Peripheral trailer for the team behind Westworld debuts

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The trailer just dropped for the epic new sci-fi seriesThe ringroad. The new drama is based on the New York Times bestseller by William Gibson. The show was created by the team behind the hit HBO series WestworldLisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, and will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video Later this year.

The series stars Chloe Grace Moretz, Jack Reynor of midsummerGary Carr from The devilEli Goree from One night in MiamiLouis Herthem of Westworldand T’Nia Miller of The Haunting of Bly Manor.

“Flynne Fisher (Chloe Grace Moretz) lives in the rural south of the United States, working in the local 3D printing shop while earning some much-needed extra cash playing virtual reality games for the rich. One night, she dons a helmet and finds herself in a futuristic London, a sleek and mysterious world, surprisingly different from her own difficult existence.But it’s not like any game she’s played before: Flynne begins to realizing it’s not virtual reality…it’s real Someone in London, seventy years in the future, has found a way to open a door to Flynne’s world. either London…it’s also dangerous.As Flynne seeks to uncover who connected their worlds and for what purpose, his presence here sets in motion dangerous forces…forces bent on destroying Flynne and his family in his own world. The ringroad is master storyteller William Gibson’s dazzling and mind-blowing insight into the fate of humanity – and what lies beyond.

The author, Gibson, shared the trailer with his fans on his personal Twitter account as well as with Moretz on his own social media. The series will debut on Prime Video in October and release an episode every Friday through December. Amazon will make the series available in 240 countries and territories worldwide, similar to its other original productions such as Rings of power.

The ringroad will start streaming this 21st of Octobert and will release episodes up to December 9.

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