Sky confirms premiere date for Brave New World
Stream all nine episodes from 2nd October 2020.
Sky has confirmed the premiere date for the upcoming miniseries Brave New World.
The broadcaster has announced that the first episode of this dystopian drama will air on Sky One on 2nd October.
All nine episodes will also become available to stream on NOW TV via their Entertainment Pass on this date.
Adapted from Aldous Huxley’s classic novel of the same name, Brave New World is set in New London, a city with a very strict social hierarchy where everybody is kept happy by a powerful drug called Soma.
Dissatisfied with this existence, technician Lenina Crowe (Jessica Brown Findley) and middle management type Bernard Marx (Harry Lloyd) take a trip to the Savage Lands and become swept up in a rebellion.
Solo's Alden Ehrenreich, Kylie Bunbury, Nina Sosanya, Hannah John-Kamen and Demi Moore also star.
Brave New World was developed by Daniel Weiner and written by him, Happy’s Grant Morrison and Brian Taylor.
The first two episodes were directed by Owen Harris who also helmed the critically acclaimed Black Mirror entries San Junipero and Striking Vipers.
You can stream all nine episodes of Brave New World on NOW TV from Friday 2nd October.