1899 Netflix Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar have devised an impending European multilingual epic historical mystery-horror television series, 1899, which will air on Netflix.
Dark creators Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar revealed on November 13, 2018, that they were creating the movie for Netflix as part of their overall arrangement with the streaming provider.
Two weeks later, at a Netflix press conference presenting European original programming, the project was confirmed to be moving forward. By July 2020, bo Odar had disclosed on Instagram that Friese had finished composing the pilot episode’s script.
A weeklong lens test shoot will formally begin off the series’ pre-production on November 24, 2020. The series was originally scheduled to begin the main filming on February 1, 2021, however, it was delayed three months due to unforeseen circumstances.
On May 3, 2021, filming began outside of Berlin, Germany. In addition to Studio Babelsberg, Dark Bay and bo Odar will use Volume, a virtual production studio, to shoot the series. There will also be some filming in London, United Kingdom (England). Framestore, a creative studio, will handle the visual effects for the series.
1899 will include eight one-hour episodes in its initial season. The pilot episode is titled “The Ship,” consistent with showrunner Baran bo Odar’s Instagram.
The Plot Of 1899 Netflix
As stated in the official press announcement, “the original tale revolves around a migrant ship going west to forsake the old continent from London to New York.” Their journey takes an unexpected turn when they come across another migrant ship drifting on the open sea. Rosalie Craig, Clara Rosager, Maria Erwolter, and Yann Gael were added to the cast on May 2, 2021, as well as Isabella Wei and Gabby Wong, Jon Bloquet, Fflyn Edwards, and Alexandr Willaume.
The Cast Of 1899 Netflix
It will be published on December 16, 2020, and Emily Beecham will play a key part.
Release Date & Trailer Update
Netflix released a short teaser of the new series in May 2021, but it was not a trailer. Because production has only just begun, we don’t expect anything more substantial for a while. The series was supposed to premiere on Netflix in 2021, but with a production start in April 2021 and a finish in September 2021, that is now unrealistic, and the first season will almost probably be released in 2022.