Ben Schnetzer runs for his life in the latest teaser trailer for FX’s upcoming adaptation of the famous comic book Y: The Last Man. Brian K. Based on the story of Vaughan and Pia Guerra, the series will imagine a world in which all men are suddenly killed by a mysterious disease. All men except Ben Schnetzer’s Yorick Brown and his pet monkey Ampersand.
who run the world? Girls. And that’s not such a good thing for Yorick. In fact, as teased by the most recent footage, he quickly finds himself in a tough spot. While there are some who wish to keep her safe, there are others who strongly wish her dead “so that a new world may be born.”
Y: The Last Man takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where a mysterious cataclysmic event simultaneously killed every mammal with a Y chromosome, but one man, Yorick Brown, and his pet friend, the monkey known as the ampersand. The series follows Yorick as he explores the New World, as its survivors struggle with their loss and attempt to restore world society led by Yorick’s mother, the new US President, Jennifer Brown. .
struggle to bring the story of Y: The Last Man Has been as dramatic on screen as Brian K. Anything featured in Vaughan’s seminal post-apocalyptic comic. Development on the series began back in 2015, with the adaptation losing showrunners, stars Imogen Poots and Lashana Lynch as well as its lead actor. Eternal star Barry Keoghan, who was quickly replaced warcraft Actor Ben Schnetzer. Thankfully, the footage shown so far has sparked a faithful adaptation with regard to both the story and the atmosphere of this devastated world.
The creative behind the show has however made some changes to reflect the modern world, including a new trans man character played by Elliot Fletcher, who does not have a direct counterpart in the original comic. “Yorrick’s malice isn’t what sets him apart in this world—it’s his Y chromosome that sets him apart,” explained showrunner Eliza Clark. “Gender is diverse and chromosomes are not equal to gender. And so, in our world – in the world of television shows – every living mammal with a Y chromosome dies. Sadly, this includes many females; it is non-binary. People are involved; this includes intersex people… We are making a show that affirms that trans women are women, trans men are men, that non-binary people are non-binary, and that it is a symbol of the prosperity of that world. is the part we get to play with.”
The ensemble cast for the series is made up of many familiar names and faces, including Diane Lane as Yorick’s mother, Congresswoman Jennifer Brown, Olivia Thirlby as Hero Brown, Diana Bang as Yorick’s sister, Dr. Alison. Diana Bang as Mann, Juliana Canfield as Beth Deville. Marin Ireland as Nora Brady, Amber Tamblyn as Kimberly Cunningham and Paul Gross as the US President.
rubicon writer And animal Kingdom Producer Eliza Clark will now serve as showrunner, as well as write the first two episodes, with Lewis Friedberg directing. FX has since announced that the entire first season will be directed by women, with a significant number of female department heads in production as well. The FX Productions project is produced by Clark, Nina Jacobson and Color Force’s Brad Simpson in collaboration with Nelly Reed. Mari Jo Winkler-Iofreda, Vaughn and Melina Matsukas are executive producers.
Fans don’t have to wait long to delve into the post-apocalyptic adventures of Yorick and Ampersand, with Y: The Last Man scheduled to hit FX on Hulu on September 13.