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Heathers is an American black comedy television series, created by Jason Micallef, that premiered on October 25, 2018, on Paramount Network. Its first season, a modern-day reboot of the 1988 film of the same name written by Daniel Waters, follows high school student Veronica Sawyer (played by Grace Victoria Cox) and her conflicts with a self-titled clique consisting of three fellow students who share the name Heather. The series has been intended to be an anthology, with each season taking place in an entirely different setting than the original film.

Created byJason Micallef
Based onHeathers
by Daniel Waters
Composer(s)Chris Alan Lee
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • Keith Raskin
  • Kenneth Silverstein
  • Linda Morel
  • Adam Silver
  • David McGrory
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time32–42 minutes
Production company(s)
Original network
First shown inEurope (selected territories)
Original releaseJuly 11 (2018-07-11) –
July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
External links
Official website

The series was originally in development for TV Land, but it was moved to the 2018 launch slate for its re-branded sister network Paramount Network, with a premiere scheduled for March 2018. In the wake of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting and the program's subject matter, Paramount Network delayed the premiere to July 2018. However, on June 1, 2018, Paramount Network's parent company Viacom dropped Heathers entirely due to continued concern for its content.

Despite the premiere's cancellation in the United States, the series had already been sold in international markets where it went on to debut as previously scheduled in its original 10 episodes version. It aired for the first time on July 11, 2018 on HBO Europe in selected Europeans territories.

On October 4, 2018, it was announced that the series would premiere in United States on October 25, 2018 on Paramount Network over the course of five nights. The series was edited for content by the network resulting in numerous cuts and the number of episodes being reduced from 10 to 9, with the original final two episodes being combined into one.

Despite reports by the writers that a second season, Heathers: Revolution, had a complete script, on May 1, 2019 Paramount Network's president Kent Alterman announced in an interview that there were no plans to continue Heathers following its first and only season.[1][2]



In Sherwood, Ohio, Veronica Sawyer (Grace Victoria Cox) is part of the most popular and powerful clique at Westerberg High School, "The Heathers", led by Heather Chandler (Melanie Field), a rich girl who is fairly famous on social media for her body positive posts, and her fellow Heather Duke (Brendan Scannell) and Heather McNamara (Jasmine Mathews).

But one day, Veronica realizes that, unlike her friends, she does not know who she is. She described herself as a "good person" but sometimes, have questionable morals. She is also very jealous of "The Heathers", a jealousy that turns into hate towards Heather Chandler.

With the help of a new student, a rebellious outsider named Jason "J.D." Dean (James Scully), Veronica begins to plan her revenge on Heather Chandler.

Veronica's school year begin to take a darker and more violent turn and one question will be asked: Is Veronica really the "good person" and "The Heathers" the "bad persons" in this version of the story?[3]

Cast and charactersEdit


  • Grace Victoria Cox as Veronica Sawyer, a self-described "good person" with questionable morals and a part of the most popular clique in her high school. Maisie de Krassel portrays a young Veronica in a four episodes.
  • Melanie Field as Heather Chandler, the body positive leader of the most popular and powerful clique at Westerburg High known as "The Heathers". She is also fairly famous on social media platforms. Emma Shannon portrays a young Heather in a guest appearance in the episode "Reindeer Games".
  • James Scully as Jason "JD" Dean, Veronica's love interest and a new student at Westerburg High with the tendency to wax poetic about the high-school hierarchy. Maverick Thompson portrays a young JD in a guest appearance in the pilot episode.
  • Brendan Scannell as Heather "Heath" Duke, a member of "The Heathers" who identifies as gender-queer and who secretly envies Heather Chandler's power. Jack R. Lewis portrays a young Heather in a guest appearance in the episode "Do I Look Like Mother Theresa?".
  • Jasmine Mathews as Heather McNamara, a biracial girl who is pretending to be gay but having an affair with an adult faculty member, and who is the most naive and timid member of "The Heathers".


  • Deanna Cheng as Pauline Fleming, Westerburg's driven guidance counselor.
  • Drew Droege as Maurice Dennis, Westerburg's art teacher.
  • Kurt Fuller as Principal Gowan, the principal of Westerburg High School.
  • Travis Schuldt as coach Cox, Westerburg's coach.
  • Nikki SooHoo as Betty Finn, Veronica's childhood friend, who secretly wants to be just as popular as "The Heathers". Ella Gross portrays a young Betty in three episodes.
  • Cameron Gellman as Kurt Kelly, the gay quarterback of the Westerburg High School football team, who is secretly dating Heather Duke.
  • Mandy June Turpin as Mrs. Sawyer, Veronica's mother.
  • Wallace Langham as Kevin Sawyer, Veronica's father.
  • Rebecca Wisocky as Martha Chandler, Heather Chandler's mother and a former stage actress who does not believe that her daughter has talent.
  • Jamie Kaler as Big Bud Dean, JD's father and the owner of Big Bud Oil and Gas, an oil and gas company.
  • Matthew Rocheleau as David Waters, a Westerburg teacher who has an affair with Heather McNamara
  • Brett Cooper as Brianna "Trailer" Parker, a poverty-stricken student at Westerburg High who is bullied because she lives in a trailer.
  • Jesse Leigh as Peter Dawson, Class President of Westerburg High School, a gossip, and a member of the "Gay Nerds".
  • Romel De Silva as Kyle, one of Peter's best friends who is obsessed with "The Heathers" and is a member of the "Gay Nerds".
  • Adwin Brown as Seth, a member of the "Gay Nerds".
  • Jeremy Culhane as Dylen Lutz, a lovable loser who is picked on by most of the student body.
  • Christina Burdette as Jesus Julie, a religious student who is friends with Betty and Shelby.
  • Annalisa Cochrane as Shelby Dunnstock, a cheerleader and one of Betty Finn's friends who is constantly bullied by "The Heathers".
  • Sophia Grosso as Driffany Tompkins, a Westerburg student.
  • Allyn Morse as Annie, a Westerburg student.
  • Paige Weldon as Lily, a Westerburg student.


  • Cayden Boyd as Ram Sweeney, the best friend of Kurt Kelly and another member of the Westerburg High School football team (4 episodes).
  • Karen Maruyama as Mrs. Finn, Betty's mother (4 episodes).
  • Birgundi Baker as Lizzy, a new student at Westerburg High, who was raised in the foster care system and is eager to learn the ways of Heather Chandler (3 episodes).
  • Reece Caddell as Lucy McCord, a childhood friend of Veronica and Betty who was murdered with a croquet mallet (3 episodes).
  • Jen Zaborowski as Mrs. Zaborowski, a Westerburg teacher (3 episodes).
  • Joel Spence as Mr. Chandler, Heather Chandler's father (2 episodes).
  • Lilli Birdsell as Mrs. McNamara, Heather McNamara's mother (2 episodes).
  • Phil LaMarr as Mr. McNamara, Heather McNamara's father (2 episodes).
  • April Bowlby as Teyna, Big Bud Dean's girlfriend (2 episodes).
  • Salma Khan as Amita, an influencer (2 episodes).
  • James Kirkland as a disc jockey at Betty's party and the prom (2 episodes).
  • Vic Chao as Mr. Finn, Betty's father (2 episodes).
  • Casey Wilson as Lexi Anne, a news anchor (2 episodes).
  • Evan Crooks as Jacob, Veronica's hook up at the art exhibit ("Pilot").
  • Michael D. Roberts as Captain Lehman ("Reindeer Games")
  • Mo Gaffney as Margie Kane ("Call Us When the Shuttle Lands")
  • Josh Fadem as Dathan ("I'm a No-Rust-Build-Up Man Myself")
  • Jeannetta Arnette as Mrs. Kelly ("I'm a No-Rust-Build-Up Man Myself")
  • Larry Poindexter as Mr. Kelly ("I'm a No-Rust-Build-Up Man Myself")
  • Jen Caldwell as Cathy Ishmael ("I'm a No-Rust-Build-Up Man Myself")
  • Camille Hyde as Rebecca ("I'm a No-Rust-Build-Up Man Myself")

Special guest-starEdit

  • Selma Blair as Jade Duke, Heather Duke's step-mother, a stripper and menthol smoker who's biding her time until her 82-year-old husband dies (4 episodes).
  • Shannen Doherty as Mrs. Dean, JD's mom who committed suicide when he was just a child. She also appears as Dr. Destiny during a hallucination in the episode "Reindeer Games" (3 episodes).


No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
1"Pilot"Leslye HeadlandJason Micallef  July 11, 2018 (2018-07-11)
  October 25, 2018 (2018-10-25)[a]
17-year-old Veronica Sawyer is friends with the Heathers, a group of very popular students at Westerburg High. While at a party, Veronica calls Heather Chandler a "fatty" during a fit of rage. An angry Heather promises to ruin Veronica's social life the next day at school. Later that evening Veronica meets up with JD, who is new at her school. JD decides to help Veronica. The pair break into Heather Chandler's room and plan to take a picture of her wearing a Nazi hat, so they can post it on Heather's social media. However, Heather wakes up before they have a chance to post the picture and quickly figures out what is going on. JD tricks Heather into swallowing a pill which he tells Veronica will induce vomiting. The pill, however, seemingly kills Heather. Veronica and JD quickly post a fake suicide message on Heather's social media and flee the scene. The next morning Heather's suicide note has gone viral. A flashback to earlier that morning, however, reveals that Heather Chandler survived and is still alive.
2"She's Going to Cry"Leslye HeadlandPrice Peterson & Jason Micallef  July 11, 2018 (2018-07-11)
  October 25, 2018 (2018-10-25)
3"Date Rapes and AIDS Jokes"Leslye HeadlandAnnie Mebane & Jason Micallef  July 11, 2018 (2018-07-11)
  October 26, 2018 (2018-10-26)
4"Our Love Is God"Sydney FreelandLily Sparks & Jason Micallef  July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
  October 26, 2018 (2018-10-26)
5"Reindeer Games"Adam SilverJessica Wood & Jason Micallef  July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
  October 27, 2018 (2018-10-27)
6"Hot Probs"Gregg ArakiCarey O'Donnell & Jason Micallef  July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
  October 27, 2018 (2018-10-27)
7"Do I Look Like Mother Theresa?"Gregg ArakiMatt McConkey & Jason Micallef  July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
8"Call Us When the Shuttle Lands"Jessica LowreyDaniel Brier & Jason Micallef  July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
9"I'm a No-Rust-Build-Up Man Myself"Kate DennisRyan Sandoval & Jason Micallef  July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
  October 29, 2018 (2018-10-29)
10"Are We Going to Prom or Hell?"Leslye HeadlandJason Micallef  July 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)
JD moves forward with his plan to blow up the prom. Veronica initially intervenes, but changes her mind and goads JD into moving forward. When they learn that a shooting has taken place at another school's prom, JD fears being overshadowed and attempts to stop his explosion from happening. Veronica realizes JD has no interest in changing the world, only in achieving fame for his actions. JD pulls a gun on her. Both end up fatally shot. Dylen comes upon their bodies and runs to tell the faculty, who ignore him because they are busy throwing Heather Chandler out due to her skirt length. Outside, as Heather is yelling at the adults, the school explodes. In the afterlife, everyone who died is in white at a prom in Heaven getting along and happy. Veronica and JD still look the way they did when they died, and cannot get anyone to see or hear them, and also cannot see or hear each other. The two end up locked out of Heaven and alone forever. In the final scene, a woman from the 18th century is seen holding a bloodied knife, revealing the title of the potential second season, Heathers: Revolution.


  1. ^ Premiered early online through iTunes and numerous cable video on demand services on February 20, 2018.[4] Television premiere originally scheduled for March 7, 2018, before being rescheduled, pulled, and then ultimately set for October 25, 2018. The entire season was also released on Paramount Network application and website on October 22, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d The seventh and eighth episodes of the series were originally scheduled to air on October 28, 2018 but were pulled from broadcast following the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. They had previously been made available to stream through Paramount Network's website and app on October 22, 2018.[8]
  3. ^ a b Content from the tenth episode of the series was edited into episode nine for its premiere in the United States. Internationally, episodes nine and ten were broadcast in their original form.



The reason I changed the Heathers surface identities is I think today [the characterization] rings true. Today, all different types of people are more aspirational. People that wouldn't have necessarily been considered the most popular kids in school in 1988 could very well be — and probably most likely are — the more popular kids today. And also because it's a TV show, we have so much more time to explore their characters and get behind it. Of course, no one's seen the show yet. Once they see it, I think they'll get what we're talking about.

—Creator/Showrunner Jason Micallef about the radical change of the cast in the series.[10]

On August 27, 2009, Sony Pictures Television announced that Heathers was to be adapted for television to air on Fox. Mark Rizzo was hired to write the series, and Jenny Bicks was to co-produce with Lakeshore Entertainment.[11] The program was described as a modernized version of the original story, and all characters from the film were expected to be scripted into the adaptation.[12]

On September 12, 2012, it was announced that the television network Bravo would begin developing a Heathers reboot unrelated to the earlier announcement by Sony Pictures Television. The storyline was to pick up twenty years after the events of the film when Veronica returns home to Sherwood, Ohio with her teenage daughter, who had to contend with the next generation of mean girls, all named "Ashley". They were to all be the daughters of the two surviving Heathers. Neither Ryder nor Slater were attached to the project.[13] However, in August 2013, Bravo declined to order the series.[14]

On January 13, 2017, TV Land ordered a newly developed iteration of the series, described as an anthology dark comedy set in the present day. The series was set to be written by Jason Micallef and Tom Rosenberg, with Gary Lucchesi serving as an executive producer for Lakeshore Entertainment.[15] On January 13, 2017, Heathers was ordered to series at TV Land.[16]

On March 16, 2017, it was reported that the series would move to Paramount Network, a planned rebranding of TV Land's sister network Spike.[17] On June 1, 2018, however, it was announced that Paramount Network had dropped the series due to concerns over its content in the wake of recent school shootings in the United States. It was reported that the series' producers had begun to shop the series to other broadcasters, and that writing for a potential second season had neared completion, which would take place in an entirely different setting than the first season and original film.[2] By July 16, 2018, it was reported that both Netflix and Freeform had passed on the series.[18] On October 4, 2018, it was announced that Viacom and Paramount Network had reversed their decision on the series and that, following various edits and a reduction in episode count from 10 to 9, the series would premiere on the cable network on October 25, 2018.[3]


On October 11, 2016, it was announced that James Scully and Grace Victoria Cox had been cast in the male and female leads J.D. and Veronica.[19] Later that month, Melanie Field, Brendan Scannell, and Jasmine Mathews joined the main cast as the titular "Heathers" (Heather Chandler, Heather Duke, and Heather McNamara, respectively).[20] On November 22, 2016, it was announced that original film cast member Shannen Doherty had been cast as a pivotal character in the series' pilot episode.[21] It was later reported that she is set to appear in three of the first season's episodes in total.[22] On June 23, 2017, Birgundi Baker and Cameron Gellman signed onto the series in the recurring roles of Lizzy and Kurt, respectively.[23] On July 6, 2017, it was reported that Selma Blair had been cast in the recurring role of Jade, "the gold-digging stepmother to Heather Duke" who is described as "a stripper menthol smoker who is rough around the edges, but with a bit of glamour to her."[24]


In November 2016, the series' pilot began production in Los Angeles, California.[21] Principal photography for the rest of the first season took place from spring through fall of 2017 in the Chatsworth area of Los Angeles. Locations utilized for filming included the Rancho San Antonio which is being used to portray Westerburg High School.[25]


Promotional poster featuring Veronica Sawyer (Grace Victoria Cox) and Jason "JD" Dean (James Scully).


On August 28, 2017, the Paramount Network released a teaser trailer for the series alongside a series of posters, each depicting a different character.[26] On February 18, 2018, the first official trailer for the series was released.[27] Beginning on February 12, 2018, a series of promotional posters, each depicting a different character, were released.[28] On October 23, 2018, a clip from the series featuring Selma Blair as her character Jade was released.[29] A day later, a second clip was released[30] and a day after that a third clip was released as well.[31]


The series was initially set to debut on March 7, 2018.[32] However, on February 28, 2018, it was announced that the premiere would be delayed in light of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.[33] Paramount Network released a statement explaining their decision saying, "Paramount Network's original series Heathers is a satirical comedy that takes creative risks in dealing with many of society's most challenging subjects ranging from personal identity to race and socio-economic status to gun violence. While we stand firmly behind the show, in light of the recent tragic events in Florida and out of respect for the victims, their families and loved ones, we feel the right thing to do is delay the premiere until later this year."[34] On March 14, 2018, Viacom suspended programming across all of its networks, including Paramount Network, for 17 minutes due to its support of student-led protests and campaigns that emerged in the wake of the Stoneman Douglas shootings.[35]

On May 1, 2018, it was announced that the series would officially premiere on Paramount Network on July 10, 2018.[36] On June 1, 2018, it was reported that Paramount Network had dropped the series entirely, and that it would be shopped to other networks. Viacom executives became increasingly uncomfortable with airing the program due to its themes; another major school shooting, the Santa Fe High School shooting, had occurred in May 2018. Keith Cox, the network's president of development, noted that the pilot had been filmed "before the climate changed", and that "the combination of a high school show with these very dark moments didn't feel right".[2]

On October 4, 2018, it was reported that the series would premiere on October 25, 2018 on Paramount Network over the course of five nights. The series was edited for content by the network resulting in numerous cuts or changes including the removal of a scene in the finale where Westerburg High School is blown-up and the altering of a scene in episode 5 that featured a first-person video game with teachers holding guns. Ultimately, the edits resulted in the number of episodes being reduced from 10 to 9, with the Paramount Network's dedicated application and website on October 22, 2018. Following the premiere of the final episode on October 29, 2018, a Heathers-themed episode of Lip Sync Battle was slated to air featured guests including Melanie Field and Brendan Scannell.[3]

Following the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting on October 27, 2018, Paramount Network decided to pull episodes seven and eight from their schedule and declined to broadcast them on television. The two episodes had previously been made available on Paramount Network's official website and application on October 22, 2018. The ninth and final episode ultimately aired on October 29, 2018 as originally scheduled.[8][37]


Though Paramount Network had pulled the series, the production companies involved with the show had already sold the series' international broadcast rights. The series airs on HBO Europe in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia. It started airing twice a week on July 11, 2018 on HBO Europe streaming service with a weekly run airing on television beginning in September in those territories. Additionally, HBO Europe subscribers in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden started getting episodes twice a week on the streaming service on July 11, 2018. Subscribers in Spain and Andorra got the first three episodes on HBO Europe streaming service on the same date, with the remaining installments dropping on July 18, 2018. Additionally, HBO Europe subscribers in Portugal, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea, Bissau, Mozambique, São Tomé and Príncipe begin streaming the series on a future date. Digiturk licensed the series in Turkey and Cyprus for premium subscribers with weekly episodes launching July 20, 2018. In Greece, OTE began broadcasting one episode a week starting on July 15, 2018. In Iceland, Síminn's video-on-demand service began streaming the series on July 12, 2018.[18] In Australia, every episode of the series launched on September 28, 2018 on Stan.[38]


Coinciding with the American premiere of the series, Lakeshore Records released two soundtracks for the series. On October 12, 2018, Lakeshore released Heathers - Original Television Series Soundtrack featuring songs from the series by various artists including DJ Shadow, Poison, and Peggy Lee. A limited vinyl edition was released in Urban Outfitters stores on January 25, 2019.[39] On October 19, 2018, Lakeshore released Heathers - Original Television Series Score consisting of the show's original score composed by Chris Alan Lee.[40][41]

All music composed by Chris Alan Lee.


The series was met with a negative response from critics both upon the initial release of the pilot episode as well as the official premiere of the series. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds a 29% approval rating with an average rating of 5.38 out of 10 based on 21 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Despite promising performers, Heathers' aspirational angst is let down by its blunt, misguided attempts at social commentary."[44] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the series a score of 40 out of 100 based on 9 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews."[45]

In a negative review, Daniel Fienberg of The Hollywood Reporter described the series as "a pale imitation" of the 1988 film, and went on to say that, "Having the high school tyranny associated with a gang of students who, in a different era, might have been marginalized produces a dark and almost reactionary undercurrent in which the disenfranchised aren't being bullied, but rather are wielding identity politics and political correctness as weapons".[46] Leigh Monson of Birth.Movies.Death was similarly negative saying that she saw in the show's dynamics "a longing for the good old days when non-whites and queers knew their place." Monson concluded, "Heathers is a hateful, bigoted exercise in regression hiding behind the guise of dark comedy, and I can only hope it doesn't gain the Trumpian audience it so clearly craves."[47] Samantha Allen of The Daily Beast panned the series saying, "If you believe that kids these days are fragile "snowflakes," that political correctness is running amok, and that LGBT people are now society's true bullies, this new Heathers is the show for you. The premiere of the rebooted cult classic, now airing for free online, takes place in a universe — clearly a fictional one—where the football team is oppressed and yesteryear's fat, queer, and black victims now rule the school with manicured fists. The show feels like it was written for aging Fox News viewers who get angry about people's gender pronouns — which is odd because it's clearly being marketed to a young and therefore progressive-leaning audience who may not remember the ... original."[48]


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