The I-Land Season 1: Netflix Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer

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If you’re a fan of Lost then the upcoming Netflix Original, The I-Land, should be right up your street. We have everything you need to know on The I-Land, including the Netflix release date, plot, cast and trailer.

The I-Land is an upcoming Netflix Original sci-fi thriller series created by Neil LaBute. LaBute is most famous for his work as the director and screenplay writer for The Wickerman (2006) starring Nicholas Cage. In recent years he is credited for the creation of the Van Helsing television series while also directing episodes of Hell on Wheels and Billions. Co-writer of the series is Lucy Teitler, who spent a brief amount of time on Mr. Robot as a writer.

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What is the plot of The I-Land?

With no memory of who they are or why they are there, 10 strangers wake up on a tropical island. All is not what it seems as they enter a deadly game of survival. The group must rise to the occasion and become their better selves or die as their worst ones.

Who is in the cast of The I-Land?

The following cast members have been confirmed to star in The I-Land:

Role Cast Member Where Have I Seen/Heard Them Before?
KC Kate Bosworth Superman Returns | 21 | Win a Date with Tad Hamilton
Chase Natalia Martinez Death Race | End of Watch | Self/less
Brody Alex Pettyfer I Am Number Four | Elvis & Nixon | Magic Mike
Moses Kyle Schmid Six | Copper | Being Human
Mason Gilles Geary The Path | Bad Education | Uncoupled
Carol Clara Wong Billions | Louie | The Eyes of My Mother
Hayden Michelle Veintimilla Gotham | Seven Seconds | Downward Dog
Taylor Kota Eberhardt X-Men: Dark Phoenix | The Persian Connection
Blair Sibylla Deen Tyrant | The Last Ship | Lies We Tell
Cooper Ronald Peet First Reformed | The Meyerowitz Stories | Blindspot
Donovon Anthony Lee Medina The First Purge | Flesh and Bone | The Carrie Diaries
Carter Keilyn Durrel Jones Time After Time | Jessica Jones | City on a Hill

When did filming take place?

There are conflicting reports on when filming took place the Original.

According to IMDb filming began on the 7th of January 2019.

Whereas the wiki page for the series claims filming took place between October to December 2018. The two sources for this claim fail to mention when filming was carried out, therefore, IMDb’s report that filming began in January is likely the truth.

Where did production take place?

We can definitely confirm that filming for the series took place in the Dominican Republic. Pinewood Studios has its own production studio in the country to which further filming took place there. The surge in productions taking place in the country has been credited for by the reduction of Tax.

Stills/Images for The I-Land

All images are courtesy of Netflix and Nomadic Pictures.

How many episodes will The I-Land air?

It has been confirmed that The I-Land will be arriving with only 7 episodes.

Will The I-Land be available to stream in 4K?

There’s no official confirmation at the time of writing, but it’s highly likely that The I-Land will be available to stream in 4K. This is because the previous two Originals produced by Nomadic Pictures, Wu Assassins and The Order, were shot in 4K.

Taking into consideration the cinematography that’s gone into the development of The I-Land it would be a waste not to.

Has Netflix released a trailer for The I-Land?

The trailer for The I-Land arrived on the 20th of August! From first impressions, it looks like Lost, Fyre Festival and the Hunger Games had a baby.

When is the release date for The I-Land?

The I-Land will be available to stream on Netflix on the 12th of September, 2019. Surprisingly, the series release date is on a Thursday rather than a Friday. The significance of this is because the titles Netflix tend to have the most confidence in usually arrive on a Friday.

Stranger Things season 3 is the only exception but the release was aimed at Independence Day in the U.S.

Will The I-land be available to stream in my region?

It has already been confirmed that The I-Land will be available to audiences worldwide.

What time will The I-Land arrive on Netflix?

The following table below are the times that The I-Land will be available to stream in the different regions across the world:

Time Zone Time available to stream
Pacific Standard Time 12:00 AM
Mountain Standard Time 1:00 AM
Central Standard Time 2:00 AM
Eastern Standard Time 3:00 AM
British Summer Time 8:00 AM
Central European Time 9:00 AM
Eastern European Time 10:00 AM
India Standard Time 12:30 PM
Japan Standard Time 16:00 PM
Australian Eastern Time 18:00 PM
New Zealand Day Light Time 20:00 PM

Netflix releases all of its latest titles from Midnight PST (Pacific Standard Time). This means for anyone living in regions the other side of the world have to wait until the evening before titles are available to stream.

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