Apple TV+ Releases the Trailer for the Hurricane Katrina Series, “Five Days at Memorial”
Here is the potent teaser for the upcoming Apple TV+ limited series Five Days at Memorial, which explores how Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath affected a hospital in New Orleans that took the brunt of the 2005 storm.
The series, created by Emmy and Academy Award winners John Ridley and Carlton Cuse, is based on Sheri Fink’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book of the same name and centers on a hospital dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Vera Farmiga (Hawkeye), Cornelius Smith Jr. (Scandal), and Emmy-winning actress Cherry Jones appear in it (The Eyes of Tammy Faye).
Before Focusing on The Memorial Hospital, the Trailer (see It Below) Opens with The Fatal Hurricane Striking New Orleans.
Before focusing on the Memorial Hospital, where a tiny group of nurses and caregivers fight to take care of dozens of injured patients, the trailer (see it below) opens with the terrible hurricane striking New Orleans. The worn-out carers are forced to make decisions that will affect them in the long run as floodwaters rise, the temperature increases, and the power goes out.
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On Friday, August 12, 2022, the First Three Episodes of Five Days at Memorial Will Have Their Global Premiere.
Five Days at Memorial will have its international premiere on Friday, August 12, 2022, with the first three episodes. Thereafter, one new episode will air every Friday through September 16. Along with Wendey Stanzler, Cuse and Ridley act as directors, writers, and executive producers. The show is produced by ABC Signature, a division of Disney Television Studios.
The cast also includes W. Earl Brown, Robert Pine from CHiPs, Julie Ann Emery from Better Call Saul, Adepero Oduye from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Molly Hager from It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Michael Gaston from The Leftovers, and W. (Deadwood).
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