The complete trailer for Apple’s limited series Five Days At Memorial, which follows the effects of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath on a New Orleans hospital, has been made available. Starring Vera Farmiga, Cornelius Smith Jr., and Cherry Jones, the show debuts on Friday, August 12.
The limited series, written by Oscar winner John Ridley and Emmy winner Carlton Cuse, explores Hurricane Katrina’s effects and aftermath on a New Orleans hospital. Thousands of people were stuck at Memorial Medical Center for five days after the hurricane. Exhausted hospital staff members were forced to make decisions that would have an impact on them for years to come as floods surged, lights went out, and the temperature skyrocketed.
In the ABC Signature series based on the nonfiction book by Sheri Fink, in addition to Farmiga, Robert Pine, Cherry Jones, Julie Ann Emery, Cornelius Smith Jr., Adepero Oduye, Molly Hager, Michael Gaston, and W. Earl Brown also star.
Cuse, Ridley, and Wendey Stanzler co-produced, co-wrote, and executive produced the movie Five Days At Memorial (For All Mankind, Dispatches From Elsewhere). ABC Signature, a unit of Disney Television Studios, is the source of Five Days at Memorial.
The first three of the eight-episode series’ global launch on Apple TV+ will air on Friday, August 12. Thereafter, fresh episodes will air every Friday until September 16 with the exception of August 19.
Is “Five Days at Memorial” on Hulu?
“Five Days at Memorial” won’t be streaming on the platform Hulu. Best choices: Glee, The 6th Day.
Is “Five Days at Memorial” on HBO Max?
“Five Days at Memorial” will not be hosted by the platform HBO Max. Best options: Seven, Snatch.
Is “Five Days at Memorial” on Prime Video?
“Five Days at Memorial” won’t be seen on Prime Video.
Along with a sizable selection of classic films, Amazon’s Prime Video will also include a few original series in July 2022.
The most notable of the lot is “The Terminal List” (July 1), which stars Chris Pratt as a Navy SEAL seeking revenge (and an unhealthy amount of vengeance) after his squad is obliterated on a clandestine operation. The series’ debut of the conspiracy thriller was helmed by Academy Award winner Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”) and was based on the best-selling book by Jack Carr.
Is “Five Days at Memorial” on Netflix?
“Five Days at Memorial” won’t be coming on Netflix. Best flick: Nikky Glaser Comedy Special.
Is “Five Days at Memorial” on Apple+?
The first three of the eight-episode series’ global launch on Apple TV+ will air on Friday, August 12.
Apple TV+ has a simpler subscription strategy than the majority of streaming services because there is only one cost for access to all the content. You may enjoy one of the finest discounts in the streaming industry by watching all those original movies and episodes for a staggering $4.99 each month. The site offers a free seven-day trial to all new customers before they are charged, which is wonderful for anyone interested in giving it a try.
Because there is only one fee for full access to all the material, Apple TV+ offers a simpler subscription model than the bulk of streaming services. Watching all those exclusive movies and episodes for an astounding $4.99 per month gives you access to one of the best deals in the streaming business. For those interested in giving the site a try, it offers a free seven-day trial to all new members before they are charged.