What if your class reunion happened at the end of the world? The Australian doomsday comedy ‘Class of ’07’ seeks to answer that question. The eight-part miniseries is a co-production between Matchbox Pictures, Universal Studios, and Amazon Studios, which plans on releasing the show on the Prime Video streaming service.
“Today, Prime Video released the official trailer for the Australian Amazon Original series Class of ’07,” Amazon said on their website. They added that it “is an eight-part, 30-minute series and an unapologetic love letter to female friendship, featuring two old friends finding their way back to each other in the most absurd of settings: the apocalypse.”
Amazon released several promotional images, a poster, and a teaser that shows the hilarious nature of the class trying to survive during doomsday. All eight episodes will be available upon release for subscribers of Prime Video.
You can watch the red band trailer below:
The show is created, written, executive produced, and directed by award-winning Australian writer and director Kacie Anning (Upload). Mimi Butler, Debbie Lee, and Alastair McKinnon are also executive producers on the comedy thriller.
The series stars Emily Browning, Caitlin Stasey, Megan Smart, Steph Tisdell, Emma Horn, Claire Lovering, Sana’a Shaik, Bernie Van Tiel, Chi Nguyen, Sarah Krndiga, Rose Flanagan, and Debra Lawrance.
Amazon Studios describes the synopsis as follows,
“Class of ‘07 is a comedy about a never-ending high school reunion with life-and-death stakes. When an apocalyptic tidal wave hits during the 10-year reunion of an all-girls high school, a group of women must find a way to survive atop the island peak of their high school campus. Now freshly entangled in decade-old drama, their greatest threat to survival isn’t the end of the world, but each other.”
The series will be released globally on Prime Video on March 17, 2023.
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