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LOOK: Screenshots from new ‘Trese’ anime teaser and release date surface online

By Kara Santos Published May 20, 2021 11:31 am Updated May 20, 2021 3:36 pm

Screenshots and footage from the first teaser trailer ofTrese, the highly-anticipated anime series based on the award-winning Philippine comic book, have surfaced online.

The official Facebook page of Trese Comicsand excited netizens shared screengrabs from the first teaser trailer video released in the U.S., giving fans a look at what to expect from the show.

The original "New on Netflix" feature for June 2021 in the U.S. is region-locked, but fans were quick to reshare the footage and screengrabs via social media from the U.S. release.

Trese is also listed with a release date of June 11 in the U.S. streaming giant’s “What to Watch” list for next month.

The upcoming anime series is based on the fantasy, crime-horror comic book created by Budjette Tan and Kajo Baldisimo.The story, which is set in Manila, follows Alexandra Trese, a detective who deals with crimes of supernatural origin in a city where mythical creatures of Philippine folklore live in hiding among humans.

Fans previously just got a sneak peek of Trese in a snippet reel of upcoming anime shows coming in 2021 last April with a quick shot at the very end of the minute-long video, but no release date was announced.

Following the clip's release online, Netflix Philippines’ shared a longer promo video for new shows streaming this June 2021, confirming that the original anime series would stream next month in the Philippines.

Netflix Philippines also shared a Filipino poem on their Twitter and Facebook account captioned "Tabi-Tabi po" teasing the possible release of a teaser or trailer at 9:00 pm tomorrow.

“Bukas ng alas nuwebe, sabi ng isang duwende: ‘Buksan ang iyong mata, talasan ang tainga.’ Mayroong hiwagang bumabalot sa patikim na paparating — Hindi mo pa natutuklasan, at maaaring hindi inaasahan. Wag kalimutang bigkasing ang mga katagang: ‘Tabi-tabi po,'” the poem reads.

Tresewill premiere on Netflix on June 11, 2021.

(Images via Next Comic Art/Trese Comics/Netflix)