Ready for 'The Prom'? Netflix Debuts Trailer for Star-Studded Musical

Meryl Streep-led ensemble production arrives Dec. 11 on Netflix

Netflix just dropped the trailer for its ensemble musical “The Prom.”

Based on the Broadway production of the same name, “The Prom” follows an Indiana teenager who wants to bring her girlfriend to her school’s prom. After they are banned from attending, a group comes together to fight the injustice.

Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Keegan-Michael Key, Andrew Rannells, Jo Ellen Pellman, Ariana Debose, Tracey Ullman, Kevin Chamberlin, Mary Kay Place, Nico Greetham, Logan Riley, Nathaniel J. Potvin, Sofia Deler and Kerry Washington star.

Ryan Murphy will direct and produce. Other producers include Alexis Woodall and the Broadway musical’s producers, Bill Damaschke and Dori Berinstein. More of the stage show’s creative team is coming over to help on the TV movie adaptation, with Bob Martin and Chad Beguelin writing the script and Beguelin and Matthew Sklar handling music and lyrics, which are based on an original concept by Jack Viertel.

“The Prom” will hit Netflix on Dec. 11.

Watch the teaser above, and check out some other images from the film below:

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  • “Tales From the Crypt” (1989)

    Another anthology series, “Tales From the Crypt” ran on HBO for seven seasons between 1989 and 1996, during which time it became famous for its wisecracking host, The Crypt Keeper, voiced by John Kassir.


  • “The X-Files” (1993)

    Spanning nine seasons, Fox’s “The X-Files” was revived in 2008 for a film, “The X-Files: I Want to Believe” and for a six-episode event series in 2016.


  • “Masters of Horror” (2005)

    Each episode of Showtime’s anthology horror series was directed by a different one of creator Mick Garris’ director friends. The series featured episodes from John Carpenter, Joe Dante and Tobe Hooper.


  • “Harper’s Island” (2009)

    “Harper’s Island” received disappointing ratings upon its premiere in 2009, but the series had its die-hard fans. Viewers were encouraged to play along and try to solve the show’s central mystery as more and more characters were killed off each week.


  • “The Walking Dead” (2010)

    AMC’s zombie apocalypse series based on the comic book series by Robert Kirkman was a huge hit for the cable network, becoming the top-rated television program in the 18-49 demographic for its fifth season and spawning an undead companion series “Fear of the Walking Dead” for 2015.


  • “American Horror Story” (2011)

    Ryan Murphy’s FX series follows in the tradition of horror anthology TV series, with the same cast playing different characters in a different story each season. Repertory player Jessica Lange bowed out for the fifth season, but Matt Bomer and Lady Gaga joined returning players Sarah Paulson and Emma Roberts for “American Horror Story: Hotel.”


  • “Hannibal” (2013)

    NBC’s prequel series to 1991’s cannibal movie “Silence of the Lambs” was a low-rated cult hit for much of its run before being canceled after its third season.


  • “Penny Dreadful” (2014)

    Showtime’s period horror drama “Penny Dreadful,” which takes its name from a type of cheap sensationalist fiction published in 19th-century Britain, adapts its characters from classic works of fiction, including Oscar Wilde’s “The Picture of Dorian Gray” and Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.”


  • “The Strain” (2014)

    Despite facing controversy for a disgusting billboard campaign, FX’s vampire horror series “The Strain” was a success upon its debut, earning it a second season renewal.


  • “Scream” (2015)

    MTV’s television adaptation of the classic slasher franchise that starred Neve Campbell and Courteney Cox features a whole new cast, a new killer and a new mask.


  • “Ash vs. Evil Dead” (2015)

    The Starz series serves as a fourth installment in Sam Raimi’s “Evil Dead” franchise, and stars Bruce Campbell as Ash Willams, reprising his role from the film series.


  • “Scream Queens” (2015)

    The horror-comedy anthology series from “Glee” trio Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan earned a straight-to-series order from Fox for a fall 2015 premiere. The series stars Lea Michele, Emma Roberts and Abigail Breslin as sorority girls threatened by a series of campus murders.


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