Peacock They/Them: Plot, Cast, Everything Else You Need To Know

People are claiming Peacock’s “They/Them” to be an LGBTQ+ Horror Masterpiece, and it is rightfully so. Well, it is not your typical horror plot but something different that makes the audiences believe Peacock’s “They/Them” is one of the best films ever. With John Logan’s directorial debut which has two Tony nominations, Jason Blum and Michael Aguilar trusted his vision and produced it. Peacock’s “They/Them” has set new standards for films suggesting how a film should be made. So, why is there so much hype? We will know everything about Peacock’s “They/Them ”.

When Will Peacock’s “They/Them” Be Released?

Peacock’s “They/Them” release date is 5th August 2022. It will exclusively be available on NBC’s Peacock. So, you can start watching it without missing a bit.

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The Plot of Peacock’s “They/Them”: Dissecting The Trailer

Peacock’s “They/Them” will be forcing you to reimagine the summer camp that you have always loved to attempt. At Whistler Camp, the owner Owen Whistler promises the students that they are in for a great week. This camp is listed as a gay conversion camp but as the synopsis suggests, Whistler states to the group that the camp “can’t make them straight, but he might be able to help with any of the bullying they’ve faced or the feelings they have”.

Of course, there is something fishy and suspicious about this. The trailer shows how the teens are subjected to group therapy sessions and solo meetings where they are forced to talk about their identity, orientations and more. Soon, the group realizes that things aren’t going as Owen claimed them to be. One of the characters, Veronicas, stated that she doesn’t understand anything that is going on at the camp and stated that they would  “understand it a lot more if there was Bible-thumping and queer-bashing.” 

As the trailer of Peacock’s “They/Them” progresses, we get to see how the teens are trying to survive in this camp. They discover photographs that suggest that the camp was on a hunt for finding them for a long time. Soon, the Whistler Camp turns out to be a horror place. 

Peacock’s “They/Them” shows us the transition of how an odd therapist turned out to be a masked killer, even breaking car windows. The teens are scared for their life. But will they survive, or is there any other loop in the story? Peacock’s “They/Them” will make the audiences fear for the life of the campers who just thought about having a peaceful summer camp. So, who will be dead and who will be free? Watch Peacock’s “They/Them” to know the entire story.

The Cast of Peacock’s “They/Them”

Prolific cast members you have seen on big and small screens are a part of the crazy journey of Peacock’s “They/Them”.  Kevin Bacon will be seen as Owen Whistler. He is someone who is a master in horror films and did many scary movies. One of his top non-horror projects was “X-Men: First Class”. But who else will be joining the Whistler Camp? Here is the list of the cast of Peacock’s “They/Them” you need to know about:

Peacock TheyThem cast
Peacock They/Them cast
  • Carrie Preston (To the Bone, Claws)
  • Quei Tann (How to Get Away with Murder) as Alexandra
  • Anna Chlumsky (Inventing Anna, Veep) playing Molly
  • Mark Ashworth (Fear Street: Part Three – 1666) for Balthazar
  • Theo Germaine (The Politician) for Jordan
  • Jack Caron for the role of Kane
  • Juan De Jesus as Robert
  • Hayley Griffith for Sarah
  • Austin Crute (Booksmart) playing Toby
  • Destiny Freeman will be seen as Lar
  • Monique Kim (What/If) for Veronica
  • Boone Platt (The Gray Man, Black Lightning) as Zane
  • Noelle Cameron playing Amy
  • Anna Lore (All American) as Kim
  • Cooper Koch for Stu
  • Darwin del Fabro (Dangerous Liaisons) as Gabriel

One interesting fact, Peacock’s “They/Them” was originally titled “Whister Camp”. Then it was changed to “Rejoice” when Logan announced it during production. Finally, when Peacock signed the film in October, Peacock’s “They/Them” title was confirmed.

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Logan described the film as, “They/Them” has been germinating within me my whole life. I’ve loved horror movies for as long as I can remember, I think because monsters represent ‘the other’ and as a gay kid, I felt a powerful sense of kinship with those characters who were different, outlawed, or forbidden. I wanted to make a movie that celebrates queerness, with characters that I never saw when I was growing up. When people walk away from the movie, I hope they’re going to remember the incredible love that these kids have for each other and how that love needs to be protected and celebrated.”

So, who all are planning to watch Peacock’s “They/Them” as soon as it gets released?

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