Check out the first trailer for ‘The Mosquito Coast’, the new Apple TV + series!

Blessed be streaming services that in this endless quarantine they have provided us with all kinds of content to hang out at home. Now in 2021, of course we will have more premieres and that is where Apple TV+ one more success will be scored with the launch of The Mosquito Coast.

This new series has been cooking for a while and today it has been released a new advance to warm up engines. But that’s not all as it was also just revealed that the show will premiere worldwide in just a couple months. Excited, right?

‘The Mosquito Coast’. Photo: YouTube Capture

‘The Mosquito Coast’

The Mosquito Coast is one of the original series in which Apple TV + has been working hard in recent times. This story is based on the homonymous novel by the writer Paul Theroux, same that this year meets its 40th anniversary of being published to eventually become one of his best-selling iconic works.

The plot will tell us the life of Allie Fox, a brilliant inventor whose ideals have led him to be a staunch critic of the consumerism, culture and the American way of life in general. In a chance of fate, the government of that country pursues him and he undertakes a journey with his family through Mexico and other nations to reach the Mosquito Coast, located in the coastal areas of Nicaragua and Honduras. There, he tries to settle down and lead a different life.

‘The Mosquito Coast’. Photo: Courtesy


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The new Apple TV + preview

The story, in fact, had already been adapted for the cinema with a film that was released in 1986 with Harrison Ford as the protagonist. Now, 35 years later, the story of The Mosquito Coast will receive a new adaptation in this drama series for Apple TV + that will consist of seven episodes with Justin Theroux taking the role of Allie Fox.

The cast complement it Melissa George, Logan Polish y Gabriel Bateman as the inventor’s family, while production is handled by the Craig Ross and director Rupert Wyatt, who directed the first two chapters, which will be released next April 30. Subsequently, each Friday a couple more episodes will be released. Now that you know how things are, get ready for the series premiere in a couple of months. Over here we leave you the trailer just so you can see how the matter is going to be.

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