Set those countdown timers and prepare yourself for Netflixs upcoming program The Longest Night, which stars Luis Callejo and Alberto Amman. The Spanish-language series will premiere on the banner Friday, July 8. As part of the date statement, Netflix shared a short teaser for what audiences can anticipate.
The teaser opens with a man glancing at a clock ominously. The very first text to appear states “One night” followed by a countdown that starts at 8 hours for the characters. Sprinkled in between extra text cards, the teaser offers quick glances at the shows repeating characters as they end up being locked into the jail without any power and no apparent ways of escape. As the teaser reaches its conclusion, The Longest Night shows people on fire, a man beating something or somebody, and another individual shouting and being brought away. The only discussion comes at completion, as a man states, “Its going to be a long night, Hugo.”
Embed In Monte Baruca, a psychiatric jail, the six-episode series follows a group of people who are entirely cut off from all outdoors interaction. On the other hand, there are armed males surrounding the structure with the main objective of capturing a serial killer called Simón Lago (Callejo).
The Longest Night series shares its release month with 2 extra action/thriller jobs from Netflix, consisting of Anthony and Joe Russos spy thriller The Gray Man, and the live-action sci-fi/horror series Resident Evil.
Prior to The Longest Night, numerous of the cast members appeared in other Netflix originals. Audiences might acknowledge Amman for his function as Pancho Herrera in Narcos and Narcos: Mexico, both of which ran for 3 seasons from 2015-2017, and 2018-2021, respectively. Callejo starred in the banners initial movie Listed Below Zero, which was launched in 2021 while José Luis García Pérez can be seen in the more current series In From the Cold, launched early this year, where he plays Felipe Calero. Maria Caballero, Fran Berenguer, David Solans, Roman Rymar, and Pérez star along with Callejo and Amman. Behind the screens, The Longest Night is directed by Oscar Pedraza from a movie script written by Xosé Moraisa and Victoriano Sierra Ferreiro.
The Longest Night will show up on Netflix on July 8. The logline, per Netflix, checks out: “The countdown has already begun and chaos is about to break out in the Monte Baruca prison.”
Have a look at the date statement teaser listed below: