By sanjay verma
"Masters Of The Air," the highly-anticipated follow-up series to "Band Of Brothers" and "The Pacific," has announced its release date and shared exciting first look images.
The first two episodes of this gripping war drama are set to premiere worldwide on Friday, January 26, next year, exclusively on Apple TV+.
Viewers can look forward to a weekly release schedule, with the remaining seven episodes of the series airing every week until March 15, 2024.
"Masters Of The Air" reunites powerhouse trio Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, and Gary Goetzman, known for producing the critically acclaimed "Band Of Brothers" and "The Pacific."
The series is written by John Orloff and boasts an impressive lineup of directors, including Cary Joji Fukunaga ("No Time To Die"), Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck ("Half Nelson"), Dee Rees ("Mudbound"), and Tim Van Patten ("Black Mirror").
"Masters Of The Air" is based on the true story of the American men of the 100th bomb group as they carried out daring bombing raids over Nazi Germany during World War II, offering a captivating glimpse into history.
The series is adapted from the book of the same name by Donald L. Miller, ensuring an authentic and gripping narrative.
The first images reveal an impressive ensemble cast, including Austin Butler, Callum Turner, Anthony Boyle, Nate Mann, Rafferty Law, Barry Keoghan, Josiah Cross, Branden Cook, and Ncuti Gatwa.
Gary Goetzman describes "Masters Of The Air" as a tribute to the brave men of the 8th Air Force, highlighting their courage and brotherhood that played a crucial role in defeating Nazi Germany.