All-New Limited Series ‘Bodies’ Coming in October 2023: Soon to Hit Netflix!

Heather McKeever

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Bodies Netflix Limited Series: October 2023 Release & Everything We Know

The first movie for the Netflix crime show Bodies came out on August 31. Fans of this type have liked what has been shown so far. Here are our thoughts on the movie Bodies. The video for Bodies makes it look like it is both a police drama with a lot of mystery and a psychological movie with a lot of mystery.

Based on the same-named DC comic book written by Si Spencer and drawn by Dean Ormston, Phil Winslade, Tula Lotay, Meghan Hetrick, and Lee Loughridge, this one-of-a-kind psychological crime story is on Netflix. When you read the official summary of the show Bodies, you’ll want to watch it.

In the movie “Bodies,” it says, “Four police officers from different times find the body of the same murder victim in Whitechapel, London.

Soon, they find out that their studies have put them in the middle of a strange plan that has been going on for more than 150 years. The first episode of Bodies will be on Netflix on October 19, 2023. It will have eight one-hour shows that will all air at the same time.

When is the All-New Limited Series Bodies Releasing on Netflix?

Bodies is a thrilling, huge crime show that will be available on Netflix all over the world in October 2023. It is based on the 2015 visual novel by Si Spencer with the same name. In the story of Bodies, four London police officers from different times are all looking into the same death. They find out about a plan that was made in the 1800s.

The same person made “Bodies” as well as “No Offense” and “Torchwood.” There will only be eight episodes of the show on Netflix. Marco Kreutzpaintner (Beat, Extinction, Soulmates) and Haolu Wang (Doctor Who, The Pregnant Ground, Lao Wai) will direct the shows. Tomalin and Danusia Samal (Gangs of London) will write the scripts for Bodies.

Bodies Netflix Limited Series: October 2023 Release & Everything We Know

Along with Kreutzpaintner and the founders of Moonage, Will Gould, and Frith Tiplady, Tomalin is a top producer on the show.

The show is being run by Susie Liggat. She worked on the BBC and Netflix show Giri/Haji. Before the show came out, it was called “Project IV,” and we heard about it for the first time in November 2021 (with an update in January 2022). The teaser movie is shown here for the first time.

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