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New BBC Thriller 'Get Even' Looks Seriously Chilling

New BBC Thriller 'Get Even' Looks Seriously Chilling

We've been looking to get our teeth into a new telly thriller - and BBC dramas *never* disappoint. Which is why we're excited to hear about new show, Get Even.

The thriller focuses on four teenagers - Kitty, Margot, Bree and Olivia - who come together to expose the bullies within their school.

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To maintain their anonymity, the girls create a secret society, DGM (Don't Get Mad, Get Even) where they target bullies with a series of pranks.

The pranks are intended to expose the bullies' nasty ways, but things turn awry when their latest target, Ronny, ends up dead. Despite doing their best to deliver justice, they find themselves framed for his murder.

Things take a nasty turn for the DGM society (Credit: BBC)
Things take a nasty turn for the DGM society (Credit: BBC)

In a bid to uncover the true killer, the girls embark upon a mission to find the truth. Along the way, they face the usual teenage troubles - first love drama, tests of friendship, not to mention exam stress and coursework deadlines.

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The themes of teen identity and independence are interwoven throughout - and if you're a Pretty Little Liars fan, this could certainly be one for you.


The teaser trailer for the show looks seriously chilling, featuring snippets from the accident as well as the aftermath of the murder.

The 10-part series is adapted from the book by Gretchen McNeil of the same name and is produced by Lucy Martin - who has also worked on the likes of The Worst Witch and Waterloo Road as well as Chapman Maddox (Danger Mouse) and Bob Higgins (The Ricky Gervais Show).

Mia McKenna-Bruce (The Dumping Ground) stars as Bree while Kim Adis plays Kitty, Bethany Antonia is Margot and Jessica Alexander (Penny on M.A.R.S) takes on the role of Olivia.

The full series of Get Even will be available on BBC iPlayer from Saturday 15th February and yes, a binge-watch is 100 per cent on the cards.

Featured Image Credit: BBC

Topics: Entertainment News, BBC, TV News

Lucy Devine

Lucy is a journalist working for Tyla. After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, she has worked in both print and online and is particularly interested in fashion, food, health and women's issues. Northerner, coffee addict, says hun a lot. Get in touch at [email protected]

 

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