Detention, the transposition of the game by Red Candle Games arrives on Netflix

Detention, the transposition of the game by Red Candle Games arrives on Netflix
Netflix has released the first season of the horror series Detention, taken from the video game of the same name by Red Candle Games, a Taiwanese studio also known for the Devotion scandal, which has not yet returned.

In addition to Netflix, to give news of the launch of the Detention series was Red Candle herself in a tweet, where she also announced that she was working on a new, undefined game.



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The first season of Detention consists of eight episodes. Currently only two are available. The others will be released at the rate of two per week. The latest will arrive on December 26th.

This is the official synopsis of the series:

As betrayal and a supernatural encounter turn her life upside down, a troubled student uncovers the disturbing secrets of the lost high school she attends .

It's not the first time that Detention gets a film adaptation: in 2019 Warner Bros. Taiwan released a movie based on the video game starring Gingle Wang.

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