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Big premieres are expected in 2021
In 2021 great releases are expected through the different platforms, one of them is Apple TV +, which offers a wide variety of services within its platform, in addition to having premieres every week.
Now, shortly Apple TV will premiere again with the launch of “The Mosquito Coast”, one of the most anticipated series of 2021 and of which they have already released a preview for all those who are waiting for the series.
What’s more, there is already an official release date for “The Mosquito Coast“, which you will soon be able to watch in the comfort of your own home by subscribing to Apple TV +.
But what is ‘The Mosquito Coast’?
“The Mosquito Coast” is one of the original series in which Apple TV + has been working and is based on the homonymous novel by writer Paul Theroux, which this year celebrates its 40th anniversary of being published.
The story tells the life of Allie Fox, a brilliant inventor whose ideals have led him to be a staunch critic of consumerism, culture and the American way of life in general.
For some reasons, begins to be persecuted by the government and goes to Mexico where he begins his journey to reach the Mosquito Coast in Nicaragua and Honduras to start a new life.
Apple TV +: Watch the new trailer for the original series ‘The Mosquito Coast’
Remember that this story was already adapted on some occasion in 1986 with Harrison Ford as the protagonist, now, “The Mosquito Coast” will receive a new adaptation in this drama series for Apple TV + and will consist of seven episodes with Justin Theroux taking the role of Allie Fox.
The cast complement it Melissa George, Logan Polish and Gabriel Bateman as the inventor’s family, while production is handled by Craig Ross and director Rupert Wyatt, who directed the first two chapters, which will be released on April 30.
Without more to say, here we leave you the fantastic trailer of “The Mosquito Coast”: