Catch all episodes of Katherine Langford’s Cursed on Netflix this coming July 17!

What if the sword chooses a Queen? As we all know 13 Reasons Why actress Katherine Langford is back as a badass queen and we’ will witness her anticipated series in just a matter of time! Togive you a little refresher, Cursed is based on the New York Times bestselling book, re-imagining the story of legend King Arthur.

The said fantasy series will have running 10 episodes and what’s more, author Tom Wheeler will also serve as showrunner of the series and executive producer along with Frank Miller, the illustrator of the novel.

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Told through the eyes of a young woman named Nimue a.k.a Katherine Langford who receives a strange gift where she will discover eventually is destined to become the powerful Lady of the Lake. After her mother passed away, she went on a mission with young mercenary Arthur to find Merlin and deliver an ancient sword.

Check out it amazing trailer below!

With its interesting storyline and great production, we can honestly say that this fantasy series is truly worth the wait! Even Cursed‘s actress Langford can’t contain her excitement when she announced the released date of the said series.

“It feels like a strange time to talk about anything other than what’s going on in the world at the moment, but hopefully this can bring some entertainment, and levity during these important and surreal times. Hundreds of people worked so hard on this last year, and it’s a story we’re really proud of. I hope you enjoy it too. ” shared Katherine Langford on her official Instagram account.

On top of that, Cursed is a coming-of-age story whose themes are definitely timely for what is really happening in our reality. Looks like we’re gonna wait for another great fiction series in Netflix, right? So, you better stay tuned for more updates!

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