‘Y: The Last Man’ has got the first full-length trailer (watch above) by FX today. The post-apocalyptic series will premiere on September 13, 2021, on FX on Hulu in the US.
The trailer reveals how the world will look without men. The trailer begins with the president bleeding through the mouth and dying as Madam President takes over the command and tries to investigate how and what happened with all the men in the world. The footage also includes the first glimpse of Yorick (Ben Schnetzer), the only surviving man left in the world along with his monkey.
The sci-fi series will be available to watch on FX on Hulu exclusively. The first episode of the series is scheduled to air in the United States on September 13, 2021. Outside of the United States, the series will be available on streaming platforms that have the rights to air FX episodes.
“Y: The Last Man” is based on Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's sci-fi comic book series of the same name. The series is set in a post-apocalyptic world in which a cataclysmic event wipes out all mammals with a Y chromosome except for one man and his pet monkey. It follows the survivors in this new world as they try to rebuild what has been destroyed while still having the chance to make something better.
Yorick Brown and his pet monkey, the only male survivors of the global pandemic, will be the focus of the series. Yorick's mother, a member of the United States House of Representatives, commissioned Agent 355 of the Culper Ring to protect him. The two proceed to meet Dr. Allison Mann, a geneticist and cloning expert who is attempting to discover out how Yorick survived and devise a way to save humanity. Due to damage at Mann's Boston laboratory, the trio must first fly across the country to Mann's other lab in San Francisco before continuing to Australia and Japan.
The show's creator and showrunner is Eliza Clark. Ben Schnetzer plays Yorick Brown, Diane Lane plays Congresswoman Jennifer Brown, Ashley Romans plays Agent 355, Olivia Thirlby plays Hero Brown, Marin Ireland plays Nora Brady, Diana Bang plays Dr. Allison Mann, Juliana Canfield plays Beth DeVille, Paul Gross plays the President of the United States, Ali Badshah plays Vijay Singh, Amber Tamblyn plays Kimberly Cunningham, and Elliot Fletcher plays Sam Jordan.
The series' production was planned to begin in March 2020, but, as with many other shows, it was postponed thanks to the COVID pandemic. Clark is an executive producer for the show, along with Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Mari Jo Winkler-Ioffreda, Brian K. Vaughan, and Melina Matsoukas.
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