Stan’s ‘Now Apocalypse’ Is About To Be Your Dystopian Obsession
'Now Apocalypse' premiers March 10.
Get ready to binge that sexy, neon-tinged dystopian comedy you’ve been longing for, because Stan’s new show Now Apocalypse is now streaming.
We love a good dystopian flick. There’s something ultra-satisfying in watching a surreal version of our world unfold and wondering how we’d react if any of it became a reality. Thankfully, the dystopian world is confined to television and movies – but that doesn’t mean you’re not about to be completely obsessed with Now Apocalypse.
Now Apocalypse is an out-of-this-world comedy series about dating app adventures, conspiracies, and – naturally – the end of the world. From Steven Soderbergh and Gregg Araki (who are responsible for some of our favourite Riverdale and 13 Reasons Why episodes), the show takes a neon-tinged look at love, sex, fame and everything in between.
Set in LA, it’s all about a guy named Ulysses who starts to have foreboding dreams that make him wonder if some kind of dark and monstrous conspiracy is going on. Or maybe he’s just smoking too much weed.
Check out the trailer below:
The comedy drama stars Avan Jogia (Caprica, Twisted), Kelli Berglund (Animal Kingdom), Beau Mirchoff (Awkward), and Roxane Mesquida (Gossip Girl), and it’s co-written by Vogue sex columnist, pretty much guaranteeing we’re going to binge this show as soon as it hits the streaming service on March 10.
Want to know more? Watch the outlandish, out-of-this-world new comedy series Now Apocalypse – only on Stan.