One of the most reliable bets of Amazon Prime Video for 2020 is this series, ‘ Tales from the loop, ‘which will combine drama and science fiction. The dystopian plot is in an alternative 80s that reminds us of ‘ Stranger Things ‘ mixed with the podcast ‘ Welcome to Night Vale ‘, where high-tech machines, The illustrations of the Swedish author Simon Stalenhag, which were already adapted to an illustrated book, will be the basis of this new series
The series has been produced alongside Fox 21 Television Studios and Jane Francis, executive vice president, was eager to start production, and praises the virtues of the official showrunner: Nathaniel Halpern, one of the creators of ‘Legion.’
“I was immediately intrigued with the idea of bringing Stålenhag’s paintings to real life, but it will be Nathaniel’s task, thanks to his vision and his way of creating stories from an incredibly passionate and emotional point of view, carrying the project and his way of telling it.
“With this new bet, Amazon Prime Video is postulated as one of the streaming services to consider this year. Not only do we have the series ‘ The Lord of the Rings, ‘but it has also had an excellent reception ‘ Hunters, ‘the set of Nazi hunters with Al Pacino and produced by Jordan Peele (director of ‘Get Out’), the remake of ‘Utopia’ with Gillian Flynn (author of ‘Lost’) or the new futuristic drama of the creators of ‘Westworld.’
The trailer of the series shows us some of the protagonists, such as Jonathan Pryce or Rebecca Hall, and has had the help in the production of Mark Romanek (who rose to fame directing the futuristic video clip ‘Scream’ by Michael Jackson) and Matt Reeves, who is immersed in his ‘ The Batman ‘ movie. The premiere is next April 3, and, to open your mouth, you can get one of his books published by Roca Editorial in Spain.