Intense Dr. Brain sci-fi K-drama hits Apple TV+ on Nov. 4

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NewsIntense ‘Dr. Brain’ sci-fi K-drama hits Apple TV+ on Nov. 4Dr. Brain risks madness to discover what killed his family.
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Dr. Brain will be the first Korean Apple Original when it launches on the Apple TV+ streaming service in early November. It tells the story of a scientist so desperate to find out how his family was killed that he’s willing to connect his brain to theirs to access their memories.

The trailer for the show gives a first look at how intense the six-episode series will be. Watch it now:

Dr. Brain will do anything to get the truth

Apple says, “Get ready for a mind-bending journey with a genius neuroscientist who navigates through other people’s memories in search of the truth.” When Sewon’s (Sun-kyun Lee) family dies in a mysterious accident, he goes to extraordinary lengths to solve the tragic mystery by conducting “brain syncs” with the dead to access their memories for clues.

Dr. Brain is written and directed by the visionary filmmaker Jee-Woon Kim (The Age of Shadows, A Bittersweet Life, A Tale of Two Sisters).

Based on the popular Korean webtoon of the same name by Hongjacga, it marks the first Korean-language series to debut on Apple TV+. It’s timed to coincide with the launch of the streaming service in South Korea.

The first episode of the sci-fi drama series is set to premiere globally on Thursday, November 4 (Wednesday, November 3 in the US). This will be followed by one new episode weekly through December 10, 2021.

Watching will require a $4.99-a-month subscription to Apple TV+. And that also brings access to other sci-fi series, like Isaac Asimov’s Foundation and Invasion. Plus there’s See starring Jason Momoa and Dave Bautista.

Source: Apple TV+

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