Release Date, Cast, Trailer, and Everything You Need to Know

fans of Ryan Murphy and his distinctive approach to horror are a treat! The creator of such iconic works as Nip/tuck, joyand American Horror Story is back with another over the top story. This one revolves around the terrifying and risky world of luxury real estate. Based on a true and unsolved case, it’s unclear if the series will propose natural or supernatural explanations for the terror at 657 Boulevard, but either way we can’t wait to see it. Here’s everything you need to know The Observercoming soon to Netflix. But first, here’s the synopsis:


After the Brannock family moves into their suburban dream home, things quickly turn to hell. Ominous letters from someone who calls himself “The Watcher” are just the beginning as the neighborhood’s dark secrets are revealed.

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A real estate ad-style trailer was uploaded to Netflix on September 9, 2022 Jennifer Coolidge‘s Karen Calhoun guides potential buyers through 657 Boulevard. A fake Zillow listing was also made for the house. The first official trailer was released shortly after, on September 24th. You can watch the clip in the player below to get a better idea of ​​the tone and style The Observer:

When and where can you watch The Watcher?

The Observer is a Netflix limited series, so the streaming giant will be the place to watch. All seven episodes can be viewed on Thursday 13th October 2022. However, the series has a rating of MA, so it might not be a show to watch with the family.

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Who are the cast and crew of The Watcher?

Ryan Murphy serves as co-creator and one of the executive producers of The Observer. the other creator, Ian Brennanhas worked with Murphy on several other projects including joy, rattledand Monsters: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer. On the acting side, this project has also attracted fantastic talent. The role of Maria Broaddus is played by Naomi Watts, who is anything but alien to the horror genre since he played the lead role The ring, Funny Gamesand the new remake of Good night mom. Derek Broaddus is playing Bobby Cannavale. Cannavale’s long list of roles also includes Joe DiMaggio in the recently released Marilyn Monroe biopic BlondIrving in Mister Robotand Tony in Nine perfect strangers.

Recent Emmy winner Jennifer Coolidge is also part of the cast and plays realtor Karen Calhoun. Coolidge won an Emmy for her role in The White Lotus, and while this may have been her first project to win major awards, it was far from her first memorable role. Coolidge is an iconic actress with a loyal following and a long list of brilliant roles. Best known for comedic roles, including in many Christopher Guest‘s mockumentaries, Coolidge is perhaps most recognizable to many as “Stiffler’s mother” from the american cake franchise or as Paulette Bonafonté Parcelle Naturally blond.

Pearl, a neighbor of the Broaddus family, is played Mia Farrow. Farrow is perhaps best known as the leading man in the classic horror film Rosemary’s baby. She was there last Be kind rewind and is also known for her charity work and activism. Esteemed character actress Margo Martindale is there too The Observer, plays Mo, another Broaddus neighbor. Martindale’s work includes parts in The hours, Hannah Montana: The Movie, Justifiedand voicing a fictionalized version of himself BoJack Horseman. Other cast members include Noma Dumezweni, Joe Mantello, Richard Art, Terry Kinney, Christopher McDonald, Michael Nuri, Isabel Gravitt, Henry Jaegerhalleand Luke David Blumm.

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What is the real story behind The Watcher?

The Observer based on a 2018 article in The Cut through Reeves Wiedemann. The article tells the chilling true story of Derek and Maria Broaddus and their young family’s dream home that quickly turned into a nightmare. In 2014, the Broaddus family purchased a beautiful suburban home at 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey. Before they could move in, they received strange and ominous news. Notes describing the Broaddus’ children as “young blood” and that no one can hear them scream when the children play in the basement. The notes were autographed “The Watcher,” and the author claimed to be the latest in a long line of people to have observed the house and its occupants.

It didn’t take long for the local police and the whole neighborhood to get involved. The Broaddus family lived in fear, wondering who was watching them and their children, and viewed all their new neighbors with suspicion. While police thought it was likely a neighbor was behind the letters, there was little they could do without hard evidence. The letters became increasingly strange as the scribe accused the Broaddus family of putting a spell on the house and asked them to let their children stay the night inside. The actual identity of “The Watcher” remains a mystery, and Derek and Maria Broaddus eventually chose to rent out the house rather than live in it themselves (their attempts to sell the house were unsuccessful). While the article ends without a definitive explanation, it’s not hard to see why Ryan Murphy was drawn to the story and the town of Westfield.

Given the chilling premise, it’s no wonder Ryan Murphy was drawn to this story. While Lifetime has made a loose adaptation of the story in the form of their TV movie, also titled The Observer With Erin Cahill and Ed Gathegi, Murphy’s version will likely be significantly different and significantly creepier and over the top. This is the man behind it American Horror Story, after all. We can’t wait to see how Ryan Murphy adapts this chilling true story, or what explanations his series might offer for the ominous notes and menacing behavior that have haunted a family’s dream home.

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