what "Heathers" is criticising at its core. So the way people react is perfect in how they have got the mirror shoved in their faces with this show.

What looks like a trendy show with hip kids and cool editing has some serious subjects at its core that seem to fly over a lot of peoples heads because they are so self obsessed. Its like the teachers who wonder if they could have listened to the kids just to go and get drinks instead and plan another hollow PR charade for some TV cameras.

THIS is what the world has become. It may be a pitch black comedy but it created a feedback that is exactly what it points at.

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Release Date:

22 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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Heathers See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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16:9 HD
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