“Yellowjackets,” a survival thriller, will debut on Showtime shortly. Showtime picked up “Yellowjackets” in 2019, along with the revelation that Karyn Kusama would helm the series’s pilot episode. Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson created, and executive produced the series, reminiscent of “Lord of the Flies” and “Big Little Lies.”

Filming for the first season will continue in Vancouver, Canada, until September 30th. Showtime has picked up the series, and the pilot has already been shot.

Yellowjackets’ first teaser was released by Showtime in early August, giving audiences a first peek at what is sure to be a must-see series. “Yellowjackets” has been teased in the following way.

“Yellowjackets” has yet to be officially released, but we know it will premiere on Showtime in the fall due to the teaser. There’s no clear season tie-in here, although it would probably premiere in October if it were a horror show.

It’s difficult to predict a release date for most of Season 1 because we don’t know when the episodes will be filmed. However, to be on the safe side, “Yellowjackets” is likely to debut in mid-October at the very latest.

‘Yellowjackets’ will air for 2.5 months, according to the show’s schedule. There will be ten episodes in the first season, each lasting an hour. Yellowjackets, depending on when it begins, maybe a significant show in the early fall, with theories regarding all of the riddles provided throughout the season.

“It is the story of a team of tremendously talented high school soccer players who become the unlucky survivors of a plane crash deep in the harsh northern wilderness. The film is equal parts survival epic, psychological horror story and coming-of-age thriller. Almost 25 years later, the series recounts their decline from a complex but successful team to barbaric clans, illustrating that the past is never really done and that what began in the forest is far from over.”

What wasn’t mentioned in that plot is precisely how soon the Yellowjackets’ surviving colleagues deteriorate into a near-tribal culture to survive.

The trailer for “Yellowjackets” teases this particular element, which evokes memories of “Lord of the Flies.” As many as three teens can be seen in the background of a photo wearing furry masks with horns. However, it does hint at how much the survival aspect of the plot will devolve into madness as a result of the situation. After more than two decades, we have no notion of how the adult characters interact with one another, nor do we know how the children interact or lead their lives after the crash. 


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