A live-action adaptation of Y: The Last Man has been a long time coming. For 13 years, various studios have failed to bring Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s acclaimed graphic novel series to life.
Fans, then, could have been forgiven for thinking a movie or TV adaptation would never happen. But now, with the show having spent years in development hell, fans will finally see Vaughan and Guerra’s vision realized on the small screen.
Set in the aftermath of a catastrophic event that has wiped out every mammal with a Y chromosome, Y: The Last Man follows Yorick Brown (Ben Schnetzer), the last cisgender male human on Earth.
Accompanied by his pet capuchin monkey Ampersand, Yorick traverses a post-apocalyptic world with a predominantly female human population – led by Yorick’s mother and newly-appointed US President Jennifer Brown (Diane Lane) – that is struggling to restore society and deal ...
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