Kaos Release Date, Plot, & Cast – What Do We Know So Far?

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Kaos Release Date, Plot, & Cast

Kaos is an upcoming Netflix series set to offer a fresh take on the Greek gods, and it’s slated for release in August.

This eight-part series is the brainchild of actor and writer Charlie Covell, best known for the hit black comedy-drama The End of the F***ing World.

Initially, Hugh Grant was cast in a leading role, but he was soon replaced by Jeff Goldblum, known for his role in Jurassic World: Dominion.

If you are fond of Greek mythology or dark comedy, you might like Kaos. It is set to arrive on Netflix in a month. If you would like to know more about this show, we suggest you keep reading.

When Is Kaos Releasing?

We got our first glimpse of Kaos on 19th March 2024, when the official trailer dropped on YouTube. The preview shows a new version of Zeus and his world, contrasting it with the chaos on Earth.

This mythological dramedy series is described as “darkly funny” which adds a contemporary flair to Greek mythology. The show is both written and created by Charlie Covell, while the latter half of the series is directed by Georgi Banks Davies. The series was first announced in June 2018 and is produced by Sister, the company behind HBO’s Netflix’s Giri/Haji and HBO’s Chernobyl.

As far as the release date is concerned, the show is set to impress the audience on 29th August 2024. It will premiere on Netflix for subscribers to access. If you are intrigued to watch this show, you should get your subscription renewed now.

What Can We Expect In Kaos?

As the release date for Kaos draws closer, fans are getting impatient to know the plotline. According to the official logline, the show is about Zeus, who has enjoyed his reign as King of the Gods without any real threats for a considerable period of time. But one morning, he wakes up to find a wrinkle on his forehead, and instantly believe it to be a sign of an ancient prophecy predicting his downfall. 

It makes him paranoid and he starts to self-destruct, seeing warning signs everywhere. His fears are justified because Prometheus, once a friend and now a prisoner, is plotting against him. His plan involves three unsuspecting humans who don’t yet realize their crucial role in saving the world.

To find out how the show rolls, we will have to wait for the release date. Make sure to have your Netflix subscription renewed by then.

Who Are Cast In Kaos?

The cast members in Kaos are confirmed and it looks like we will have quite a few known faces in the show. Here’s a brief rundown of the actors who are expected to appear in the show.

  • Debi Mazar as Medusa
  • David Thewlis as Hades
  • Rakie Ayola
  • Aurora Perrineau as Riddy
  • Eddie Izzard as Lachy
  • Leila Farzad as Ari
  • Fady Elsayed as Glaucus
  • Tomi Egbowon-Ogunjobi
  • Killian Scott as Orpheus
  • Cliff Curtis as Poseidon
  • Misia Butler as Caneus
  • Shila Ommi
  • Nabhaan Rizwan as Dionysus
  • Jeff Goldblum as Zeus
  • Janet McTeer as Hera
  • Gilian Cally
  • Billie Piper
  • Stanley Townsend
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