The series will have a total of 8 episodes, with the first two to be released on December 20, 2023
The teaser offers a glimpse into the world of Camp Half-Blood and the epic quest undertaken by the titular character, Percy.
The teaser opens with Percy (Walker Scobell), embarking on a field trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. But, his excursion takes a dramatic turn when his class chaperone, Mrs. Dodds, portrayed by Megan Mullally, transforms into a menacing Fury and attacks him.
Percy’s world is changed forever when his mother, Sally (Virginia Kull), reveals the existence of Greek mythology and discloses that her son is a demigod. Another shock awaits Percy as his friend Grover (Aryan Simhadri), enters the scene, revealing his goat legs as a satyr.
The teaser introduces us to Camp Half-Blood and its demigod inhabitants, along with Chiron (Glynn Turman), who serves as Percy’s guide.
Percy is thrust into a high-stakes adventure when he’s accused of stealing Zeus’s master bolt, voiced by the late Lance Reddick. To clear his name, he embarks on a quest with the help of Grover and fellow camper Annabeth Chase (Leah Sava Jeffries).
The trailer offers glimpses of their perilous journey, culminating in a face-off between Percy and the Minotaur. As they head to Camp Half-Blood, Percy, Sally, and Grover encounter danger in the form of a rain-soaked battle.
The premiere of the first two episodes of “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” will be on December 20, 2023. The next six episodes will be released every Wednesday thereafter.
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