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Having recently been announced to debut on Netflix in January 2024, we now learn that Netflix is ​​lining up its ambitious new sci-fi project from DB Weiss and David Benioff to launch on Netflix on January 1, 2024, to bring the new Year.

Poised to be one of the most expensive and global shows on Netflix in terms of scale, 3 body problem It’s still very much shrouded in mystery regarding what we can expect from the new adaptation.

As we have covered in recent years, the project, led by the game of Thrones duo, boasts a massive cast, including the likes of Jess Hong, Benedict Wong, Jonathan Pryce, Eve Ridley, and Rosalind Chao, to name just a few.

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Story details are being kept under wraps beyond a few hints, such as the official synopsis for the show’s Netflix page:

«A fateful decision in the 1960s in China echoes across space and time for a group of scientists today, forcing them to face humanity’s greatest threat.»

Netflix officially announced a release window for the new show at TUDUM 2023 in mid-June 2023, confirming only a broad release date of January 2024. We’ve also been given some first glimpses of the show courtesy of a new trailer:

Now, What’s on Netflix has learned that the series is currently releasing on January 1, 2024 (New Year’s Day), which means you’ll want to cancel your New Year’s Eve plans to get your binge in and given the complexity of the source material, you won’t want to. hangover while watching.

Netflix has yet to officially confirm January 1; worth noting.

January 1 makes sense, given that the date has seen the release of some great shows in recent years. cobra kaicertainly at the height of its popularity, it released its third season on January 1, 2021. In 2023, Netflix’s big drop to bring in the New Year was Kaleidoscope.

Since TUDUM, Netflix has been uploading some assets from the show to its media center and the show’s page on Netflix, including a new poster (seen below) and cover art (both featuring a golden hand in stasis).

3 body problem poster netflix

This is one of several projects Benioff and Weiss have with Netflix, and a couple have already launched as part of their expansive overall deal with Netflix. Earlier this year, we exclusively reported that Benioff was preparing his next Netflix project in the form of a For whom the Bell Tolls.

For more information 3 body problemkeep it locked here on What’s on Netflix.