Apple TV+ drama 'Invasion' gets trailer, debuts October 22

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Apple has revealed the first trailer for Apple TV+ sci-fi drama "Invasion" prior to its October 22 airing date.

Apple takes yet another stab at space drama through its Apple TV+ original programming. "Invasion" follows an alien invasion through different perspectives from people around the world.

The series is produced by Simon Kinberg known for "Deadpool" and "The Martian." It will debut on October 22 with three episodes and new episodes weekly after that.

The series stars Shamier Anderson, Golshifteh Farahani, Sam Neill, Firas Nassar, and Shioli Kutsuna. Executive produces include Jakob Verbruggen, Audrey Chon, Amy Kaufman, and Elisa Ellis.

The teaser shows quick shots of a disaster taking place across earth, though the alien menace themselves aren't seen on screen. "Invasion" is a part of Apple's 2021 Apple TV+ release schedule teased in a different video on Tuesday.

Apple TV+ is a subscription service that costs $4.99 per month. Customers can also get the service via any tier of Apple One.

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