We are here with the news from the event Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899! As you might know, 1899 is a new Netflix program that was previewed with a new teaser recently during the event, and the show comes from the makers of the series Dark.
According to the news shared at Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899, it appears that this program will maintain the creator’s appreciation and it will even be a better show than the Dark. The first trailer for the program is available below as it was released during the Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899.
The trailer presents us with an amazing first view of the series, and we included below a behind-the-scenes video of the show’s creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese. In the video, they are offering us an exclusive sneak tour behind the scenes of the news show 1899, and it was released during the event Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899. The video also includes how it was brought to life utilizing some of the world’s most modern production technology, and we are sure you will like it.
Aneurin Barnard, Emily Beecham, Anton Lesser, Andreas Pietschmann, and Clara Rosager will appear in the series as the cast members according to the announcement made in Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899.
In 1899, a migrant vessel sails west to depart from the ancient continent, and the passengers are a diverse group of Europeans connected by their aspirations and goals for their future. Their trip takes a dramatic turn when they come across another migrant ship floating on the open sea, and things take a different turn afterward. They discover something that will make their journey a terrifying nightmare.
The producers teased a little more in a conversation during Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899, and said that it was critical to be faithful to the languages and cultures, and they were aware of this when producing the new show. They also said they never intended to have characters from various nations, but everyone speaks English in the show, however, their plans were different.
They actually planned to escape to the center of Europe, where everyone is from someplace else so that every character could talk a different language. They believe that language determines so much of your culture and behavior, as stated during the Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899.
According to the teaser, the new show appears to be chilly and depressing, which many people are a fan of, and if you enjoyed the series Dark, we are sure you will also like this one too. It was revealed in Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899 that the show will be available on Netflix shortly, but unfortunately, no specific date has been set.
What will 1899 be about?
Netflix published the first teaser for their new German series, 1899, during the Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899. The plot revolves around a group of European immigrants who find a ship stranded in the middle of the ocean, and here is where their horror begins and things get complicated.
The first teaser trailer we shared above shows that the show is filled with riddles, strange objects and symbols, enigmatic personalities, key dates, and dismal cinematography, and even though the components feel familiar, what is waiting for us is a narrative full of mystery.
Furthermore, the video highlights the production values of the new show, which include a large cast, complicated scenes, and outstanding dress designs as was revealed during Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899.
Netflix 1899 Cast
The show is now under development, with a huge ensemble cast and a brief teaser. Here’s everything we know so far about the new series from Dark’s creators and production firm, Dark Ways.
Andreas Pietschmann joined the ensemble cast of 1899 in May 2021, and Pietschmann portrayed an older Jonas in the Dark if you watched the series. He will play Eyk Larsen in the new series 1899 as it was announced during Netflix Geeked Week Special 1899. In 1899, you’ll see the following characters: Alexandre Willaume, Miguel Bernardeau, Andreas Pietschmann, Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen, Maciej Musiał, Emily Beecham, Mathilde Ollivier, Rosalie Craig, Aneurin Barnard, Jonas Bloquet, Anton Lesser. We think all of these actors will come up to be an amazing team and present us with a show that is worthwhile to watch.
How to Watch 1899
Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar’s mysterious new thriller depicts a group of immigrants coming by boat from Europe to New York around the turn of the century, and you can watch the show only on Netflix as of now.