The series is based on Hugh Howey’s novels and explores the complicated dilemma of the future on Earth!
Apple TV + has been risky when it comes to conquering followers with proposals of different genres and formats. And while its most successful series has been the comedy Ted Lasso, the service doesn’t rest on the assurance of repeating this formula. Thus, the next big premiere announced in style is a post-apocalyptic series, whose story looks very interesting.
Silo is the dystopia series that Apple plans to release on May 5 of this year. It is based on the novels by Hugh Howey and explores the complicated dilemma about the future on Earth.
Apple poses a dystopian future in its next series
To give us an idea of how complicated and challenging the project starring Rebecca Ferguson, Common, Harriet Walter, Chinaza Uche, Avi Nash, David Oyelowo, Rashida Jones and Tim Robbins, Apple has shared the first trailer, as we share below.
Silo follows the story of the last 10,000 people left on Earth, who live in the depths of the titular silo to avoid the poisonous world above. No one knows for sure for what reason, or who built the bunker, and the tension between that mystery and the apparent horrors of the outside world forms the catalyst for what appears to be a feud between the bunker’s lower castes and their leaders.
The dystopian future is a constant among the programs in the catalogue. With the launch of the service in 2019, Apple launched See, the series set in a post-apocalyptic future in which all human survivors of a strange virus lose their sight. The show, starring Jason Momoa, came to an end after three seasons.
Just in March of this year, the bet continued with the premiere of ‘Extrapolations’, the series that will tell the story of a natural disaster caused by climate change on a future dystopian Earth. But it’s not just the story, the series has a cast full of great stars of the world of cinema and series such as Meryl Streep, Kit Harington, Forest Whitaker, Edward Norton, Tobey Maguire, Gemma Chan, Sienna Miller and David Schwimmer.
And no wonder. Despite its ups and downs, Netflix, the most popular platform of its kind, continues to add followers with this type of program. any of the most famous post-apocalyptic series that the platform has broadcast They are: * Snowpiercer.* Into the night.* The irregulars.* Tribes of Europe.* The Rain.* La Niebla.* La Valla.* Reality Z.* Diablero. *Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.* Lucifer.* Ragnarok.* Daybreak.* Black Summer.* Z Nation.And we can’t deny how addictive they are!