Vampire in the Garden | Official Trailer | Netflix

The fateful meeting of a human and the vampire queen may change the world.
From WIT STUDIO and a team of talented creators comes Vampire in the Garden
One cold winter, humanity lost its battle with the vampires, and with it, most of where they called home.
A small population of survivors created a wall of light in a small town to protect them and give them a place to live in peace.
The protagonist, Momo, lives a repressed life but still wishes to coexist with the enemy, the vampires. Fine, the vampire queen, once loved humans and disappeared from the battlefield. As war rages through the humans’ town, the two have a fateful encounter.
Once upon a time, humans and vampires lived in harmony in a place called Paradise. This is the story of a young girl and a vampire on a journey to find Paradise.
Vampire in the Garden premieres May 16th, only on Netflix.

Vampire in the Garden


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Vampire in the Garden | Official Trailer | Netflix

Though mortal enemies, a human girl and a vampire queen set out in search of the paradise where humans and vampires once coexisted in peace.

42 replies
  1. culota
    culota says:

    Coming back to this gem of a trailer after finishing the show. And although my heart was beautifully torn in a thousand pieces, which would probably take a season or two of comedy to recover, I still want to thank everyone involved in this project for gifting us this show.

    Please give us a happy saphhic vampire show next season.

  2. Michael Strawn
    Michael Strawn says:

    The visuals are incredible however the story is lacking in so many ways. It reminds me of Steven Universe, a very good premise with extremely bad execution. I can’t wait for the fan content.

  3. phanzu mavinga
    phanzu mavinga says:

    I just like started crying after watching this. Powerful message. Just reminded me how mixed couple can be viewed as taboo by certains even if real love is really involved.

    No need for season 2. This said it all.

  4. BAG DOG
    BAG DOG says:

    Just finished watching
    I was stunned
    Not only by the amazing incredible world building but also the depth of the character buildings. I feel so complicated after watching this story, the ending leaves me with so much emotions…. just WOW great job on team for making every second in this series so beautiful and heart touching…

  5. KiyokaMakibi
    KiyokaMakibi says:

    I'm going to be that controversial opinion and say it was "okay". Had a great setup, an interesting second, an alright third, and the fourth it seemed to peak. But the finale was weak. It WAS sad the female vamp died I'll give it that, but it just felt rushed, and unfulfilling with some characters/plots.

  6. Vihaan Ramesh
    Vihaan Ramesh says:

    I wish there were more Anime like this. Fast paced, action packed and beautifully animated. This show just proves that with the proper writing, you don't need dozens of episodes to be invested in the characters.


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