Tribes of Europa: Netflix Reveals Trailer, Launch Date For Sci-Fi
Let’s hope it doesn’t come to that.
When society is feeling bad, comfort yourself that things can get worse and worse. Just check out the trailer Tribes of Europe, an internationally produced new Netflix science fiction series that plunges us headlong into a dystopian hell landscape like no other. Post-apocalyptic factions, blood sports for entertainment and a surprising emphasis on brutal action – this trailer has everything for connoisseurs of a certain type of story and comes from the producers of previous German Netflix sensations dark to boot.
By 2074, disaster leads to war, hatred leads to suffering, and Europe is roughly divided into three tribes. Some of them are peaceful enough, like the trio of siblings (Emilio Sakraya, Henriette Confurius, David Ali Rashed) from the tribe of the Origines. But many of them focus on power, domination, and vengeance. What happens when these siblings are separated and are forced to fight to save this divided world? I can see this being explored in the resulting TV series, right?
The tribes of Europe come from the Creator Philip Kochwho wrote the series next to it Jana Burbach and Benjamin Seiler. And as if to allay my specific fears that this show is just too dark for these times, he spoke of the need to convey a universal sense of hope through the series: “We have found that we have the positive and hope stronger We are not moving in a radioactively contaminated post-apocalypse with fate lurking around every corner. Instead, we are living in an exciting world in which everyone can get back on their feet. A new beginning for the continent, full of hope – symbolically new name: Europe, with English pronunciation. ”
Tribes of Europa is coming to Netflix on February 19th. Check out the official trailer and recap below.
2074. After a mysterious global catastrophe, a war rages between the tribes that have emerged from the ruins of Europe. Three siblings of the peaceful Origines tribe – Kiano (Emilio Sakraya), Liv (Henriette Confurius) and Elja (David Ali Rashed) – are separated and forced to go their own way in an action-packed battle for the future of this new Europe.
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