Amazon Prime has released a new trailer for the series I Know What You Did Last Summer, which is an adaptation of the novel by Lois Duncan. Best known for its 1997 film adaptation, I Know What You Did Last Summer Follows a group of teenagers who are chased by a brutal killer after they decide to hide a fatal car accident that claimed the lives of innocent people.
Trailer I Know What You Did Last Summer gives us a glimpse of the night that changed the lives of a group of teenagers, who accidentally killed someone with their car. However, despite trying to cover up their wrongdoing, the incident comes back to haunt them in the form of an unknown serial killer, who somehow seems to know about the accident.
This mystery thriller series is written and produced by Sara Goodman and stars Madison Iseman (Jumanji: The Next Level), Bill Heck (I’m Your Woman), Brianne Tju (Light as a Feather), Ezekiel Goodman, Ashley Moore (Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping), Sebastian Amoruso (Solve), Fiona Rene ( Stumptown), Cassie Beck (Connecting), and Brooke Bloom (Homecoming).
This is the synopsis of the series I Know What You Did Last Summer:
“One year after a fatal car accident that haunts their graduation night, a group of teenagers find themselves bound together by a dark secret and stalked by a brutal killer. As they try to uncover who’s after them, they reveal the dark side of a seemingly perfect city — and themselves. Everyone is hiding something, and revealing the wrong secret can be fatal.”
For information, the first film directed by Jim Gillespie at that time starred Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze, Jr., Ryan Phillippe and Johnny Galecki. The story of the film begins after an accident on a winding road that results in the death of a man. Four teenagers threw the bodies of their victims into the sea. One year later, the dead man returns from his water grave to seek revenge. It was a huge success, earning $125 million at the box office. After the success of the 1997 film, the story then got a sequel entitled I Still Know What You Did Last Summer in 1998, and the direct-to-video sequel, I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer in 2006.