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Everything You Need to Know About Snapchat’s ‘The Dead Girls Detective Agency’

Did You Know Snapchat is Adapting This Fall’s Must-See YA Mystery?

Good news, book nerds—we’re getting more of The Dead Girls Detective Agency! If you haven’t watched, this series is unlike some of the other YA adaptations you’ve seen because it was brought to life by Snapchat and quickly won us over with its quick wit, drama, and overarching mysteries.

Back track. Here’s what you need to know:

Last year, Snapchat launched their own Snap Originals, and one of the series to get the special treatment is one that we have fond, early book nerd memories of. If The Dead Girls Detective Agency was before your YA time, we promise you’ll love it too. The story follows a girl named Charlotte who, newly dead, is tasked with finding out who killed her in order to move on. Trippy, right? The adaptation is developed and produced by Insurrection Media through their partnership with HarperCollins.

The episodes are about five minutes each, and, originally, were released daily. Now you can just binge them all! You can easily watch them on Snapchat’s Discover page, to the right of the camera.

To really set the scene, we have some behind the scenes pictures of The Dead Girls Detective Agency below, and the latest trailer promoting the new, fourth season of the series! Check them all out below, then head over to Snapchat to check out the brand new series!!

 

The Dead Girls Detective Agency: Season 4

 

The Dead Girls Detective Agency

BEHIND THE SCENES

 


Photo credit: Jordin Althaus for Snap/Indigo.


Suzi Yoonessi (director), Gia Mantegna (as Charlotte Feldman), Vanessa Marano (as Nancy Graves) | Photo credit: Jordin Althaus for Snap/Indigo.


Gia Mantegna (as Charlotte Feldman), Vanessa Marano (as Nancy Graves), Aparna Brielle (as Lorna Patel) | Photo credit: Jordin Althaus for Snap/Indigo.


Vanessa Marano (as Nancy Graves), Gia Mantegna (as Charlotte Feldman), Aparna Brielle (as Lorna Patel) | Photo credit: Jordin Althaus for Snap/Indigo.

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