At long last, Y: The Last Man will finally grace TV screens when it debuts on Sept. 13, 2021.
FX announced it finally has a premiere date for Y: The Last Man during a press conference on Thursday. The comic series has kicked around Hollywood since at least 2015 and has had multiple starts and stops along the way.
The last major issue was a change in the lead actor after Barry Keoghan had dropped out of the production in Feb. 2020. He was later replaced with Ben Schnetzer in March of the same year.
The story will follow that of the 2002 comic series that sees Yorick Brown wake one morning to discover that he and his capuchin monkey, Ampersand, are the last two males alive on Earth. The story then follows as they venture into this new world filled with nothing but women.
The series will also star Diane Lane as Senator Jennifer Brown, Imogen Poots as Hero Brown, Latasha Lynch as Agent 355, Juliana Canfield as Beth, Marin Ireland as Nora, Amber Tamblyn as Mariette Callows, and Timothy Hutton as the U.S. President.
Y was scheduled to debut in 2020, but was delayed due to the reshoots needed on the pilot episode as well as the pandemic.
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