Y: The Last Man TV show is finally happening and looks insanely good in first trailer

Brian Okay. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s comedian collection Y: The Final Man is taken into account by many to be one of many medium’s best, telling the story of a cataclysmic occasion that causes all beings on Earth with the Y chromosome to abruptly die, save for one male human named Yorick Brown and his pet monkey, Ampersand.

After spending greater than a decade as one among Hollywood’s most sought-after properties, and with quite a few failed makes an attempt to deliver the story to display screen, Y: The Final Man is lastly getting the live-action therapy, courtesy of a brand new TV collection from FX and Hulu.

With Y: The Final Man set to stream on Hulu within the US and internationally by way of Disney Plus Star from September 13, FX has determined to whet our appetites even additional by dropping the present’s very first trailer, proving as soon as and for all that sure, that is actually occurring. You may try Y: The Final Man’s trailer beneath.

Evaluation: will the present do the comedian justice?

Based mostly on the trailer above, FX’s adaptation of Y: The Final Man appears to have nailed the Vertigo comedian’s imaginative and prescient of a world androcide that plunges the world’s inhabitants in the direction of its inevitable extinction.

It seems as if showrunner Eliza Clark (Animal Kingdom, The Killing) and her artistic staff are treating the fabric with the suitable quantity of seriousness, exhibiting simply how rapid the devastation would happen.

The present additionally appears completely forged, with Ben Schnetzer (Warcraft: The Starting, The E-book Thief) within the title position, alongside Diane Lane (Batman v Superman: Daybreak of Justice) as Yorick’s mom, Senator Jennifer Brown, and Olivia Thirlby (Dredd, The Wackness) and his paramedic sister, Hero Brown.

If the present’s creators play their playing cards, Y: The Final Man may find yourself being a Strolling Useless-level megahit. In fact, we’ll have to attend till September 13 to see if the present does the comedian justice.