‘LOCKWOOD & CO.’ – Netflix Releases First Look At The Characters Ahead Of The New Series Launching 27 January

Netflix releases brand new images, giving audiences a first look at the world of thrilling new original series, ‘Lockwood & Co.’, which launches on Netflix on 27 January, 2023.

In London, where the most gifted teenage ghost-hunters venture nightly into perilous combat with deadly spirits, amidst the many corporate, adult-run agencies, one stands alone: independent of any commercial imperative or adult supervision – a tiny startup, run by two teenage boys and a newly arrived, supremely psychically gifted girl, a renegade trio destined to unravel a mystery that will change the course of history: Lockwood & Co.

Lockwood & Co. is a thrilling new television series based on the beloved young adult supernatural novels of the same name, written by Jonathan Stroud. 

The action-packed series is written, directed and produced by Joe Cornish (Attack the Block, The Kid Who Would Be King, Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn) and executive produced by Nira Park and Rachael Prior. 

Our leads are three teenagers who are the only members of a small agency, Lockwood & Co.: Lucy Carlyle (Ruby Stokes), a newly-joined psychic investigator; charismatic agency-owner Anthony Lockwood (Cameron Chapman); and genius free-thinking George Karim (Ali Hadji-Heshmati), who’s known as George Cubbins in the books. Together the trio must investigate some of the spookiest and deadliest spectral hauntings in the city.

The lead actors are joined by a sensational mix of supporting cast members including Ivanno Jeremiah, Jack Bandeira, Luke Treadaway, Morven Christie, Hayley Konadu, Rhianna Dorris, Paddy Holland.  

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