"Them" is an American horror drama streaming television anthology series directed by Little Marvin.
The starring cast includes Deborah Ayorinde as Livia "Lucky" Emory, Ashley Thomas as Henry Emory, Shahadi Wright Joseph as Ruby Lee Emory, Alison Pill as Betty Wendell, Ryan Kwanten as George Bell, Melody Hurd as Gracie Emory, Javier Botet, Percy Hynes White as Davis Selby, Derek Phillips as Sgt. Bull Wheatley, P.J. Byrne as Stu Berks and others.

Here are "Them" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Them TV series?

Amazon Prime Video on Monday, March 22, 2021 released the trailer for "Them" you can watch here:
THEM - Official Trailer | Prime Video.

Plot summary

What is Them TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Them" TV series plot summary.

Set in 1953, Them: Covenant follows a Black family who, during the Second Great Migration, moves from North Carolina to an all-white neighborhood in Los Angeles. The family's idyllic home slowly transforms into an epicenter of evil forces, next-door and otherworldly, that threaten to taunt, ravage and destroy them.


Who plays who in the Them TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Them" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Deborah Ayorinde  as Livia "Lucky" Emory
Ashley Thomas  as Henry Emory
Shahadi Wright Joseph  as Ruby Lee Emory
Alison Pill  as Betty Wendell
Ryan Kwanten  as George Bell
Melody Hurd  as Gracie Emory
Javier Botet
Percy Hynes White  as Davis Selby
Derek Phillips  as Sgt. Bull Wheatley
P.J. Byrne  as Stu Berks
Jeremiah Birkett
Anika Noni Rose  as Ella Mae
Sophie Guest  as Doris
Christopher Heyerdahl  as Hiram Epps
Liam McIntyre  as Clarke Wendell
Abbie Cobb  as Nat Dixon
Pat Healy  as Marty
John Patrick Jordan  as Earl Denton
Natalie Britton  as Dottie
Nick La Croix  as Civil Engineer
Regina McKee Redwing  as Aunt Mary
Bailey Noble  as Marlene
Kim Shaw  as Carol Lynn Denton
Easton Alexeyev  as Cheersquad #4
Zack Daly  as Roger
Moe Irvin  as Roland Johnson
Ryan Kennedy  as Gary
Mia Komsky  as Dina
Lindsey Kraft  as Midge
Stacy Lafay  as Mae
Barry Livingston  as Real Estate Commissioner
Malcolm M. Mays  as Calvin
Peyton Nicole Morton  as Nancy
Gracen Newton
V Nixie  as Contortionist Cheerleader
Paula Jai Parker  as Hazel
Kari Perdue  as Janet
Mike Rad  as Man #1
Dean Rader-Duval
Zakary Risinger  as Tommy Denton
Tim Russ  as The Custodian
Timothy Ware-Hill  as John Black
Spencer Watson  as Barry Reed
David Alen  as Tired Bus Driver
Alicia-Lee  as Well-Dressed Mother
Brielle Angelique  as Cheersquad #1
Virginia Asbury  as Eidolon Woman #2
Erik Aude  as Farmer
Lisa Banes  as Esther Haber
Riley Baron  as Officer Byrne
Max Barsness  as Dale Pruitt
Ilana Becker  as Greta
Michael Vincent Berry  as MAN #2
Sarah Bibbo  as Cheerleader
Leroy Bieber  as Eidolon Elder
J. Paul Boehmer  as James
Roz Browne  as Dinner Guest
Dominic Burgess
Mickey Cassidy  as Compton Police
Flor de Maria Chahua  as Consuela
Justin Claiborne  as Carlisle Beaumont
Scarlet Cummings  as White Girl #1
Dale Dickey  as Woman
Ally Dixon  as Bus Stop Girl
Kyle Eastman  as Len
Clinton Roper Elledge  as Random Comptonite #3
Van Epperson  as Banker
Yvette Fazio-Delaney  as Eidolon woman
Tom Fitzpatrick  as Clerk
Katie Franqueira  as White Girl #2
M.J. George  as Delroy
Atika Greene  as Dinner Guest #2
Nick Greene  as Neighborhood Man
Kyle Grossmeyer  as Jock #2
Melinda Page Hamilton  as Sara
Sophie Hannah  as White Girl #6
Michael Harney  as Otto Haber
Marissa Heart  as Doris Cheerleader
Megan Hensley  as Fenna
Summera Howell  as Cora
Cranston Johnson  as Grafton
Shaw Jones  as City Planner
Christine Jung  as White Girl #7
Jamie H. Jung  as Costar
Bonita King  as Dutch Quilter
Sophie Lamzik  as White Girl #3
Logan Langevin  as Jock
Simone Leanora  as Rosalie
Bobbie Lee Jr.  as Woody
Marissa Madsen  as Neighborhood Woman
Kyrie Mcalpin  as Young Ruby Lee
Kristi McKamie  as Wife #2
Sarah Minnich  as Maude
Christopher Murray  as Murray
Katherine Pegova  as White Girl #12
Devyn Placide  as Eddie
Daniel Robbins  as Man in Car
Kelsi Roberts  as Woman number 1
Urian Ross  as Disfigured Soldier
Jon Ryckman  as Sears Deliveryman
Samantha Sherman  as Marjorie Wallinger
Gene Silvers  as Elder Luther
J. Nathan Simmons  as Older Eidolon Man
Rachel Singer  as Older Eidolon Woman
Scott Alan Smith  as Fuller
Nicole Stanton  as Pink Hat Lady
William Sterchi  as Older Eidolan Man
Michael E. Stogner  as Eidolon Elder
Paul David Story  as Officer Rollins
David Terrell  as Shorty
Avery Tribe  as Class Room Student
Abigail Vargas  as Cheersquad #6
Jennifer Vincent  as April
John West Jr.  as Grady


What are Them filming details?

"Them" series are produced by Amazon Studios, Sony Pictures Television and Vertigo Entertainment.

Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Them TV series?

"Them" TV series got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 4.6/10.

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