Holy Crap, the Y: The Last Man TV Series Has Footage

Holy Crap, the Y: The Last Man TV Series Has Footage

Partial canopy of Absolute Y: The Last Man Vol. 1 hardcover collection; art by way of J.G. Jones.Image: DC ComicsIt’s really happening. After years and years of fake starts, the long-awaited TV variation of Brian K.

Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s comedian collection is finally, in fact getting made and we have facts—a very, very small quantity of evidence.At 24 seconds into this “FX on Hulu” promotional compilation ad, there is honest-to-God photos of the Y: The Last Man TV collection, about Yorick and his monkey trying to navigate a post-apocalyptic international filled entirely by women.As you can see, it’s now not a great deal at all—only a few seconds, wherein we can visit the male doomsday: bombs dropping, a aircraft crash, individuals collapsing, Yorick’s mother and congresswoman Jennifer Brown (Diane Lane) running, and Yorick’s sister Hero Brown (Olivia Thirlby) looking concerned in an “oh no a plague is wiping out all the men” form of way. If you spot more, please enable us realize in the comments.Even although it’s ludicrously brief, this is the first physical proof we’ve had that the exhibit exists seeing that FX first announced it was doing an edition in 2015.

Since then the exhibit has lost and won showrunners and cast, issued announcements followed by means of long periods of entire silence, and made us be troubled that it might never come out. Seeing this is like seeing George R.R. Martin dangle up a unmarried page from a print replica of The Winds of Winter—now not quite a bit, but finally something tangible.Apparently, the series is still recently being filmed, and won’t be done till this July. Add some time to comprehensive CG effects work after that, and it appears likely the exhibit will air on Hulu in past due 2021, or possibly even in 2022.

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Almost a year after a deadly virus sweeps the world, Phil ‘Tandy’ Miller (Will Forte) is seemingly the only human survivor in late 2020. As he searches for others and paints signs in every state saying he is alive in his hometown of Tucson, Arizona, he finds no one. After years of being alone, he decides to run his truck into a rock to commit suicide. He happens to look off to the side right before he hits and sees smoke; he ends up discovering another survivor, Carol Pilbasian (Kristen Schaal).[4] Despite being annoyed by each other, Carol believes it is their job as the last two survivors to repopulate the world but insists Phil marry her so their children will not be born out of wedlock. Although Phil thinks that it is ridiculous to hang on to traditions from the “old world”, they marry for re-population purposes. Over the next several months, more survivors join them. When Phil’s irritating attitude leads to his banishment from Tucson, Carol leaves with him.

In season 2, Phil and Carol continue their road trip in the middle of 2023.[5] They discover the group has relocated to Malibu, California and travel there to reunite with them and rebuild trust. Meanwhile, Phil’s astronaut brother Mike Miller (Jason Sudeikis) crashes down to Earth and finds his way to Malibu, where he joins the survivors briefly before getting sick and is ostracized by most of the group for seemingly having been infected with the virus.

In season 3, following a potential threat by paranoid and violent survivor Pat Brown (Mark Boone Junior), the other survivors move to a self-sustaining office building in San Jose, California, where Melissa (January Jones) struggles with mental instability and Carol discovers a young boy living in the woods whom they name Jasper. As time passes, Erica (Cleopatra Coleman) gives birth to a girl named Dawn, and the group decides to leave the United States for Mexico after seeing a nuclear facility meltdown close to the office.

In season 4, Pamela Brinton (Kristen Wiig), a rich woman living in a bunker, discovers the group via a drone. The group ends up on a boat and first meet Pamela after she kills Pat. Pamela kidnaps Tandy while the other survivors end up stranded on an island. Here they meet Glenn (Chris Elliott), who has been on the island before the virus broke out. Pamela’s guilt over abandoning the group becomes too much and they sail back to the island. The survivors move to Zihuatanejo, Mexico and while there, Carol gives birth to twin daughters and becomes pregnant again a few weeks later; Erica becomes pregnant again with Todd’s (Mel Rodriguez) first child; and Mike temporarily rejoins the group, having recovered from what was actually a weakened immune system, before leaving to search for a way to start his own family. During a hunt for the missing Jasper, Tandy and Todd end up meeting Karl (Fred Armisen) at a jail, who poses as a jailer but is in fact a cannibal. He terrifies them until they decide to kill him, before he kills one or all of them. However, he ends up finding a Rubik’s Cube that, once solved, explodes. Following a brief reunion with a recovered Mike, the main group then moves to Tapachula, only to be found and surrounded by dozens of underground survivors.

Although the series was canceled, the plan for the subsequent season was to have both groups of survivors live together and gain one another’s trust before the main characters ended up infecting and killing all of the others as carriers of the virus.