Apple has gradually amassed an intriguing library of science fiction on its streaming service. However, the show Hello Tomorrow takes a distinctive approach. A crew of salesmen, commanded by a man portrayed by Billy Crudup, are selling timeshares on the Moon.
“Good morning!” is based in a retro-future setting and revolves around a gang of itinerant marketers who promote moon timeshares.
Crudup plays Jack, a talented and bold salesclerk whose relentless hope for a better tomorrow inspires his employees and provides new life to his customers in need, while risking leaving him terribly lost in -the same fantasy that keeps him going.
What will be the release date of Hello Tomorrow!?
Hello Tomorrow! will be available on Apple TV Plus on Friday, February 17, 2023. the first three episodes of season 1 will be available all directly.
Hello Tomorrow! will be a half-hour show, which will have (10) episodes, with one coming out every week after its launch; will conclude on April 7th.
What is the plot of Hello Tomorrow!?
The following is the official synopsis for Hello Tomorrow! :
“Hello, Tomorrow! is set in a retro-future environment and revolves around a gang of traveling salesmen who promote moon timeshares.
Billy Crudup plays Jack, a talented and bold salesclerk whose unwavering faith in a better tomorrow motivates his employees and empowers his anxious customers, however, threatens to drown them hopelessly in the very dream that support him.”
That’s an intriguing, high-concept concept. The good thing is that they appear to have a cast capable of pulling it off.
Who will be in the Hello Tomorrow Cast?
Haneefah wood as Shirley Stedman
Nicholas Podany as Joey Shorter
Dewshane Williams as Herb Porter
Billy Crudup as Jack Billings
Alison tablet as Myrtle Mayburn
Dagmara Dominczyk as Elle
Hank Azaria as Eddie Sharples
Is there a Trailer for Hello Tomorrow?
There absolutely is! Apple TV+ revealed the teaser for Hello Tomorrow! on January 18, 2023. The trailer promotes the concept of space flight, fittingly set to the iconic song “Fly Me To The Moon”.
Despite the representation of a past period, flying cars, dog robots, robot cleaners, and other intriguing concepts are presented. The main protagonist, Jack, is shown giving a modest section of moon families in the retro-futuristic civilization, but all is not as it seems.
With positive sales approaches, eye-catching graphics, and small brochures, Jack and his colleagues seem ready to give the city’s residents a glimpse of tomorrow.
The teaser teases secrets about Jack’s businesses and the true scope of the timeshare as the youngest salesclerk of the group ultimately feels the fear of his employer.
The 1 1/2 minute trailer shows diverse corporate pranks, Alison Pill’s character setting her house on fire, and an old-fashioned spaceship flying towards what appears to be the moon while others look on with ‘desperation.