When it seemed that Apple TV + He had put together the entire catalog for the next few months and he had shared it with us through different videos and publications on his official site, more news is coming. The streaming platform has just announced the series “La Costa de los Mosquitos”, set for its premiere on April 30.
“The Mosquito Coast” is inspired by the novel of the same name
As can be seen in the preview available on the platform’s YouTube channel, «La Costa de los Mosquitos», it is a television series starring Justin Theroux, with a proposal quite different from the comedies, mysteries and utopian series that we have seen during this time on Apple TV +.
“The Mosquito Coast” is the new series on Apple TV +
“The Mosquito Coast” is an adaptation of the novel of the same name and follows a radical inventor who uproots his family and moves to Mexico to escape the United States government.
From award-winning novelist and creator Neil Cross, and based on Paul Theroux’s best-selling book, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The story reflects is a gripping adventure and layered character drama that follows the dangerous journey of a radical idealist and brilliant inventor, Allie Fox.
During its premiere on April 30, Apple TV + will stream the first two episodes, with five additional episodes to follow every Friday after launch. Along with Theroux, the series stars Melissa George, Logan Polish, and Gabriel Bateman.
“The Mosquito Coast” proves once again that Apple TV + is focused on updating its content very frequently, and taking risks with varied content, maintaining the requirement for its quality. And as in this case, to reserve a few surprises.
This year, it has started well for the platform. In addition to several nominations for the most important television awards, several of his recent premieres, such as the movie “Palmer” or the premiere of the second season of “Servant” have earned him good reviews and the loyalty of the audience in the United States. .
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