“Last Light” A Post-Apocalyptic Drama Series Is Set To Be Released On Peacock

In the post-apocalyptic television series Last Light, Matthew Fox is poised to solve a worldwide issue. The limited drama series, based on Alex Scarrow’s best-selling book, will debut on Thursday, September 8, at 3:01 a.m. ET. Dennie Gordon directed Last Light, which was written by Patrick Massett, John Zinman, Alex Scarrow, and Patrick Renault. The story follows Andy Yeats, a petro-chemist who realizes his greatest nightmares are coming true on a trip to the Middle East when the world’s oil supplies are cut off. Andy must locate his family as the world descends into anarchy. Everything you need to know about Peacock’s Last Light is right here.

Last Light’s release date, cast and crew, trailer, and more

Last Light by Peacock is due to debut on Thursday, September 8, at 3:01 a.m. ET. Matthew Fox portrays Andy Yeats, Joanne Froggatt portrays Elena Yeats, Alyth Ross portrays Laura Yeats, Taylor Fay portrays Sam Yeats, Amber Rose Revah portrays Mika Bakhash, Victor Alli portrays Owen Jones, Tom Wlaschiha portrays Karl Bergmann, and Hakeem Jomah portrays Khalil Al-Qatani.

According to the series’ official synopsis:

“Your loved ones. It’s your universe. What if it all vanished tomorrow? How far would you go to rescue those you love if civilization was collapsing?”

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Dennie Gordon, Matthew Fox, William Choi, Sydney Gallonde, Rikke Ennis, Patrick Renault, Diego Piasek, Patrick Massett, and John Zinman serve as executive producers for the series. Rola Bauer and Steven Johnson serve as co-executive producers for the series, with Veronika Lencova serving as producer.

Check out the series’ trailer.

Last Light’s teaser debuted last month, depicting Andy trying to find his way back to his family after the world’s oil supplies were cut off. The trailer promises deceit, near calls, political intrigue, and death-defying escapes as part of a quest to overcome darkness with hope as the sole light. Last Light’s premise is sure to have viewers wondering who is behind the oil crisis and why they have decided to wreak havoc on the globe. This thriller is sure to have viewers on the tip of their seats as they wait to see whether Andy ever finds his family safe and sound as he figures out who is responsible for the disaster. The viewer may anticipate stunning cinematography of the Middle East’s enormous desert. The show was filmed in Prague, Paris, and Abu Dhabi. There will be five episodes, each of which will last 45 minutes.

Dennie Gordon, the director, said in a statement:

“I am delighted to be able to share my work with you all. This project has been a career highlight for me; the opportunity to create an important narrative with an international cast of actors and artists, MGM International Television Productions, and Peacock, a studio and streaming service that has given me incredible creative freedom.”

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He went on to say:

“I was highly inspired by Alfonso Cuarón’s magnificent film Children of Men, a scenario we can see just around the bend, and we intend to offer our viewers a glimmer of hope at the conclusion; what is possible if we all work together to effect change? I believe you will identify with Andy Yeats and his family, and we hope that this series will spark debates about our reliance on oil and how we will cope with climate change.”

Last Light will be available on Peacock on Thursday, September 8.

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