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Watch Creepy New Footage From Facebook Watch’s Horror Series ‘The Birch’

The new video service Facebook Watch, named after the social media platform it stems from, is producing a new horror series titled The Birch. After much anticipation for the service to introduce their first horror series, a new official clip has been unveiled. Check out the new clip and trailer for The Birch down below!

It definitely looks like The Birch is another good step in the right direction for Facebook Watch. As they continue to prove themselves as a streaming and video production service, this new horror series might be the way for Facebook Watch to win its viewers over.

Of course, we’ll just have to wait and see how the actual series plays out. But based on the new clip, it proves that the show will have some particularly creepy atmosphere. It might be safe to say the series will have at least a few good moments.

In the new series…

“The lives of three teenagers – Lanie (Midori Francis, Good Boys, Ocean’s Eight), Evie (Xaria Dotson, American Vandal), and Thurston (Dempsey Bryk, Black Mirror, The Silence) – intersect around the presence of a blood-thirsty monster lurking in the woods, the Birch. Sworn to protect the vulnerable wherever she is summoned, the Birch demands a dangerous toll for her services.”

https://www.facebook.com/thebirchshow/videos/704551250052017/

Interestingly, the series will premiere just before another horror-themed series from Facebook Watch which will be titled Limetown. That specific series will premiere on October 16. As such, it looks like Facebook Watch will be doing good by horror fans this October, so we’ll have a few Halloween goodies to look forward to.

The Birch will premiere with three episodes starting on Friday, October 11 at 1 PM PST.

How do you feel about the clip for The Birch? Are you excited to see the new horror series from Facebook Watch? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below!

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