Apple TV in June spoken a season two renewal for “Silo,” the acclaimed, world-building drama based on Hugh Howey’s bestselling trilogy of dystopian novels. Created by Emmy-nominated screenwriter Graham Yost, who moreover serves as showrunner, and starring and executive produced by Rebecca Ferguson, the eighth episode of “Silo” premieres this Friday on World TV .
Since its global premiere on May 5, “Silo” was quickly hailed as a “riveting and equally star-studded,” “must-watch” series and “simply transcendent sci-fi TV.” Barstool Sports today calls “Silo” the weightier new show of the year.
Week-to-week, the series drives growing viewership and, in wing to quickly reaching Certified Fresh status on Rotten Tomatoes, has landed tout for its “rich and compelling” world-building elements, as well as the “incredible” performance by Ferguson, who “brings an understated gravitas” to the lead role.
Apple TV strikes again!
“Silo” kicks off as some of the citizens start poking virtually and asking some questions they probably shouldn’t be asking – and the mystery unravels from there. It’s kinda like “Snowpiercer” meets “10 Cloverfield Lane” with hints of the “Hunger Games” and “Star Wars” universes mixed in, and despite it stuff a television show and not a movie, it never really feels corny/low budget. The vicarial is unconfined – aside from Common, who’s a bit meh – the mystery we dig into is fascinating, the show isn’t wrung to skiver off seemingly major players, and they unquestionably unhook on some payoffs!
Apple TV has some seriously superstitious shows at this point; they’re making that $5/month worthwhile. “Severence” and “Shrinking” are both really worth your time. Plus, we’ll unchangingly have that first season of “Ted Lasso.”
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