Here's Another Look at George R. R. Martin's Nightflyers
The psychological thriller gets a new trailer out of Comic-Con.
By Chris Morse
From the mind of Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin comes Nightflyers, a brand-new sci-fi/horror series coming to SYFY this fall. This new trailer has many more story details than the previous teaser, showcasing what to expect when this series kicks off in presumably a few months. With their world dying, the characters we meet here are embarking on a mission to save humanity in the Nightflyer, the most advanced ship ever created.
Judging by the trailer, this journey is neither a simple nor a straightforward one, with ship malfunctions and suspicions rising on what might be more malicious than accidental. We then get a creepy look at the remaining crew picking up the pieces as they try to work out what is inside the Nightflyer causing all this havoc. Psychological elements will play a big part in this as the team is on their own out in space in this ship. There are definitely going to be some major mysteries to unravel.
Not bad for our first extended look at Nightflyers. We look forward to learning more as we get closer to the show's fall release. We'll have all the latest updates here on Dead Entertainment.
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