Bilingual Thriller ‘Now and Then’ Announced Alongside First-Look Images

1 Feb

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Apple TV+ have revealed the premiere date for upcoming bilingual thriller ‘Now and Then,’ debuting with three episodes on May 20th with new episodes debuting each subsequent Friday.

Set in Miami, the eight-episode limited series, shot in Spanish and English, will explore the differences between youthful aspirations and the reality of adulthood, as the lives of a group of college friends are turned upside-down following a celebratory weekend that ends in tragedy. Now, 20 years later, the remaining five are reluctantly reunited by a threat that puts their seemingly perfect worlds at risk.

Following on from the success of bilingual comedy ‘Acapulco,’ ‘Now and Then’ features a sunkissed ensemble of stars including; Academy Award nominees Marina de Tavira and Rosie Perez, Ariel Award winner José María Yazpik, multi-Goya Award winner Maribel Verdú, Manolo Cardona, Goya Award winner Soledad Villamil, Emmy Award winner Željko Ivanek, Jorge López, Alicia Jaziz, Dario Yazbek Bernal, Alicia Sanz, Jack Duarte and Miranda de la Serna.

The multi-layered thriller series, which received its first-look below, hails from Bambú Producciones and creators Ramón Campos, Teresa Fernández-Valdés and Gema R. Neira with Campos and Neira also taking on writing duties.

Whilst we don’t have to much to go on just yet, the early synopsis is giving us Kevin Williamson ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer…’ vibes, and we're all for it!

José María Yazpik, Marina de Tavira, Manolo Cardona, Maribel Verdú and Soledad Villamil in 'Now and Then.'
Željko Ivanek and Rosie Perez in 'Now and Then.'

Up Next: In preparation we recommend some of Rosie Perez’s career highlights including features '’Do the Right Thing’ and 'White Men Can’t Jump.'

‘Now and Then’ will soon be available to pre-add to your Up Next queue.

Sigmund Judge
Sigmund is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of ScreenTimes where he began his Apple TV coverage in 2016. With an unwavering passion for Apple, storytelling and storytellers alike, he writes about Apple TV with a focus on the arts, development, tvOS, home theatre and accessibility. Sigmund also co-host’s Magic Rays of Light, a weekly podcast exploring the world of Apple TV and the many talents bringing our screens to life.