The Paramount Network on Thursday released a full, red band trailer for the long-awaited television reboot of the cult classic Heathers - gleefully dripping with millennial attitude and featuring a decidedly more modern take on life in high school. Heather McNamara (originally played by Lisanne Falk) will be portrayed by Jasmine Mathews; Heather Duke (Shannen Doherty in the film) is a male who identifies as gender-queer whose real name is Heath (Brendan Scannell); and Heather Chandler (originally Kim Walker) has a body like Martha Dumptruck and will be played by Melanie Field.
The 46-year-old actress, who's reprising her role as Heather Duke in the upcoming TV reboot of her 1987 movie Heathers, shined as she appeared at the launch party for the show's home, the Paramount Network, on Thursday evening in Los Angeles. The red-band trailer dropped on January 18, and the show isn't holding back.
Heathers is back - but "The Heathers" look a little different in this TV reboot.
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Heathers was released in 1988 and was written by Daniel Waters and directed by Michael Lehmann. The film also starred Winona Ryder, Christian Slater, Lance Fenton, Patrick Labyorteaux, and Carrie Lynn.
Yep, joining the long list of well-remembered films making the jump to small screen, the cult classic Heathers is headed to Paramount Network where it hopes to transfer the devastatingly dark comedy about teen suicide, murder, and prom from its 1980s roots and into the 21st century.
Now, although there are some pretty significant changes here, there are still a lot of throwbacks to the original movie. Heathers debuts on the Paramount Network March 7, but until then soak in all of the awesome glory above.