Lost Lambs Aurora Perrineau is the very first main cast member to sign up with Kaos, an upcoming Netflix series based upon Greek and Roman folklore. Developed by Netflixs Completion of the F***ing World writer Charlie Covell, there is presently no release date for Kaos.

Kaos will function as a remarkable re-imagining of Greek and Roman mythological tales and will include numerous settings, consisting of Earth, Mount Olympus, and the Underworld. Making the series is Sibling, the production business accountable for HBOs Chernobyl and Netflixs Giri/Haji. ​​​​​​Other production business dealing with Kaos consist of ​All3 Productions, Brightstar, and All3Media.


The description for Kaos on Netflixs main website checks out, “This genre-bending series puts a modern twist on Greek and Roman mythology, exploring themes of gender politics, power, and life in the underworld.” It hasnt been validated which characters from Greek and Roman folklores will emerge in the series; nevertheless, because among the settings is Mount Olympus, possibilities are gods like Hades, Aphrodite, and Hermes might appear.

Its presently uncertain which character Perrineau will represent in the series. The star is popular for her function as Investigator Dani Powell on Fox’s Lost Lamb, which likewise stars Promises Michael Shine. Perrineau has actually likewise emerged in television shows such as Pretty Little Liars, Chasing After Life, When They See United States, and Into the Dark. Movies the star has actually appeared in consist of Air Accident, Jem and the Holograms, Reality or Dare, and Boo!. She is likewise set to appear in Season 4 of the hit HBO series, Westworld.

Kaos will include 8 episodes with recording prepared to occur in London, UK, and Spain. Manufacturers on Kaos consist of Charlie Covell, Georgi Banks-Davies, Katie Carpenter, Harry Munday, and Nina Lederman with Banks-Davies likewise functioning as the primary director. Executive manufacturers on the series consist of Lederman, Tanya Seghatchian, John Woodward, and Jane Featherstone.

Take a look at the main logline for Kaos listed below:

A darkly comedic and contemporary reimagining of Greek mythology, exploring themes of gender politics, power, and life in the underworld. Zeus has a wrinkle. He’s worried it might mean the end of the world… and it might. Because on earth, six humans — unaware of their importance or their connection to each other — learn that they are component parts of an ancient prophecy. Will they discover the truth about the gods, and what they’re doing to humans? And, if they do, will they be able to stop them?”