We already have a trailer and opening day for the Apple TV + series «Invasion»

Invasion

The new blockbuster of is being shot for Apple TV + already has a release date. the Serie “Invasion»We can see it from October 22. We still have to wait a few months.

But for now we can settle for seeing the first trailer of this science fiction series that promises to be a success. It’s something…

Apple just officially announced that the sci-fi drama series “Invasion” from Simon Kinberg (“X-Men movies”, movies “Deadpool”, “The Martian”) and David Weil (“Hunters”), will be released on October 22.

The series will consist of 10 episodes. Set on different continents, “Invasion” shows us an alien attack across the planet through different perspectives from different parts of the world.

It is starring Shamier anderson (“Bruised”, “Awake”), Golshifteh Farahani (“Extraction”, “Paterson”, “Body of Lies”), Sam neill (“Jurassic World: Dominion”, “Peaky Blinders”), Firas nassar (“Fauda”) and Shioli Kutsuna (“Deadpool 2”, “The Outsider”).

“Invasion” is written and produced by Kinberg and Weil and by Jakob Verbruggen (“The Alienist,” “The Fall”), who also directed several episodes. Audrey Chon (“The Twilight Zone”), Amy Kaufman (“When They See Us”) and Elisa Ellis serve as executive producers along with Andrew Baldwin (“The Outsider”). Katie O’Connell Marsh (“Narcos,” “Hannibal”) is the executive producer of Boat Rocker Studios.

This new series of invading Martians will make its world debut on Apple TV +. The first three episodes will premiere simultaneously on October 22 of this year, followed by new installments, every Friday, until completing the ten chapters of the first season.

It is not confirmed by Apple yet, but we are sure there will be more seasons of “Invasion”, without a doubt. For the amount of money that the filming of these first ten episodes has cost, it will surely be a success, and the company will want to take advantage of it by extending it with more seasons.

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