Come Find out the details of the upcoming Netflix series The Three-Body Problem. Science fiction is such a genre that has been around for many years but still, it’s coming up with new stories and new adventures.
Sometimes it is action related while other times it is just the drama we have seen in variety shows. Talking about any science fiction we will have very soon then Netflix as a platform is coming up with a lot. Among them is a science fiction television series called The Three-Body Problem.
Drawing its bases from a novel called The Three-Body Problem written by Liu Cixin, the series was written by David Benioff, DB Weiss, and Alexander Woo. It is produced by many production companies and individuals but with regards to the original network then it’s Netflix.
The Three-Body Problem Production Details and Cast Members.
Talking about the release date then it has not been confirmed with any month or day but with regards to the year then it will come out in 2023. The number of episodes is also not confirmed but we may be getting someplace under the running time of 40 to 50 minutes.
The series called The Three-Body Problem is a couple of Chinese physicist and researcher named Wang Miao who somehow gets entangled in a conspiracy. This conspiracy is related to several suicides amongst the frontiers of science.
There is another character named Ye Wenjie who is an astrophysicist. Ye saw her father being brutally killed. After her father’s murder, she went to a labor camp but later got involved in a conspiracy because of her scientific background. Her daughter is among the suicides that was investigated by Wang.
Due to the above situation, the two main characters got to know one another and have become friends. The main character Wang goes through many things and divulges many mysteries.
Coming to the cast and characters then we will see some new faces that we haven’t seen anywhere else in the series. While others are famous actors who are playing the lead role in The Three-Body Problem. So without further ado let’s have a look at the casting:
Eiza González, Benedict Wong, Tsai Chin, John Bradley, Liam Cunningham, Jovan Adepo, Jess Hong, Marlo Kelly, Alex Sharp, Sea Shimooka, Seamer Usman, Jonathan Pryce, Rosalind Chao, Ben Schnetzer, and eventually Eve Ridley.