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All About Netflix’s Mythological Series ‘Kaos’

All About Netflix's Mythological Series 'Kaos'

Netflix has a series that is characterized as a “darkly humorous, modern twist on Greek mythology.” named Kaos.

Netflix will produce a series named ‘Kaos.’ It is a whole new mythological series. 

Do you know, Charlie Covell is developing and writing Kaos. He delivered the popular series The End of the F***ing World to Netflix. 

Georgi Banks-Davies, whose credits include I Hate Suzie and Paper Girls, is the film’s principal director. Sister, the company behind HBO’s hit miniseries Chernobyl and Netflix’s short-lived co-production Giri/Haji is producing Kaos. 

Their upcoming projects include Eric for Netflix, as well as this, Is Going to Hurt, The Baby, The Power, and Pack of Lies. Brightstar and All3Media are partners in the project.

Covell, Davies, Katie Carpenter, Harry Munday, and Nina Lederman are among the producers

Everything else we know about Netflix’s new series

There is still a scarcity of information regarding “Kaos.” Netflix has yet to launch an official promotional campaign. However, we do know a lot about the show’s conceptual goals.

According to its official Netflix page, “Kaos” is a “fiction series.” It explores issues of gender politics, power, and life in the underworld. It puts a modern spin on Greek and Roman mythology.

Furthermore, the series is shaping up to be an ambitious high-fantasy iconic. The type that television has become so good at in the post-2010s era.

For those curious about the scale of “Kaos,” Charlie Covell told the Radio Times that it would have a Game of Thrones scope.  

However, Covell stated that he would use the scale for something more in line with her prior work.

When is Kaos releasing?

The road to screen for “Kaos,” like every other project impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic, has been bumpy. 

Netflix first announced the project on June 10, 2018. Deadline and other publications claimed that it had been awarded a 10-episode straight-to-series order.

With that in mind, it’s possible that “Kaos” will be released this year. 

Netflix felt confident enough in the project’s condition to create an official page for it. In addition, we may safely predict a release date of 2022.

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