The twin-sisters limited series Echoes, created by 13 Reasons Why writer, executive producer, and showrunner Brian Yorkey, has received Netflix’s approval.
The psychological thriller will have the Pulitzer Prize-winning author as executive producer and co-showrunner as part of a multi-year overall arrangement with the streamer for series and other projects.
Quinton Peeples (Runaways) and Yorkey (Eden) will serve as executive producers and co-showrunners on the seven-episode order for Echoes, devised and written by Australian writer-producer Vanessa Gazy.
Executive producers Imogen Banks (The Beautiful Lie) and Endemol Shine Banks Australia are also behind the series.
Leni and Gina, identical twins who share a dangerous secret, are the central characters in the mystery thriller Echoes. Leni and Gina have been surreptitiously switching lives since they were young, leading to a dual existence as adults: They share two homes, two husbands, and a child, but when one of the sisters goes missing, their carefully orchestrated world is upended.
Echoes (Limited Series) Release Date, and More
Netflix is collaborating once more with Brian Yorkey, the showrunner, writer, and producer of the acclaimed series 13 Reasons Why, to increase its selection of thrillers. The psychological thriller Echoes, which Yorkey will create, will tell a tale of twin sisters and give the “twin exchange” cliché a new, far darker twist.
According to Deadline, Netflix has ordered seven episodes of the hour-long limited series Echoes. According to issue 1253 of Production Weekly, Wilmington, NC, will begin production on Netflix’s Echoes in August 2021.
The release of Echoes on Netflix has been announced to happen on August 19, 2022.
EUE/Screen Gems Studios have announced they would be hosting the project, thanks to a Tweet. Florida Man, a different production, will also be filmed in 2021.