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Vampire Academy, Angelyne, Pitch Perfect First Look: Peacock Promo

Lost alum Matthew Fox returns to TV, in charge of Julie Plec Vampire Academy and Emmy Rossum as Angelyne are among the many firsts served on Peacock’s hot 2022 reel.

Released early Friday morning during a streamer’s presentation of the Winter Olympics opening ceremony, the sizzling reel offers glimpses of the musical. Bel-Air (early screening on Sunday, February 13), Tiger King-y Joe and Carole (Thursday, March 3), Bust Down (Thursday, March 10, starring Jak Knight, Langston Kerman, Sam Jay and Chris Redd), Craig Robinson’s Kill it (released in April, from Brooklyn Nine-Nine creators Dan Goor and Luke Del Tredici) and other scheduled premieres.

Between not yet– scheduled to launch in 2022, you may spot a few students at the aforementioned school Vampire Academy (based on the YA novel by Richelle Mead; Read more here); Shameless alum Emmy Rossum as Angelyne, the queen of light in the shadow of West Hollywood; Matthew Fox Leads an Adaptation of Alex Scarrow Last Lmaybe; By Adam Devine Pitch Perfect series (following Bumper Allen to Germany), the “re-imagining” of Russell T. Davies Queer as Folk; The Greatest Man: The Last Chapter (sequel to the 1999 comedy-drama) and more.

Oh, and there are also quick announcements from new episodes of Girls5eva and Rutherford Falls.

What are you most looking forward to the 2022 release of Peacock? (And of course if you want news on any of the above, email InsideLine@tvline.com!)

https://tvline.com/2022/02/04/emmy-rossum-angelyne-vampire-academy-first-look-peacock-trailer/ Vampire Academy, Angelyne, Pitch Perfect First Look: Peacock Promo

Aila Slisco

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