HBO MAX dropped the release date as well as the trailer of its upcoming dystopian war drama, DMZ. Created by Roberto Patino, DMZ is based on a comic book series by Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli. The miniseries is being produced by Ava DuVarney, Roberto Patino and Ernie Dickerson along with companies like ARRAY filmworks, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television. DuVarney and Dickerson are acting as directors of one and three episodes, respectively.
With the release date being surfaced, let’s see what all we know about DMZ:
DMZ Release Date
All four episodes of DMZ will be released on HBO MAX on March 17, 2022.
The trailer takes the viewers to a place which is far from the present day United States. Of all the high standing skyscrapers, what’s left is rubble, stones, dust and overgrown flora. Among the cross fires and power grabbing, Alma finds her way in the DMZ of Manhattan in pursuit to find her son. However, it isn’t going to be easy. Standing in her way is Benjamin Bratt, a gang leader who started controlling the city when everything went into chaos.
The story follows Alma Ortega, who is a medic, and her search for her son in a dystopian United States where the duo got separated in an evacuation drive. The country has been torn apart due to the second Civil War and one of the demilitarized zones is Manhattan. However, though it is demilitarized and cut off from the outside, Manhattan too has become the ground for power struggle and internal conflicts. With all such dangers and her life at stake, Alma sneaks in to reunite with her lost son.
- Rosario Dawson as Alma Ortega, known for her role as Claire Temple in Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Benjamin Bratt as Parco Delgado, known for his role as Dr. Jake Reilly on ABC’s Private Practice
- Freddy Miyares as Skel, best known for portraying older Raymond Santana on the 2019 Netflix original series “When They See Us”.
- Hoon Lee as Wilson, known for King in the Broadway revival of The King and I
- Jade Wu as Susie, has been a part of Sci-fi series, Manifest.
- Rey Gallegos as Cesar, known for the Fox TV show Gang Related (2014), American Sniper (2014) and the American television series Ice (2016).
- Agam Darshi as Franklin, best known for her roles in Dead Zone, The L-Word, and as Laura in the horror film Final Destination 3
- Juani Feliz as Carmen, known for her roles in Harlem, Power, etc.
- Rutina Wesley as Athena, best known for her roles as Tara Thornton on the HBO television series True Blood.
- Mamie Gummer as Rose, last seen in 2021 American horror film, Separation.
- Nora Dunn as Oona, and is currently a part of American sitcom, Home Economics.
- Henry G. Sanders as Cedric, was last seen in Charming the Hearts of Men
- Jordan Preston Carter as Odi
- Venus Ariel as Nico