The 11th stop trailer shows the post-apocalyptic series for the first time

HBO Max released the first trailer and pictures of its upcoming post-apocalyptic limited series on Tuesday Eleventh station.

Adapted from Emily St. John Mandel’s 2014 novel of the same name, Eleventh station It tells the stories of several survivors who, after a global pandemic ravaged most of the earth, looking for a way to reimagine and rebuild what they lost.

By including Mackenzie Davis (Black mirror), Himesh Patel (yesterday, purpose) And Gael García BernalAnd your mother, old), the 10-episode series was produced and written by Patrick Somerville (born to love, madman)-He also served as the host of the series-directed by Hiro Murai (Atlanta).

The trailer opened Jeevan (Patel) and Kirsten (Matilda Lawler) at the cash register of a supermarket in the early evening of the pandemic. When the cashier asked them if the reason for buying so much food was because of “that incident” and whether he should go somewhere, Jeevan calmly told the man to go home, and then continued pushing a row of trolleys through the snow-covered parking lot The trailer switches to alternate scenes before and after the pandemic. In the footage, the hospital is crowded with frightened people, a burning Ferris wheel, a group of horse-drawn campers driving along the road by the river, and an ominous skeleton mask character. A wedding dress with a lit torch.

Eleventh station It was originally announced and ordered in the summer of 2019, and to say that the series was released in a world completely different from the world originally imagined is a huge understatement.The series, much like Netflix’s Sweets Or Hulu’s Y: The last person, Is another post-apocalyptic drama. After the COVID-19 pandemic, the premise of the global pandemic has produced new and incredible resonance. The filming of the series started in Chicago in January 2020, but due to COVID-19, the production was transferred to Mississauga, Ontario, and ended in July last year.

Eleventh station It will premiere on HBO Max on December 16.