We already know the release date of the sci-fi series Invasion on Apple TV +

Invasion

Apple has officially announced the release date of the next science fiction series coming to its streaming video service. We are talking about Invasion, a space drama that will hit Apple TV + programming on October 22, a series that shows us a Alien invasion from different perspectives from all over the world.

Behind this series is Simon Kinberg, known for Dead Pool y The Martian. The first three episodes will premiere on October 22. and every Friday a new episode will be released until the completion of the first season, a season consisting of 10 episodes.

The series stars Sam Neill (Jurassic Park), Shamier Anderson (Awake), Golshifteh Farahani (Extraction), Firas Nassar (Fauda) and Shioli Kutsuna (Deadpool 2).

The teaser for this new series shows us a series of quick images of a catastrophe that takes place on earth, although the alien threat is not shown at any time.

Invasion is written and produced by Kinberg Weil and Jakob Verbruggen known for series The alienist y The hunt. In executive production of this series, we meet Andrew Baldwin (The Visitor), Audrey Chon (The Twilight Zone), Amy Kaufman (This is how they see us) and Elisa Ellis, plus Katie O'Connell Marsh (Narcos, Hannibal)

This first season is composed of 10 episodes and has many ballots to renew for a second season, especially if we take into account that the number of productions and releases available on Apple TV + is still very small despite the fact that new content is being released continuously.


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