FX has launched the primary teaser for Y: The Final Man, the upcoming adaptation of the acclaimed comics collection by Brian Ok. Vaughan and Pia Guerra. The teaser presents the collection premise — through which (virtually) each male mammal on the planet abruptly dies — in a intelligent method that exposes the present gender inequality in our society.
The teaser paints an apocalyptic state of affairs through which "95% of all airline pilots," "92% of Fortune CEOs," and "85% of presidency officers" abruptly die. These numbers present us how the world’s transport, economic system, and social administration would crumble ought to all males (however one) abruptly disappear. That is additionally a intelligent nod to gender inequality within the current day. By exposing these numbers, the teaser desires to remind us that if girls occupied the identical positions as males in a balanced method, the affect of half the Earth’s inhabitants vanishing might be much less damaging. As the unique comedian e book collection by no means shied away from social commentary, the teaser reveals the TV adaptation will replace the supply materials to include extra modern discussions.
Y: The Final Man spectacular forged consists of Diane Lane as Congresswoman Jennifer Brown, Ben Schnetzer as Yorick Brown, Ashley Romans as Agent 355, Amber Tamblyn as Kimberly Cunningham, Diana Bang as Dr. Allison Mann, Olivia Thirlby as Hero Brown, Marin Eire as Nora Brady, Elliot Fletcher as Sam Jordan, and Juliana Canfield as Beth Deville.
Eliza Clark will function showrunner and govt producer on Y: The Final Man after unique showrunners Michael Inexperienced and Aïda Mashaka Croal parted methods with the venture in 2019. Clark additionally wrote at the least the primary two episodes of the collection. All ten episodes of Season 1 shall be directed by girls, with Louise Friedberg helming the primary two episodes.
The primary two of ten episodes of Y: The Final Man will come to FX on Hulu on September 13. Try the brand new teaser under:
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