‘Another Life’ Trailer and Poster: Katee Sackhoff Returns to the Sci-Fi Genre

Netflix’s upcoming sci-fi series Another Life is showing off a new trailer and poster in support of the series’ July 25, 2019 premiere. The series stars Katee Sackhoff, an actor familiar with space adventures courtesy of Battlestar Galactica.

In addition to Sackhoff, the cast includes Tyler Hoechlin (Teen Wolf), Justin Chatwin (Shameless), Samuel Anderson (Loaded), Elizabeth Faith Ludlow (The Walking Dead), and A. J. Rivera (Grandfathered). Alexander Eling (Shadowhunters: Mortal Instruments), Blu Hunt (The Originals), Alex Ozerov (The Americans), Jake Abel (Dirty John), JayR Tinaco (Rake), Jessica Camacho (The Flash), Barbara Williams (Mayans MC), Lina Renna (The 100), and Selma Blair (Hellboy) also star in the sci-fi series.

Creator/showrunner Aaron Martin (Slasher, Saving Hope, Degrassi: The Next Generation) and Noreen Halpern (Alias Grace, Rookie Blue) executive produce the 10 episode first season.

Another Life Poster
Poster for ‘Another Life’ (Photo Credit: Netflix)

The Season 1 Plot:

Another Life centers on astronaut Niko Breckinridge (Sackhoff) who is focused on searching for alien intelligence. She leads a crew on a mission to explore the genesis of an alien artifact. As Niko and her young crew investigate, they face unimaginable danger on what might very well be a one-way mission.

Tyler Hoechlin plays Ian Yerxa, the former commander of The Salvare space explorations ship, who loses the post to Niko. Justin Chatwin is Erik Wallace, part of the United States Interstellar Command, dedicated to finding intelligent life out in the universe and husband of Commander Niko Breckenridge.

Samuel Anderson tackles the role of William, a holographic interface of a sentient A.I. Neither a futuristic Tin Man, nor a robot who pines to be human, William is a new form of life with the knowledge of all humanity at his disposal. And Elizabeth Faith Ludlow plays Cas Isakovic, Niko’s second-in-command and staunchest ally, filled with courage and moral conviction.”