20 July 2024
Jeff Goldblum, making an barbeque in Kaos

First Look Images At Netflix Series Kaos Starring Jeff Goldblum

Back in March, Netflix teased us with the First Look Trailer for Greek Mythology dramedy Kaos. Today, they tease even more with the series launch date plus First Look images.

The prospect of Jeff Goldblum as Zeus, the  king of the gods is enticing.  The summer of ‘Kaos‘ has arrived and its time to honour him that’s a command not a request! On 29th August, you can watch all 8 episodes!

Charlie Covvell, the creator The End of the F*****g World is the mastermind behind this one. Kaos is an irreverent dramedy, inspired by Greek mythology (no degree in classics required!). A dysfunctional family (of gods) – cruel fathers, wayward sons, discontented wives and warring brothers – the series takes a fresh look at power structures and the idea of the 1%.
All scenes taken from Netflix series Kaos starring Jeff Goldblum

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Jeff Goldblum plays Zeus: king of the Gods, ruler of the world. He’s cruel, stylish and all-powerful.

That is, until he’s not. From BAFTA winning screenwriter and showrunner Charlie Covell (The End Of The F***ing World), KAOS is a bold, darkly comic, contemporary take on Greek mythology: exploring love, power, and life in the underworld.

Having long enjoyed his status as King of The Gods, Zeus’ reign has never been truly threatened. That is until he wakes up one morning and discovers a wrinkle on his forehead. Believing it to be the harbinger of an ancient prophecy which foretells his destruction, neurosis sets in: Zeus becomes convinced his fall is coming. As his paranoia takes hold, the God of Gods – seeing signs everywhere – starts to dangerously self-destruct.

And he’s right to be worried. Zeus’ one time friend and now prisoner, Prometheus, is orchestrating a plan to bring him down. The plan involves three disparate humans, all of whom are totally unaware of their cosmic significance or the part they must play in saving the world. No pressure. (Some pressure).

The rest of the cast includes David Thewlis as Hades, Janet McTeer as Hera, Cliff Curtis as Poseidon. Nabhaan Rizwan as Dionysus, Killian Scott as Orpheus, Aurora Perrineau as Riddy. Misia Butler as Caneus. Plus Leila Farzad as Ari , Rakie Ayola as Persephone and Stanley Townsend as Mino.

Kaos will launch globally on Netflix from 29th August.

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