NBC Pushes Out New Teaser for ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Miniseries


NBC Pushes Out New Teaser for  ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Miniseries


“We’re starting to show.” That’s what the Peacock network is saying when it comes to its brand new ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ teaser.

The NBC miniseries, starring Zoe Saldana, Patrick J. Adams and Jason Isaacs, is based on the 1967 horror novel from Ira Levin. Of course, audiences might be more familiar with Roman Polanski’s 1968 film, featuring Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Sidney Blackmer. Well, this summer, we can watch Saldana take on the leading role of Rosemary Woodhouse, while Adams plays Guy Woodhouse (Rosemary’s husband) and Isaacs portrays Roman Castevet (coven leader and warlock).

A few weeks ago, NBC unveiled a short teaser of a baby crying, along with a poster showcasing Saldana holding her baby bump and standing in front of a baby carriage. It was definitely quite the tease.

Now, we have actually get a glimpse into the upcoming series. Late last night, NBC tweeted the exclusive video, and it’s much more than the first teaser.

We see Rosemary and Guy celebrating their pregnancy, but soon enough things go from happy to frightening. From Rosemary’s nose bleeding to her blood-curdling screams to the teaser promising “fear is born,” this is one ominous promo. Be sure to check it out for yourself. 

Unfortunately, the video does not include Isaacs, but I’m sure soon enough another video will be released showcasing the talented actor.

‘Rosemary’s Baby’ due date is set for this summer.

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

Written by: akoerner
Apr 3rd, 2014, 6:43 am

Images courtesy of NBC

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