Another comedian who jumps into the screen which is one of the good things: sweet tooth, or also deer boyNetflix series inspired by the story written by Jeff LimereThis week, it will emerge as a certain possibility among the first bets on streaming services.
Ten years ago, a cataclysmic event wreaked havoc on the world and caused the mysterious appearance of hybrids: Newborns are part of humans and animals. Although it is not known for certain whether hybrids are the cause or effect of the virus, many humans fear and haunt them.
After a decade of secluded solitude in his home in the woods, a boy-deer hybrid named Gus (Christian Convery) befriends a lonely wanderer Gibberd (Nunsu Anuzi).
Together, they embark on an extraordinary adventure across the rest of the country in search of answers: On Joss’ origins, Gibbard’s past, and the true meaning of home.
But his story is full of unexpected friends and foes, and Gus soon learns that the vast and dangerous world that lies outside the woods is more complex than he ever imagined.
Day and time: when sweet tooth In Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and the rest of Latin America?
The jump to the small screen of the popular graphic novel published by DC Comics can be seen from This Friday, June 4 on Netflix.
Episodes will appear on the streaming platform at different times depending on which country you are in:
⁃ 00:00 hours: United States (Pacific)
⁃ 01:00 hours: Mexico
⁃ 02:00: Peru, Colombia
⁃ 03:00 hours: Chile, Venezuela and the United States (Atlantic)
⁃ 04:00 hours: Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay
⁃ 07:00 hours: Portugal, United Kingdom
⁃ 8:00: Spain, Italy, France
SWEET TOOTH debut Tweet embed This Friday! Thanks to everyone who came to the virtual premiere tonight! If you dig the show, be sure to check out the comics too! #sweet tooth pic.twitter.com/tqtgybfDpn
– Jeff Lemire
June 3, 2021
Online: Where to broadcast sweet tooth In Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and the rest of Latin America?
The series, starring Christian Convery and Nunsu Anozzi, is available exclusively on Netflix And you’ll be able to see it if you have a streaming service subscription.