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Rosemary's Baby

Series Summary
After a personal tragedy, Guy and Rosemary look to get a fresh start by moving to Paris. When the married young couple land an apartment with a haunted past, the upscale address and the comfort they find in new neighbors Roman and Margaux Castevet blurs the history. Settled in and with Guy's career taking off, the couple conceive, but Rosemary's health begins to decline and, over time, the terrible truth about the baby -- and the people they welcomed into their life -- comes to light.

Air Dates: 2014 - Present

Genres: Miniseries, Horror

Network: NBC

  • Night 2 May 15, 2014

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    As Guy finds success, Rosemary's health declines during the course of her pregnancy; Roman and Margaux take a peculiar interest in the couple.

  • Night 1 May 11, 2014

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    After a personal tragedy, Rosemary and Guy head to Paris, where Guy has landed a teaching job at the Sorbonne; the young couple realize their new apartment has a haunted past.

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  • Roman and Margaux Castavet (scene-stealing Jason Isaacs and Carole Bouquet, the best reasons to tune in). Closer in tone to ABC's failed 666 Park Avenue homage than to Roman Polanski's still-haunting 1968 adaptation, this Baby isn't likely to keep you at night. show more

  • Nothing is remotely atmospheric, death scenes are predictable and boringly filmed, the best friend character might as well be wearing a red shirt, and the dialogue and plotting are horrendously executed. show more

  • The style, or lack thereof, works against the tale of psychological terrors to the point that the whole thing feels like a rebuke. show more

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