Netflix are always delivering new content for us to indulge in and look no further than new series Kaos.
The dark comedy tells the story of Greek Myhtology in a contemporary way and you do not want to miss it.
When is Kaos released on Netflix?
Netflix have still yet to drop an official release date for the series.
The series was commissioned as far back as 2018, in an interview with Radio Times Covell said last year an air-date was scheduled in for 2021.
She also said filming was supposed to begin in June 2020 but due to the coronavirus pandemic it may have been pushed back even further.
Covell, 36, boldly described her new project as having a Games of Thrones feel as she said: "It’s a 10-hour series for Netflix, and hopefully with a kind of Game of Thrones scale — but tonally it should [feel] End of the World-y, in terms of its humour and its soundtrack and the look of it.
"One of the big steers for me was the Baz Luhrmann Romeo and Juliet as a look.”
What's it about?
Kaos has put a new and modern spin on Greek Mythology.
The 10-episode series will be a contemporary re-imagining of this mythology as it explores “gender politics, power, and life in the underworld.”
Covell's, whose most famous work is her stellar adaptation of The End of the F***ing World.
Covell thrives on the messy and the emotional and we can expect plenty of that in the new series.
Who's in the cast?
At the moment, all the other details about its cast and characters are being kept under wraps.
There’s a trailer that surfaced online, but the trailer is fake and it was not released by Netflix themselves.
In fact, the giant streaming platform have yet to drop an official poster for the series.
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