Jurassic Park's Sam Neill leads new alien show Invasion

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Photo credit: Apple TV+
Photo credit: Apple TV+

Jurassic Park legend Sam Neill is facing an extraterrestrial invasion in the first trailer for his upcoming Apple TV+ series.

Consisting of 10 episodes, the sci-fi epic – appropriately titled Invasion – is written and produced by The Martian and X-Men's Simon Kinberg, as well as Hunters' David Weil.

Deadpool 2's Shioli Kutsuna, Awake actor Shamier Anderson, Extraction's Golshifteh Farahani and Fauda's Firas Nassar appear in supporting roles.

Photo credit: Apple TV+
Photo credit: Apple TV+


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As for what's in store for Apple TV+ subscribers, Invasion captures the arrival of aliens via various perspectives around the world.

Judging by the footage shown in the trailer, our on-screen heroes will be faced with an enemy on a similar scale to Godzilla and Cloverfield's tentacled monster.

Jakob Verbruggen, whose credits include The Fall and The Alienist, will direct multiple episodes.

Photo credit: Apple TV+
Photo credit: Apple TV+


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Just last year, Neill revealed why his Jurassic character Dr Alan Grant was tempted back into the fold for Jurassic World: Dominion.

"I can't give anything away, but a real-life dinosaur is a compelling thing to someone who has devoted his life to them," he teased.

"There will be screaming. We know this."

Invasion premieres on Apple TV+ with its first three episodes on October 22, followed by new episodes every Friday.

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