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Although the year began without major renowned releases, it seems that the engine of audiovisual platforms is beginning to fuel up and the premieres accumulate in the nearest future. On this occasion, since we don’t give too much attention to it due to the enormous competition around it, we bring you a Apple TV+ production, the platform of the Cupertino company that we have told you about on more than one occasion and about which we have shown you the best movies you can watch and how to unsubscribe from Apple TV+. Now, be attentive or attentive to the ‘Silo’ trailer.
Mystery and science fiction go hand in hand in a production that could be one of the bombings of the year
Judging by what is seen in the trailer, which we leave you under these lines, and from the brief synopsis that Apple has shown us on the official website of the ‘Silo’ series, it seems that we are facing an adventure that could extend over several seasons, to get an acceptable successful start-up of this fiction. The construction sitewhich is based on the book trilogy written by Hugh Howey, will do his debut world day May 5th 2023 on the Apple TV+ platform. The plotas the streaming service itself says, from the series would be the following:
In a dilapidated and toxic future, a community exists in a gigantic underground silo that reaches hundreds of stories deep. There, people live in a society filled with rules that they believe are meant to protect them.
Judging by the history, the books that precede it and the cast of actors and actresses, it is to be assumed that the good work of Apple in its own productions gives us a series with which to entertain ourselves every week. On this occasion, between distribution we can find Rebecca Ferguson, Tim Robbins and Harriet Walter to play the characters who will have to discover the truth that is hidden behind the walls of a huge bunkerwhich seems to be the last refuge of humanity before a devastated planet Earth.
Obviously, doubting what we have always been told is the starting point to begin to unveil a mystery, which we are convinced will keep us glued to the sofa for hours. Since November 2019, Apple TV + has offered us excellent storiesboth science fiction, dramas and comedies, as is the case with the essential ‘Ted Lasso’, and that is why we have blind trust in what this new production follow the path marked out by the Apple platform.