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The captivating trailer for new genre-bending, immersive series Calls, on Apple TV+, is here!

Now this is different. Kinda pulling together the best of podcasts, classic radio plays and video (let’s just call all this multimedia), Apple TV+ series Calls is an auditory mystery series that premieres on the channel from 19th March, and features an all-star voice cast that includes Aubrey Plaza, Pedro Pascal, Rosario Dawson, Nick Jonas, Lily Collins, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

Promising to be a ‘genre-bending thriller’, Calls, which premieres globally with all nine episodes of the first season on Friday, March 19, the series is based on the CANAL+ French series of the same name created by Timothée Hochet. What I like about the prospect of this is how it’ll rely on your imagination, as well as events, to really pull you in. Directed by Fede Álvarez (Don’t Breathe), the show uses audio and minimal abstract visuals to tell nine chilling, short-form stories. Find out more for yourself:

Here’s some official cast listings, it’s huuuuge!

The stellar cast assembled to bring this Apple Original series of eerie conversations to life includes Nicholas Braun (“Succession”), Clancy Brown (“The Shawshank Redemption”), Lily Collins (“Emily in Paris”), Rosario Dawson (“Jane the Virgin”), Mark Duplass (“The Morning Show”), Karen Gillan (“Avengers: Endgame”), Judy Greer (“Halloween”), Paul Walter Hauser (“Cobra Kai”), Danny Huston (“Children of Men”), Nick Jonas (“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”), Riley Keough (“The Girlfriend Experience”), Joey King (“The Act”), Stephen Lang (“Avatar”), Jaeden Martell (“Defending Jacob”), Paola Nuñez (“Bad Boys for Life”), Pedro Pascal (“The Mandalorian”), Edi Patterson (“The Righteous Gemstones”), Aubrey Plaza (“Parks and Recreation”), Danny Pudi (“Mythic Quest”), Ben Schwartz (“House of Lies”), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (“Tenet”) and Jennifer Tilly (“Family Guy”).

Calls is an Apple Original series in association with CANAL+, produced with Studiocanal and Bad Hombre, and will stream globally in over 100 countries on Apple TV+.


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