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'I Am Not Okay With This': Netflix Debuts Trailer For New Series From 'Stranger Things' Producers

'I Am Not Okay With This': Netflix Debuts Trailer For New Series From 'Stranger Things' Producers
February 17, 2020 - 19:15 / Lucas Anderson

Netflix today debuted the first official trailer for I Am Not Okay with This. The new series is a science-fiction comedy from the producers of Stranger Things! It premieres next Wednesday, February 26. Watch the trailer here!

I Am Not Okay with This debuts on Netflix next week! It's a science-fiction comedy series starring Sophia Lillis as high school student who discovers she has mysterious superpowers. 

Check out the first official trailer for I Am Not Okay with This!

I Am Not Okay with This: Watch the first official trailer

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Stranger Things producers bring the new series to Netflix

I Am Not Okay with This is based on a graphic novel of the same name by Charles Forsman. The series is created by Jonathan Entwistle, who previously adapted Forsman's work in the British TV series The End of the F***ing World

The producers of Stranger Things (which recently shared a teaser for its upcoming 4th season) are behind I Am Not Okay with This

The young actors Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff lead the series. Both are known for their roles in the recent It franchise of horror films.

Sophia Lillis attends a Special Screening of "Gretel & Hansel" on January 22, 2020.

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Watch Netflix's I Am Not Okay with This next week!

The show's first trailer reveals elements of teenage angst, drama, and romance. But I Am Not Okay with This, of course, enlivens these genres with an additional touch of superpowers!

Watch for I Am Not Okay with This when it begins streaming on Netflix next Wednesday, February 26! The streaming service just might have another Stranger Things ready for its audience.