A world decimated by a pandemic is depicted in the teaser trailer for HBO Max’s “Station Eleven”. “Station Eleven” follows numerous characters throughout the onset and aftermath of an apocalyptic flu pandemic, based on Emily St. John Mandel’s 2014 novel of the same name. The book was named to various best-of-2014 lists, and the “Station Eleven” miniseries was first announced in June 2019.
The announcement came more than half a year before the COVID-19 epidemic, which has subsequently devastated the world, making the show weirdly predictive, and production was eventually halted early last year until wrapping up this past July. The ensemble cast, which includes Lori Petty and David Cross among others, will be led by Mackenzie Davis and Himesh Patel.
The official teaser trailer for “Station Eleven” has been released by HBO Max. The trailer opens with Patel’s character buying supplies at a grocery store and having a coded conversation with a store employee, who asks if he’s stocking up because of “that thing.” Overlaid with a somber cover version of Jackie DeShannon’s “What the World Needs Now Is Love,” the trailer opens with Patel’s character buying supplies at a grocery store and having a coded conversation with a store employee, who asks if he’ The teaser immediately displays sights of the world devolving into chaos, including a burning ferris wheel and an overcrowded hospital. Below is a link to the new “Station Eleven” trailer:
Patrick Somerville, who also created Netflix’s critically acclaimed miniseries Maniac, starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill, created and wrote the 10-episode series. The series is directed by Hiro Murai, a well-known music video director who has also directed several episodes of Atlanta. On December 16, HBO Max will begin streaming “Station Eleven”.