Trailer Roundup: Netflix’s First Kill, My Little Pony: Make Your Mark, Apple TV+’s Cha Cha Real Smooth and Starz’s P-Valley

By Rebecca Theodore-Vachon 

Today’s trailer roundup includes Netflix’s First Kill, My Little Pony: Make Your Mark, Apple TV+’s Cha Cha Real Smooth and Starz’s P-Valley Season 2

Imani Lewis and Sarah Catherine Hook star in the vampire hunter drama First Kill, premiering on June 10. When teen vampire Juliette (Hook) decides it’s time to make her first kill to join the ranks of a powerful vampire family, she sets her sights on the new girl in town, Calliope (Lewis). But, unbeknownst to Juliette, Calliope comes from a family of celebrated vampire slayers.


The new dramedy Cha Cha Real Smooth premieres on Apple TV+ on June 17. Cooper Raiff stars in the film as Andrew, a recent college graduate who works as a party starter for bar/bat mitzvahs and strikes up a unique friendship with a young mom, Domino (Dakota Johnson), and her teenage daughter, Lola (Vanessa Burghardt), who has autism. The feature also stars Leslie Mann, Brad Garrett, Evan Assante, Raul Castillo and Colton Osorio. 

The My Little Pony: Make Your Mark special launches on Netflix on May 26. The 44-minute animated special will follow the MANE 5 on a journey of self-discovery and tease an eight-episode series launching in September. Voice talent includes Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Never Have I Ever, Turning Red), Jenna Warren (Kody Kapow), JJ Gerber (Monster Pack), Ana Sani (The Boys), AJ Bridel (Odd Squad) and Bahia Watson (The Handmaid’s Tale).

P-Valley returns for a second season on Starz on June 3. The series premiere will drop at midnight on the Starz app, Starz streaming and video on demand platforms. On linear, it will debut on the Starz channel on June 3 at 9 p.m. EST with new episodes every Sunday at 10 p.m. EST. Season 2 will reveal a new Pynk nightclub as it struggles to remain open during a pandemic, a power play for the throne and new talent in the mix. Returning cast includes Nicco Annan, Elarica Johnson, Brandee Evans, Shannon Thornton, J. Alphonse Nicholson, Parker Sawyers, Harriet D. Foy, Dan J. Johnson, Morocco Omari, Dominic DeVore, Tyler Lepley and Jordan M. Cox.