‘Chambers’ is an American supernatural series that airs on Netflix. The show first premiered on the streaming network on April 26, 2019. Created by Leah Rachel, the series manages to blend elements of psychological horror, a bit of body horror, drama, mystery, and thriller into a heady cocktail that leaves viewers on the edge of their seats. Akela Cooper serves as the showrunner, while Super Deluxe and Super Emotional are the companies backing the project. Leah Rachel, Stephen Gaghan, Akela Cooper, Jennifer Yale, Wolfgang Hammer, Winnie Kemp, and Alfonso Gomez-Rejon are on board as the executive producers.
The show revolves around a girl who survives a heart transplant, only to begin to develop the personality traits of the person whose heart beats in her chest. As the story unfolds, she begins to believe that the donor’s death may not have been all that natural, and she might now be possessed by the dead donor. Needless to say, with a narrative as intriguing as this, audiences were drawn to the show. However, some critics felt that the story could have been neatly packaged into a movie instead of letting it drag on as a series.
Chambers Cast: Who is in it?
The main cast of ‘Chambers’ includes:
Sivan Alyra Rose stars as the protagonist Sasha Yazzie, a 17-year-old girl, who receives the heart transplant before realizing her new lease on life might come with its set of supernatural terms and conditions. Lilliya Reid appears as Becky Lefevre, who was the prom queen at a posh school, before dying mysteriously, and becoming the donor.
The really well-known cast members of the show are Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn. They play the roles of Nancy and Ben Lefevre, the parents of Becky. Uma is, of course, best known for her frequent collaborations with acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino and appeared in the both the ‘Kill Bill’ movies, and ‘Pulp Fiction’. She also recently appeared in Lars Von Trier’s deliciously controversial exploration of art, ethics, and aesthetics, that is, ‘The House That Jack Built’.