Keep Breathing is an upcoming survival drama limited series created by way of Martin Gero and Brendan Gall for Netflix.
The trailer features a female who survived a plane crash.
And try to maintain herself alive in the middle of the Canadian desolate tract.
About Keep Breathing
The series is written, created and executive produced by Martin Gero, And Brendan Gall and Warner Bros. tv Studios produces the collection. Maggie Kiley joined the series as executive manufacturer and director of the first three episodes in June 2021.
The series was again retitled “keep breathing” in June 2022. In June 2021, Melissa Barrera was set to be cast in the series. Jeff Wilbusch was brought as a recurring guest star one month later.
In the same month, F. Lozano and Juan P. Espinosa joined as recurring. And Stowell joined the cast in September 2021. And Filming began on June 28, 2021, in Vancouver, and wrapped on September 20, 2021.
Keep Breathing Release Date
The six-episode limited series will be released on Thursday, July 28, 2022. The Keep Breathing series will have a total of six episodes. And every episode will have approximately 60 minutes of runtime.
Along with Melissa Barrera, who plays the main person Liv. The series has also cast very famous people Jeff Wilbusch, Austin Stowell, Juan P. Espinosa, and Florencia.
The series will be directed by Maggie Kiley (Dr. demise, grimy John) and Rebecca Rodriguez (Queen of the South).
And Kiley will direct the first three episodes while Rodriguez directs the back half of the season.
Melissa Barrera has made her Netflix debut in keep breathing.
The Mexican actress these days starred in the return of the loved 90s horror franchise, Scream.
And can be reprising her role in Scream 6 which is going to launch in 2023.
She attended the American school foundation of Monterrey and she seemed in the school’s musical productions which include Grease, Aida, and Footloose.
Her tv debut was on the Mexican reality display Los Angeles Academia in 2011, where she showed off her talent for singing.
In 2013, she was part of the duet with Melissa Sebastian, with whom she recorded her first album.
And had her first top ten radio hit with their debut single “Mamma Maria”, a cover of Ricchi e Poveri’s music from the 1980s.
In 2015, she recorded the theme track “Volver a caer” alongside the Mexican singer Kalimba, for her telenovela Tanto Amor.
Trailer and Plotline
The video, which you can take a look at below, features a female who, after surviving a plane crash.
She tries to maintain herself alive in the middle of the Canadian desolate tract.
It also teases the things she’ll do so one can live on.
As she battles exhaustion and desperation, she recalls special moments of her life, which include the happy ones and the painful ones.