Dimension 20: Neverafter Trailer

Dimension 20: Neverafter Trailer

Not all fairy tales end with a happily ever after. Premieres November 30th on Dropout. FAQ here: https://bit.ly/D20NeverafterFAQ

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43 Responses

  1. Hallie Ramos says:

    Was not expecting a horror season but this looks dope.

  2. 10000Winters says:

    Emily approaches every season like there is anOscar she’s competing for. She deserves SOME kind of award.

  3. Elizabeth Harris says:

    The editing job on this trailer is IN-CREDIBLE!

  4. Giulia Panzica says:

    dropout is truly the ONLY streaming service that’s worth the money… SO MUCH new content and it’s all always incredible

  5. Sovash Chetty says:

    The amount of content I’ve got out of Dropout for the price I’ve paid is truly insane. I don’t know how they pulled it off but I’m so glad CollegeHumor lived on.

  6. cayden quintana says:

    i’m so excited for this, a fairytale horror season??? this looks insane!!!

  7. liddad says:

    I’m so glad they’re continuing to project stuff on to the dome in this season

  8. BoneWulfe says:

    You let Brennan off his leash, holy shit this is going to be incredible! That intro was “and keep in mind while introducing yourself” vibes all over again

  9. Mr. Orc says:

    Lou’s voice for Pinocchio is going to be the death of me, I don’t know if I can handle laughing that much

  10. Sofus Rasmussen says:

    I love how the dome went from changing from blue to red under combat, to there being smoke effects, the stag background in Misfits and magic, the fireworks in a court of fey and flowers. The actors, brennan, producers and designers obviously deserve every ounce of credit they get and more, but the special effects team seems absurdly under-appreciated, because as far as I recall from the Fantasy high BTS videos, it started out as being… just lamps, and now it looks almost like a big dome of weird triangular screens interconnected to form the greatest background a d&d show could have. Truly looking so much forward to seeing you all play a horror-setting, and looking most forward to Lou upholding Pinocchio’s voice for what will hopefully be a very long season.

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