7.2
328 votes
First Kill

First Kill

Netflix 2022

Falling in love is tricky for teens Juliette and Calliope: One's a vampire, the other's a vampire hunter — and both are ready to make their first kill.

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The 10 Best Episodes of First Kill

First Kill - S1E7

#1 - First Goodbye

7.68

Season 1 - Episode 7

Rising tensions in Savannah put Cal and Juliette in jeopardy. Theo digs for information about his past before joining Apollo on an ill-fated mission.

The episode was rated from 40 votes.

First Kill - S1E3

#2 - First Sight

7.64

Season 1 - Episode 3

Juliette bites off more than she can chew ahead of her big night, while Cal feels a knot of unease as her family prepares for a risky vampire hunt.

The episode was rated from 67 votes.

First Kill - S1E4

#3 - First Date

7.60

Season 1 - Episode 4

Juliette and Cal contend with a common enemy amid the chaos of the consecration ceremony as sides are chosen, deals are made and milestones reached.

The episode was rated from 62 votes.

First Kill - S1E8

#4 - First Betrayal

7.59

Season 1 - Episode 8

Blood flows and betrayal burns after a shocking turn of events leaves devastation in its wake - and tests the bonds of love between Cal and Juliette.

The episode was rated from 37 votes.

First Kill - S1E2

#5 - First Blood

7.56

Season 1 - Episode 2

The shocking aftermath of Noah’s party sparks more questions than answers. Juliette’s mother jumps to conclusions. A monster zeroes in on Cal’s family.

The episode was rated from 79 votes.

First Kill - S1E6

#6 - First Severing

7.43

Season 1 - Episode 6

Efforts to keep Juliette and Cal apart escalate as their wary families reach a mutual understanding during a murder investigation.

The episode was rated from 44 votes.

First Kill - S1E1

#7 - First Kiss

7.37

Season 1 - Episode 1

Under pressure from her parents to swap her blood pills for the real thing, Juliette sets her sights on new girl Cal, who has her own family business.

The episode was rated from 102 votes.

First Kill - S1E5

#8 - First Love

7.36

Season 1 - Episode 5

Cal and Juliette have a heart-to-heart after seeking a safe haven. A strange threat stalks the school. Negotiations over Elinor’s future turn cutthroat.

The episode was rated from 53 votes.

Last updated: jul 04, 2022

Comments

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oh absolutely. 5/5 a total masterpiece fuck the gossip!

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non-spoiler initial thoughts this show is AMAZING! super well-written, tight paced, really great music selection, visuals, acting, etc there is ACTUAL character growth and complexity in this show, so if the basic romeo and juliet storyline for the first two episodes seems kinda meh just know that it goes WAY deeper than that as the show progresses there are some pretty complex character and storyline interactions here and they're all excellently done

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Netflix better renew this, love it. getting addicted to characters more

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Very cliché. Even cringeworthy at times. The queer characters saved it. If it were just your ordinary straight tv show ,i would have probably stopped watching after the first episode.

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I’ll begin with a disclaimer. I am not the target audience for this series, which I’m guessing are people born in this millennium, so some of the areas I had trouble with will actually be a plus for the target audience. The music, for example, I found to be loud and distracting. I kept muting it until I knew there was dialogue. Otherwise, the heart of this series is the couple and the context is the star crossed lovers of two house who are sworn enemies. The charm of the series rests entirely on Sarah Catherine Hook. Everything else would have been a colossal crash had they not cast her, her adorableness and talent saved the day. There are some bright spots in the supporting cast, but, by and large, the acting is uneven. The writing is all over the place, the characters are poorly drawn and the story arc often gets lost in translation. Basically, the audience that stays are there for the love story. I give this series a 6.5 (good in parts) out of 10. [Supernatural Romance]

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After 2 episodes: Main couple has great chemistry, [spoiler] though you could tell everything from the huntress girl's face. So the twist that she knew all along wasn't a twist at all and I was shocked that they felt they need to do everything from her perspective so ppl knew she knew. [/spoiler] Also, for very old vampires, the adults including the sister are so dumb/naive. [spoiler] Idk, this whole liver thing, I was 100% sure they're going to start believing she didn't kill her but somehow they were more convinced?! Like how?! Even with the mention of the brother I don't think he could be acting like her but doing such stuff so I find sooooo unbelieveble I couldn't watch. [/spoiler] If it were a straight main couple I don't think I would be watching passed that point but well... I crave anything sapphic and I really want to give credit to the main actressess which are still unknown. UPDATE after whole season: first and last episodes were the best, so the showrunners know how to make an impression, also [spoiler] I'm so disappointed that they stick to making Oliver bad, I really liked the twist with him not being responsible and I hoped they gonna leave it at that. I get that he might want the revenge but his last words about power wasn't that logical for me. Nevertheless, I didn't want him to be the bad one after the reveal of his past. [/spoiler] About the point with adults being dumb, it somehow vanished BUT there were so many moments when sth was revealed or sth just happened and I wondered how a person would react to this or if someone did sth I wondered "well, they still dont know about *this*" at it was revealed in the next convo that the adult already knows it. Like, it infuriated me not only bc it wasn't shown that the person get to know it but also it wasn't revealed HOW the heck they get to know the things. The least infurationg example is after [spoiler] Juliette's First Kill it wasn't even mentioned. The first thing is that in one ep the whole family believed she killed viciously and were afraid that she might be a murderer, then after 2 eps of lies Margot says that she knew all along that Juliette didn't kill anyone, and just another ep after that Juliette is after the First Kill, happy strong and without even hiding it and noone from the family asked who the heck she killed, only to be revealed at the 7/8 ep that she buried the body and Margot being shocked at the stupid idea. [/spoiler] LIKE WTF!!! Idk if I just ask for too much logical behavior from a YA tv show after all those Riverdales and Gossip Girl and whatnots but jesus the parents are supposed to be old vampires !!!! HAVE SOME INTELLECT!!! If you can turn off your brain maybe youll survive this.

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They couldn’t find anyone who knew how to sing to do the intro?

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Started off kinda fun but went downhill, the ending really didn't do it for me

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