The third day is the upcoming TV short series, written by writers Dennis Kelly and Felix Barrett, and directed by Mark Mundon and Philippa Losopp.
Produced by Sky Studios, HBO, Plan B Entertainment and Punchdrunk. It will premiere on HBO in the United States on September 14, 2020, and on Sky Atlantic in the United Kingdom on September 15, 2020.
This series records the personal journey of a man and a woman to a mysterious island at different times.
The work will be divided into three parts, each part has three interrelated stories. The first “Summer” film directed by Mark Monden (Utopia National Treasure) will follow Sam (played by Jude Law), who is drawn to a mysterious island off the coast of England, where he meets A group of islanders who maintain tradition. At any cost.
The third part of the “Winter” series directed by Philippa Lowthorpe (“The Crown, Three Girls”) follows Helen (played by Naomi Harris), who is a will A strong outsider, he came to the island to seek answers, but his arrival was incredible. A battle that determines fate.
However, the only thing is that after the summer part of the show is aired, the second part of the production will be described in a one-time live event in London. The producers of the show described the show as a “major immersive theater event”, and the live footage of the show will enable followers of “Day Three” to “live as the story happens.”
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Jude Law as Sam
Katherine Waterston as Jess
Paddy Considine as Mr Martin
Emily Watson as Mrs Martin
Naomie Harris as Helen
John Dagleish as Larry
Freya Allan as Kail
The series began piloting in June 2019, and it was announced that Jude Law will take the lead. Marc Munden was hired to direct the first three episodes, and Dennis Kelly wrote. In July, Katherine Waterston, Paddy Constantine and Emily Watson joined the cast. Naomie Harris and John Dagleish joined in August, and Philippa Lowthorpe was hired to direct the last three episodes of the series. Kit de Waal and Dean O’Loughlin also joined Kelly, co-authoring two episodes. The series will premiere on September 14, 2020.
The series began shooting in the UK in July 2019.
The series was originally scheduled to premiere on HBO on May 11, 2020, and in the United States on May 12, 2020. As the post-production of the series was affected, HBO and Sky withdrew the series from the schedule in April 2020. Caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.