Monday, September 6, 2021

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON NBC'S SUPER EXPENSIVE ADVENTURE TV SERIES LA BREA SET IN A PRIMEVAL SINKHOLE THAT SWALLOWS LA STARRING EOIN MACKEN, NATHALIE ZEA, JON SEDA, NICHOLAS GONZALEZ

   LA BREA TV SERIES  
PRIMEVAL FUN ARRIVES SOON
It is the most expensive television series shot down in Australia in more than a decade. NBC moved the production on their upcoming new adventure
La Brea arrives September 28th to NBC
series LA BREA Down Under where it was safer for the crew during the covid pandemics. Now the series, which cost well over $70 million to make, is ready to start airing September 28th on NBC as one of the very few new shows that we can look forward to this month. David Aplebaum's high end show uses the real life mystery of famous La Brea tar pit that exists in the middle of Los Angeles as the trigger for the story about a family which inexplicably finds themselves in a primeval world, along with a number of fraught strangers, when a massive sinkhole sinks a sizable chunk of Los Angeles deep into the Earth!
 
  STORY OF LA BREA CENTRES
around a mother (Nathalie Zea) and a father (Eoin Macken) who are suddenly separated from one another when a massive sinkhole swallows
The show is still shooting Down Under
hundreds of Los Angeles people, buildings, and landmarks from the busy city. Rather than plummet to their deaths, these fallen souls are descended into a primeval land, unlike anything in the known world, where they have no choice but to band together to survive all the dangers which, as you can see in the trailer, involve some nasty primeval beasts and animals as well, both the land ones and the flying ones. Meanwhile, the rest of the world desperately seeks to understand what happened. In the search for answers, one family torn apart by this disaster will have to unlock the secrets of this inexplicable event to find a way back to each other.

WHO WILL FALL INTO LA BREA?
Nathalie Zea  plays Eve Harris, a busy working mom who’s sometimes a little overprotective and just trying to hold it all together. Eoin Macken’s Gavin Harris, Eve’s recently estranged husband, is full of swagger and charm. Jack Martin will be Josh Harris, Gavin’s son who coasts through
Zyra, Martin, Zea and Macken are the Harrises in the series
life on his wit, has great sense of humor and an undeniable charisma. Zyra Gorecki will play their daughter as the first actress with a bionic leg to lead a major network show. Jon Seda will play Dr. Benjamine Glass, a former Navy Seal who knows how to take charge and is a father of a teenage girl (Veronica
Seda, Gonzalez, McKenzie, St Clair also star in La Brea
St. Clair). Nicholas Gonzalez will play Levi Brooks, an Air Force pilot and Gavin’s best friend who is recruited to lead the mission to save the people who fell into the sinkhole. Josh McKenzie will play Lucas. Sarcastic with an air of danger, Lucas has gone down a road of crime and works as a drug dealer!

18 comments:

  1. looks so good , I can not wait , hope NBC is kind this time

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  2. I used to enjoy catastrophic films, but after watching so many during last few years, I don't have high expectation any more.

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    1. Yes, that Tribes of Europa series of yours was really terrible earlier this spring.

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  3. Looks a very different and interesting film. This kind of films are popular here. Yesterday, i watched "evangelist end game" it was too long but exciting.

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    1. This will be a whole series not a film, but we still don't know how many episodes it will have.

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    2. Thanks for the info! Did you see that Eoin retweeted this post?

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  4. Ugh, 70 million dollars and of course it’s super life like! I’ll be skipping this one. The trailer alone had me edge with the dangling people and mysterious creatures swooping about. Although, I spied the actress from Vampire Diaries that I like. :)

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    1. You are saying you wouldn't be interested in meeting a pterodactyl? I thought you was into birds....

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    2. That's not a bird. It's a beast! I've seen Jurrasic World so I know how they do.. lol

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    3. It is the grandmother of all birds.

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  5. Not my cup of tea, but for $70 million, they better find an audience that likes this kind of series LOL

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    1. I think the audience will be there, the problem is NBC who cancels everything mid first season. I don't think they marketed this one much, it probably would've been a massive hit at Netflix.

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    2. I haven't heard of it other than here. Spending that kind of money on production and none on advertisement is almost a recipe for failure. I agree, I think this one should have been saved for Netflix or Amazon.

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    3. Not to mention we are two weeks away from the premiere and still no full trailer.

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  6. Ok, now that looks like something that I would like.

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