'Invasion': Binging on Apple TV+ show's first 3 episodes, viewers say 'it was wild'

The residents of earth are not alone anymore as dangerous creatures from space land on their home planet and pose a threat to them in 'Invasion' on Apple TV+


                            'Invasion': Binging on Apple TV+ show's first 3 episodes, viewers say 'it was wild'
Shamier Anderson as Trevante Ward in 'Invasion' (Apple TV+)

Apple TV+'s new original series is finally here and lovers of all things other-worldly and unknown can rejoice! 'Invasion' takes the tried and tested route of the alien genre where the residents of Earth see the unwanted and terrifying attack of creatures from the galaxy.

The Apple TV+ show will take us on a journey around our home planet as the supreme predators land amidst us. The hunters are now the prey as the creatures wreak havoc on earth leaving mankind struggling to survive. If you're a fan of aliens, this is the perfect show for you!. Read on to get a glimpse into what went down in the first three episodes and what fans thought of it.

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The first three episodes saw the introduction of the main characters from whose point of view the story unravels. We meet Sheriff John Bell Tyson (Sam Neil) in Idabel, Oklahoma, USA as he investigates a strange patch in a cornfield, which harbors something in its soil. Next, we saw Mitsuki Yamato (Shioli Kutsuna) in Tokyo, Japan who at JASA witnesses the loss of her lover, astronaut Hinata Murai (Rinko Kikuchi) as something unknown crashes into the shuttle in space, killing her. Also faced with baffling new conditions is Aneesha Malik (Golshifteh Farahani) and her family in Long Island, NY, USA. Casper Morrow (Billy Barratt) from London, England, UK is trapped in a ravine along with a few other students whose bus crashed as pieces of fiery metal fell from the sky causing the teacher to lose control over the vehicle.

Also having an encounter with the alien aircraft is Trevante Ward (Shamier Anderson), a US soldier stationed in the Kandahar Province in Afghanistan with his troop. In a horrifying incident, we see him lose the rest of his soldiers to a freak sand storm at the site of the ship after which he's left alone and wandering in the desert. The first three episodes of 'Invasion' unpacked a lot with fans who were eager to watch the sci-fi thriller binging the hour-long episodes.

Here's how fans reacted to the season premiere of the Apple TV + show. A fan commented, "Apple TV invasion first three episodes was pretty solid can’t wait to see more #Invasion #AppleTV ". Another viewer said, " Just binge watched the first 3 episodes of the new #AppleTV show, #Invasion. Wow. Hooked. I dunno if I can wait for the next episode. It was wild. In every way. Story, cinematography, acting, script .... C'mon #AppleTV Don't make us wait 7 weeks to see this out!". A user said, " @AppleTVgot another hit with #Invasion"

A viewer commented, "So far finished the first 2 episodes of #Invasion. Enjoying the mystery so far and the slow burn is just my speed! On to episode 3! @AppleTVPlus
@AppleTV#InvasionAppleTV #binge". A user said, "Done the first 3 episodes and I’m really enjoying #Invasion on #AppleTV". Another viewer commented, "Goodness @appletv. First #foundation now #Invasion. I. Am. Hooked. Compelling stories and such a fantastic, diverse cast. @[email protected]@[email protected]
I'm now a fan! Can't wait for the next eps to drop."



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

'Invasion' is now streaming on Apple TV +. The first three episodes are out with new episodes to follow weekly.

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