WATCH: NBC Unveils First Teaser for ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Miniseries


WATCH: NBC Unveils First Teaser for ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Miniseries


What happens when you combine a crying baby with the backdrop of Paris? You get the latest promo for NBC’s miniseries based on the 1967 horror novel written by Ira Levin.

WATCH: NBC Unveils First Teaser for ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ MiniseriesYou can check out the very short promo (it’s barely 10 seconds long) below, but it definitely gets us into the horror spirit of the upcoming Peacock series starring Zoe Saldana, Jason Isaacs and Patrick J. Adams.

We might all remember the 1968 film, from Roman Polanski, featuring Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Sidney Blackmer in leading roles, but this time around Saldana will play Rosemary Woodhouse, Adams will play Guy Woodhouse (husband to Rosemary) and Isaacs will play Roman Castevet (coven leader and warlock).

For those who don’t know, the story revolves around Rosemary and Guy, a married couple living in Paris. Not only do they move into a mysterious apartment building, but they soon begin experiencing weird occurrences, especially from their new neighbors, like Rosemary suffering a traumatic episode and becoming pregnant. However, Guy might not be the father and the child just might cause havoc on their relationship and mankind.

In addition to the first teaser below, NBC also released the very first photo of the miniseries event, which you can view to above. As you can see for yourself, the artwork showcases Rosemary (Saldana) holding her belly and standing in front of a baby carriage. The Eiffel Tower can also be spotted in the background, in addition to the words “Fear is born” printed at the top. 

An official premiere date has yet to be announced.

- Patrick J. Adams
- Zoe Saldana
- Jason Isaacs
- Rosemary's Baby

Written by: akoerner
Mar 21st, 2014, 9:43 pm

Images courtesy of NBC

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