VIDEO: Watch the Second All New Trailer For Heathers the Musical on Roku

VIDEO: Watch the Second All New Trailer For Heathers the Musical on Roku

September 1st, 2022. Dear Diary: It's Heathers month!

The live capture of the West End hit Heathers: The Musical will be released on September 16th, and today the Roku Channel has released a second sneak peek into the filmed production.

Steam Motion and Sound, who previously filmed musicals such as WaitressAladdin, and Kinky Boots, captured Heathers live in performance back in May at London's The Other Palace Theatre.

Check out the two Heathers trailers that were released ahead of the Roku Channel premiere:




Heathers: The Musical will be coming to The Roku Channel as a Roku Original special. The filmed musical will be released on Friday, September 16th, 2022, and will be available starting at midnight.

The filmed musical will be released first in the US and Canada. An international release is planned and has been announced through the show's social media channels - but a specific release date is still unknown. 

Westerberg High's Veronica Sawyer is just another nobody dreaming of a better day. But when she joins the beautiful and impossibly cruel Heathers, her dreams of popularity may finally come true. Mysterious teen rebel JD teaches her that it might kill to be a nobody, but it is murder being a somebody.

Heathers the Musical is based on the cult 1989 film by Daniel Waters, which gained popularity only in recent years. The show enjoyed two record-breaking seasons at London's The Other Palace and transferred to the Theatre Royal Haymarket in 2018. In parallel to the show's return to the West End, the musical also embarked on its first tour of the UK and Ireland.

The cast for the filmed production includes Ailsa Davidson as Veronica Sawyer, Simon Gordon as J.D, Maddison Firth as Heather Chandler, Vivian Panka as Heather Duke, Teleri Hughes as Heather McNamara, Vicki Lee Taylor as Ms. Fleming/Veronica’s Mom, Mhairi Angus as Martha Dunnstock, Liam Doyle as Kurt Kelly, Rory Phelan as Ram Sweeney, Oliver Brooks as Kurt’s Dad/Big Bud Dean/Coach Ripper, Andy Brady as Ram’s Dad/Principle Gowan/Veronica’s Dad, Benjamin Karran as Beleaguered Geek, Chris Parkinson as Hipster Dork/Officer McCord, Jermaine Woods as Peppy Stud/Officer Milner, Eleanor Morrison Halliday as Young Republicanette, Mary-Jean Caldwell as Stoner Chick, Hannah Lowther as New Wave Party Girl, and May Tether as Drama Club Drama Queen.